I was invited by the homie GREESY to participate in this webisodes he’s producing called “TOP 5 DEAD OR ALIVE”. The premise is for two individuals are selected to debate their top 5 rappers/ emcees dead or alive of all time! I had no clue who I was going up against until I arrived to the set and I could not imagine competing against a more worthy opponent. Can’t wait to see how this joint turns out.
The 2 Hungry Bros are back to entertain everyone with another unique installment of rare Grooves and MCees. After earning praise for last year’s endeavor, “MY CREW’S ALL THINNER”, the AOK COLLECTIVE’s producers decide to share their wax with a fun twist yet again. “Back For Seconds” has been forged with the intent to promote their upcoming and “Modestly”-Anticipated album with 8thw1, NO ROOM FOR DESSERT. They’ve invited their mighty stable of artists with some new faces to rock over a clever selection of rare and unique Vinyl that only the 2 Hungry Bros could find. This time around, the Bros seamlessly place dope artists over a wider spectrum of music including House and Dance.
I was apart of the 2 Hungry Bros. “My Crews All Thinner” Project last year and despite being CRAZY busy was able to get to nyc and get something recorded for this new project as well.
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I first met Chief Jus when he was apart of the group The Architects along with Riff Raff in Atlanta’s Underground Hip Hop scene in the late 90′s. He was pretty much everywhere you could think off, battling cats, never scared to jump in a cipher and represent.
When I was 16 I was in a cipher at Fat Beats in ATL with Freestlye as well brothas from the Arsonists and Non Phixion. I was just there to spit rhymes, be seen and be heard, when the homie Freestyle hit me with the sneak attack. Caught blind-sided and not wanting to get my ass wopped by these older cats who I knew nothing about, I stumbled over a few bars trying to make a comeback.
Chief Justice seeing a young brotha was in trouble, jumped in the middle and came to my defense and starting letting cats have it, bar for bar. He didn’t have to look out at the time… but he Did.
So years later, this is my way of looking out. I want ya’ll to check the new video for Chief Justice, the song is called “Final Destination.” The beat is real soulful, and Jus spits some real life stuff over it.
Last week we gave you a heads up about the Squeeze Radio 7 Year Anniversary show on WKCR with Sucio Smash and a WHOLE bunch of guests.
Here’s some video footage of Homeboy Sandman kicking raps next to Pharoahe Monch, Rock, and Steele (Smif N Wessun).
Homeboy Sandman, General Steele, Rock and Pharoahe Monch at Squeeze Radio’s 7th Anniversary show on WKCR, hosted by Sucio Smash. In the background you might also notice Illmind, Mr. Len, Jean Grae and DJ Ment Plus.