OFFICIAL WEBSITE – http://www.phearnone.com
LOCATION– Brooklyn, NY
PROFESSION – Violinist / Producer
OFFICIAL WEBSITE – http://www.lostralian.com
LOCATION –Adelaide, (South Australia)
PROFESSION – Mc & Producer
BIO –Delta is a living hip hop legend. Known globally for his razor-sharp rhymes, allegiance to hip hop culture and perfectionism, Delta has been honing his craft for over 20 years.
Delta The Lostralian lives a unique life. The man has travelled the world off the strength of making music with heart, integrity, and intelligence. On the other side of this existence, he is also known to demolish any MC that has challenged him to battle, and has what is undeniably one of the world’s largest vinyl collections.
Just Blaze sits down with Vlad Tv and speaks on working on music with J electronica over the years and also touches on album update.
Dj Statik Selektah, Record Producer, Radio Personality shade 45, Founder of Showoff records continues to make classic hip hop albums year after year collaborating with some of Hip Hop’s best Mc’s in the game. When you combine great lyricist with great production its a recipe for masterpieces. Statik’s discography is the blueprint to hip hop music. Statik was recently quoted saying this after hearing Funk flex drops bombs & premier his new single on NYC’S Hot 97 radio show.
20 years ago I heard Funk Flex live on Hot 97 and decided that’s what I wanted to do with my life. Dj Funk Flex from Hot 97 played my new single“Beautiful Life” featuring Joey Bada$$ and Action Bronson for 15 minutes straight the other day and said this about me “if Dr Dre & Dj Premier had a brother it would be Dj Statik Selektah “. Truly blessed and humbled. It’s a “Beautiful Life”. Indeed.
Catch DJ Statik Selektah every Thursday Night on Eminem’s Shade 45 Sirius/XM Satellite Radio Station as well as FM stations across the globe.www.showoffhiphop.com
Preorder Lucky 7 now by Statik Selektah. Thank you to all for an amazing 7 album journey. https://itun.es/us/9vsR7
Check out the official tracklist and listen to “Beautiful Life” featuring Joey Bada$$ and Action Bronson below.
Lucky 7 Tracklisting
1. Intro ft. Hannibal Buress
2. Another Level ft. Rapsody
3. Beautiful Life ft. Action Bronson & Joey Bada$$
4. Hood Boogers ft Your Old Droog & Chauncy Sherod
5. The Locker Room ft. Dave East
6. In The Wind ft. Joey Bada$$, Big K.R.I.T. & Chauncy Sherod
7. Crystal Clear ft. Royce Da 5’9”
8. How You Feel ft. Mick Jenkins
9. Murder Game ft. Smif N Wessun, Young M.A & Buckshot
10. Gentlemen ft. Illa Ghee, Sean Price & Fame of M.O.P.
11. Bodega! Ft. Bodega Bamz
12. The Trophy Room ft. Skyzoo, Ea$y Money, Domo Genesis & Masspike Miles
13. Sucker Free ft. JFK
14. Wall Flowers ft Your Old Droog, Termanology, & Lord Sear
15. Top Tier ft. Sean Price, Bun B, & Styles P
16. Silver Lining ft. ASAP Twelvyy, Kirk Knight, & Chauncy Sherod
17. Cold ft. Wais P & Jared Evan
18. All You Need ft. Action Bronson, Ab-Soul, & Elle Varner
19. Scratch Off ft. CJ Fly, Talib Kweli & Cane
20. Alone ft. Joey Bada$$
21. Harley’s Blues
Hip hop producer Statik Selektah has announced the release of his 7th studio album called Lucky 7 which will hit stores July 7th via Duck Down Music.
Following up his last incredible album #what goes around , which was classic Hip hop material , Statik Selektah continues to set the bar high album after album from production to features , his style is unique. Statik is a true school Hip hop DJ from the vinyl era & he is considered 1 of the best Hip hop producers in the game today.
Support real hip hop Artist & Producers , if your are a real Hip hop fan you should buy his entire collection , its a blueprint to the game. Go to : www.showoffhiphop.com
You can also tune in every thursday night from 8 to 12mid Sirius Satellite radio shade 45 to hear Statik Selektah’s Show off radio show 1 of the best Hip hop shows on the planet.
Hip Hop Producer Alchemist spoke with VladTV about the track that made him fall in love with Hip Hop.
Ignoring the coastal feuds that dominated hip-hop for most of the ’90s, the Alchemist (born Alan Maman) began his career in L.A. (he grew up in affluent Beverly Hills) and ended up in New York City. As a teenager, as part of the duo the Whooliganz (with Scott Caan, son of James) and the greater rap collective the Soul Assassins (with Cypress Hill, House of Pain, etc.), he released the single “Put Your Handz Up” on Tommy Boy in 1993, though the Whooliganz’ debut full-length, Make Way for the W, was eventually shelved. The Alchemist continued making beats, however, working with and learning from DJ Muggs on 1995’s Cypress Hill III: Temples of Boom as well as with childhood friend Evidence of Dilated Peoples.
After moving to New York to attend college, Al hooked up with Queensbridge duo Mobb Deep, producing the songs “The Realest” and “Thug Music” from their 1999 record Murda Muzik, a collaboration that led to work with Pharoahe Monch, Royce da 5’9″, Fat Joe, Defari, Freddy Foxxx, Ludacris, Big Daddy Kane, and Ghostface Killah, and even rock acts like Linkin Park and Morcheeba. In 2004, the Alchemist released his first solo full-length, 1st Infantry, which, besides featuring his own beats, also had him rapping alongside Stat Quo, the Game, Lloyd Banks, Mobb Deep, and Dilated Peoples, among others, and in 2005, after Eminem’s DJ Green Lantern left the Anger Management 3 tour, the Detroit rapper hired Al as his replacement.
In 2006, the Alchemist showcased his work with a pair of mixtapes of previously released and unreleased material, The Chemistry Files and No Days Off. After releasing the instrumental collection Rapper’s Best Friend in 2007, 2009’s Chemical Warfare featured Eminem, Juvenile, Dilated Peoples, and the Lady of Rage. The year 2012 found him releasing Vol. 2 of Rapper’s Best Friend along with Vodka & Ayahuasca, a collaborative album with producer/rapper Oh No recorded under the name Gangrene, and Russian Roulette, an album built by sampling Russian music. A year later he worked with Prodigy on the album Albert Einstein, while 2015 saw him collaborate with Oh No on Welcome to Los Santos, a collection inspired by the virtual radio stations found in the video game Grand Theft Auto V. ~ Marisa Brown, Rovi
The year 2014 could prove a very nostalgic one for Pete Rock and his fans.
The Mount Vernon, New York native will see the Pete Rock & CL Smooth album, The Main Ingredient, celebrate its 20-year anniversary. Additionally, Nas’ debut album, Illmatic—which boasts the Pete Rock-produced “The World Is Yours”—will also see a twentieth anniversary.
During an recent interview with HipHopDX, Pete Rock explains why he thinks Illmatic has maintained its appeal after almost 20 years.
“At that time and that point in your career, your adrenaline is flowing so much that everything you do comes out great,” Pete Rock says. “You don’t realize it until you come back to the whole thing. When I listened to the whole album, I said, ‘Wow. This kid is definitely the future, and he’s gonna be a force.’”
These days, Pete Rock is keeping busy with a handful of projects. He’s working on an upcoming De La Soul EP and announced new installments of a pair of his earlier solo projects.
“I’m working on my new album, Soul Survivor 3,” Pete Rock said. “I’ve got my new website, PeteRock.com, out there, and I’m pushing merchandise on there. You can buy T-shirts, download free music and so forth. Soul Brother University is coming soon, as well as PeteStrumentals 2. I’m working with Skyzoo and Torae, and I’m also working with De La Soul on an EP. I’m still being me.”
Statik pulls together a bunch of exclusives for his new compilation with AWOL. The first taste with 1982 and Josh Xantus “Dear Money” was a good indicator of the dopeness on this one.
Track list :
Budgie f. Action Bronson & A$ton Mathews “With My Soul”
Curt@!n$ f. ScHoolboy Q “Ruthle$$”
Sean C & LV f. Raekwon “Break Fruit”
Retchy P f. Ab Soul “Short”
Three “Dear Dre”
1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology) “Dear Money”
Pro Era “Sol Luna”
Joey Bada$$ “Two Lips”
The LOX “Boom Bap”
Sean C & LV f. Busta Rhymes “ Bus Stop
JFK & Wais P “Ride Like this”
Ea$Y Money f. Ransom “Masterpiece Theatre”
Michael Chrismas Exclusive
Vic Mensa “Orange SodA”
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib “Shame”
Faze f. Ea$y Money “The Glory”
The LoX “New York City”
Jay Electronica f. Jay-Z “We Made It”
Big K.R.I.T, f. ASAP Ferg “ Lac Lac”