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Blacastan & Stu Bangas - The Uncanny Adventures Of Watson & Holmes
Blacastan & Stu Bangas
The Uncanny Adventures Of Watson & Holmes
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Brick)
22,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Official Army Of The Pharaohs and Demigodz emcee Blacastan has been steadily staking his claim to the title of ‘savior of underground rap music’ since his debut mixtape Me Against The Radio and its key cut and video "Life Of A Tape" became an underground cult classic in 2007. The rapper turned his attention to the mic after the Hartford, CT street life, and his strong-arm style of handling business, left a then 16-year-old Blacastan serving a bid in the mid-'90s. He emerged from prison with a remarkable skill set, a throwback style, and an unrivaled drive.His 2010 debut album Blac Sabbath boasted production & vocals from the likes of Statik Selektah, Blue Sky Black Death, Mr. Green, Esoteric and Celph Titled, and 2012’s The Master Builder Part II, which was mixed by legendary DJ Doo Wop, had features from Slaine and Reef the Lost Cauze, among others. He has since also racked up appearances on Jedi Mind Tricks Violence Begets Violence, the Army of The Pharaohs albums In Death Reborn and Heavy Lies The Crown, the Demigodz Killmatic album, Apathy’s Wanna Snuggle?, Mr Lif’s Don’t Look Down and Czarface’s A Fistful of Peril, plus toured extensively across Europe, North America, and Australia with Celph Titled and Block McCloud.2014 saw Blac teaming up with producer and longtime AOTP and Demigodz collaborator Stu Bangas for the first installment of Watson & Holmes, which featured Esoteric, Apathy, Celph Titled and Vinnie Paz. Stu has been in the trenches since the early 2000s, producing heatrocks for Slaine, Esoteric, Tragedy Khadafi, Heltah Skeltah, Jedi Mind Tricks, Vinnie Paz, Blaq Poet, Copywrite, Chino XL, Cappadonna, AOTP and Sean Price, including the lead single “Definition of God” from Sean Price's upcoming posthumous album Imperius Rex.The duo is back with The Uncanny Adventures of Watson & Holmes, a sophomore effort that improves on the first in every way. Stu gets completely brutal with the beats, and Blac ups the ante on the rhymes. Plus, they’ve enlisted Ill Bill (Non-Phixion, LaCoka Nostra), Nutso, Apathy (Demigodz, AOTP) 7L & Esoteric (AOTP, Czarface), and Tragedy Khadafi to lend their talents to the project.
Reks - Greatest X
Reks
Greatest X
2LP | 2016 | US | Original (Brick)
26,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
"The Greatest X” features appearances and productions from Statik Selektah, Alchemist, Large Professor, Evidence, Nottz, Black Milk, Apollo Brown, Buckwild, Planet Asia, Guilty Simpson, Streetrunner and more. To say Reks took the underground Rap scene by Storm would be an understatement. As over the course of his first decade on the scene se was the definition of consistent. Unleashing three consecutive albums that firmly established him as one of Hip-Hop’s most revered new artists: “Along Came The Chosen”, “Grey Hairs” (primarily produced by Statik Selektah with additional production from DJ Premier & Large Professor), “Rhythmatic Eternal KingSupreme” (which debuted on the Billboard Charts and included production from StatikSelektah, DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Hi-Tek, Nottz, Sha Money Xl & Sean C & Lv). Rather than resting on his laurels, Reks choose to take his artistic direction and vision in another direction, devoting his time and energy to embark on a new mission working on passion projects. All of which foreshadowed many of the societal ails that we as a country and now fully embroiled in. While Reks’ “The Greatest X” (pronounced as “The Greatest Unknown”) is not a comeback album. It is a return to force for the Boston wordsmith. As he did on his previous stand-out efforts, Reks is back working with the industries elite producers. As he sets out to take the next step in his progression. Reks has already set things in motion with the release of videos for the Streetrunner produced “Hands Up” (Wink Wink), the Nottz produced “The Recipe,” “Jump Shots” (Produced By Buckwild) and “B*Tch Slap” featuring R.A. The Rugged Man, which have all been favorably received.
Czarface (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric) - Czarface Black Vinyl Edition
Czarface (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric)
Czarface Black Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2013 | US | Original (Brick)
25,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
In music, timing is everything. When soon-to-be-renowned Boston hip-hop duo 7L & Esoteric collaborated with the Wu-Tang Clan's Inspectah Deck on the title track to 7L&E’s debut EP "Speaking Real Words" in 1999, the timing was perfect. The upstart duo was building a serious buzz on the East Coast and beyond, while Deck was still winning praise for his gold-selling solo disc "Uncontrolled Substance". As flashy pop-oriented rap was pumped on commercial radio stations, their natural chemistry and simpatico skills shone as a beacon to real hip-hop fans, a base of listeners who were soon asking about their next musical summit.14 years later, the hunger for sharp lyrics and head-snapping beats hasn't dissipated. In the face of the ever-worsening status quo of watered-down and vapid radio rap songs, the call for something real has only gotten stronger, and once again the time is right for a call to action – for someone or something to come in and send wack rappers running for the hills in fear. Enter "Czarface", the upcoming, uncompromising full-length album from Inspectah Deck and 7L & Esoteric.Not surprising, respect for real hip-hop runs deep, and "Czarface" brings an army with it — consider the star-studded guest list which includes Roc Marciano, Action Bronson, Vinnie Paz (Jedi Mind Tricks,) Oh No (Gangrene,) Mr. MFN eXquire and Deck's fellow Wu-Tang Clansmen Ghostface Killah and Cappadonna. Aside from one track blessed by the almighty DJ Premier, production on "Czarface" belongs exclusively to DJ 7L, who provides the musical backbone which holds the album together. His ability to craft a hip-hop sound that's current and exciting with a classic feel left Deck impressed: “This is one of the first albums I've heard in a while that gives you so many different feels. You hear the ‘80s hip-hop style, ‘80s R&B and rock combined with what's going on now. That’s creating something new, in my opinion.”
Termanology - More Politics
Termanology
More Politics
Tape | 2016 | US | Original (Brick)
7,99 €* 15,99 € -50%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
A lot has changed since Termanology released his debut, but in hip-hop, just as in life, everything comes full-circle. He’s back with “More Politics”, which, similar to his debut, brings together the elite of the elite in beat smiths, as Just Blaze (Jay-Z, Beyonce, Eminem), Q-Tip (A Tribe Called Quest), Buckwild (DITC), Hi-Tek, Nottz, Dame Grease (Nas, Fat Joe, DMX, Kelis, MGK, LL Cool J, T.I.), and the Grammy Award winning J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League (Rick Ross, Mary J Blige, Wale, Drake, Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, Tech N9ne, Chance the Rapper, 2 Chainz), plus his brother from another mother Statik Selektah, all contribute production. Not only does the production mark Term’s current focus on creating top-tier songs, but he also enlisted the best-of-the-best to bless the mic on ‘More Politics’, including Joey Bada$$ (Pro Era), KXNG Crooked (Slaughterhouse), Bun B (UGK), Sheek Louch & Styles P (The Lox), Saigon, Westside Gunn, Ea$y Money, Conway, Chris Rivers, Your Old Droog and others. With politics as unpredictable as ever, real rap fans can be reassured that Termanology will hold them down this Election Season with “More Politics”.
Czarface (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric) - Every Hero Needs A Villain Black Vinyl Edition
Czarface (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric)
Every Hero Needs A Villain Black Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2015 | US | Original (Brick)
26,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Czarface, Wu-Tang founding MC Inspectah Deck and veteran Boston duo 7L & Esoteric, isn’t concerned with the glitz and the B.S. that modern consumer culture is pushing. And neither are the group’s fans.In 2013, the trio appeared relatively unassumingly with their self-titled debut, which was chiefly produced by DJ 7L and included guests ranging from Ghostface Killah and Cappadonna to Vinnie Paz, Action Bronson and Roc Marciano. The soon-to-be acclaimed group found out quickly that there was a groundswell of hip-hop fanatics thirsting for the lunchpail, lyrics-above-all-else rap they fell in love with in the ‘90s. Several pressings of the album on CD, 2-LP and even cassette later, they are back and ready to up the ante.This time around the group is the same, but it’s fair to say that all three men have stepped up their game. “We knew how we felt about the last album, but weren’t sure how it would be received by listeners,” explains MC Esoteric. “But people really responded to it, even more than we had hoped. That gave us the confidence to really spread our wings and let loose on this one. The chemistry is even tighter this time around. We know exactly what lanes we are cruising in and what weight class we are fighting in for Round 2.”Inspectah Deck adds, “Czarface is like the Danger Room for the X-Men, I can use all my weapons on there. When I’m in Wu-Tang, I have to come a certain way because we have a certain style of fan, when I’m here doing the Czarface projects, it allows me to actually be an MC, it allows me to actually just spit…I love that. I love when i can just spit freely and just be an MC.”The fighting analogy – whether drawn from pugilism or ‘80s wrestling, both which figure into Every Hero Needs A Villain – is an apt one, considering the unrelenting lyrical attacks that Deck and Esoteric unleash on track after track, each trying to one-up the previous verse. Best of all, it is friendly camaraderie, based around a loose theme of renegade mutant MC talents running wild. DJ 7L explains, “All three of us are influenced by comics, sci-fi movies, TV, wrestling. Czarface encompasses all of that, and it helps with the visuals as well.”On the production side, 7L shows yet again – as he did with the group’s debut – that he remains a formidable yet underappreciated musical force, constantly providing hard, funky and alternatingly ominous backdrops for the assembled MCs to use as lyrical luge paths.
Czarface (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric) - Ka-Bang! Feat. MF Doom Picture Disc
Czarface (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric)
Ka-Bang! Feat. MF Doom Picture Disc
10" | 2015 | US | Original (Brick)
19,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
"It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s CZARFACE & MF DOOM! Who better to team-up with the boom-bap hero de jour CZARFACE, but the super-villain himself...the masked man known as MF DOOM! “Ka-Bang!” accomplishes just that, and is taken from the bestselling ‘Every Hero Needs A Villain’, the sophomore album from CZARFACE, the collaborative stylings of Wu Tang Clan’s Inspectah Deck and indy rap vets 7L & Esoteric. On it, the three MCs assemble for some clobberin’ time over a hypnotically sparse and bass heavy track from DJ 7L. The picture disc 10” also contains the lyrical krypton of “Deviatin’ Septums” (only available digitally until now), plus the mighty “Ka-Bang! (Suckface’sSwine Mix)”, which is exclusive to this release! The B-Side features Instrumental versions to all three tracks. All of it is pressed on high quality 10” picture disc vinyl featuring the amazing comic-book-inspired art work of L’Amour Supreme of Mishka NYC fame. Side A depicts CZARFACE tangling with MF DOOM, and Side B has CZARFACE exposing his inner workings. With great power comes great responsibility! CZARFACE embraces that head on, and crusades against wack MCs across the universe!
Reks - Say Goodnight
Reks
Say Goodnight
12" | 2008 | US | Original (Brick)
12,99 €*
Release:2008 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Showoff and Brick Records have done it again, teaming a Lawrence, MA fire-spitter with the legendary talents of super producer DJ Premier. First it was Termanology and Preem getting together on the now-classic singles “Watch How It Go Down” and “So Amazing” and now it’s Reks’ turn to make another Premier-laced anthem with “Say Goodnight.” And it does anything but disappoint with a B-Side that ain’t no joke with DJ/producer Statik Selektah remixing Reks “Big Dreamers” which appeared on Statik’s own critically acclaimed Spell My Name Right: The Album. This time around, on the Lawtown Remix, Lawrence rhyme sayers Termanology and Krumb Snatcha make an appearance for this dedication to the late, great MC Scientifik. And the bonus cut, “Pray For Me,” is a relentless rant that takes aim at the entire industry, a song not to be missed.
Main Flow - Loving the game feat. Planet Asia
Insight - Updated software V.2.5 Instrumentals
Blacastan & Stu Bangas - The Uncanny Adventures Of Watson & Holmes
Blacastan & Stu Bangas
The Uncanny Adventures Of Watson & Holmes
CD | 2017 | US | Original (Brick)
16,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Official Army Of The Pharaohs and Demigodz emcee Blacastan has been steadily staking his claim to the title of ‘savior of underground rap music’ since his debut mixtape Me Against The Radio and its key cut and video "Life Of A Tape" became an underground cult classic in 2007. The rapper turned his attention to the mic after the Hartford, CT street life, and his strong-arm style of handling business, left a then 16-year-old Blacastan serving a bid in the mid-'90s. He emerged from prison with a remarkable skill set, a throwback style, and an unrivaled drive.His 2010 debut album Blac Sabbath boasted production & vocals from the likes of Statik Selektah, Blue Sky Black Death, Mr. Green, Esoteric and Celph Titled, and 2012’s The Master Builder Part II, which was mixed by legendary DJ Doo Wop, had features from Slaine and Reef the Lost Cauze, among others. He has since also racked up appearances on Jedi Mind Tricks Violence Begets Violence, the Army of The Pharaohs albums In Death Reborn and Heavy Lies The Crown, the Demigodz Killmatic album, Apathy’s Wanna Snuggle?, Mr Lif’s Don’t Look Down and Czarface’s A Fistful of Peril, plus toured extensively across Europe, North America, and Australia with Celph Titled and Block McCloud.2014 saw Blac teaming up with producer and longtime AOTP and Demigodz collaborator Stu Bangas for the first installment of Watson & Holmes, which featured Esoteric, Apathy, Celph Titled and Vinnie Paz. Stu has been in the trenches since the early 2000s, producing heatrocks for Slaine, Esoteric, Tragedy Khadafi, Heltah Skeltah, Jedi Mind Tricks, Vinnie Paz, Blaq Poet, Copywrite, Chino XL, Cappadonna, AOTP and Sean Price, including the lead single “Definition of God” from Sean Price's upcoming posthumous album Imperius Rex.The duo is back with The Uncanny Adventures of Watson & Holmes, a sophomore effort that improves on the first in every way. Stu gets completely brutal with the beats, and Blac ups the ante on the rhymes. Plus, they’ve enlisted Ill Bill (Non-Phixion, LaCoka Nostra), Nutso, Apathy (Demigodz, AOTP) 7L & Esoteric (AOTP, Czarface), and Tragedy Khadafi to lend their talents to the project.
Termanology - More Politics
Termanology
More Politics
CD | 2016 | US | Original (Brick)
10,79 €* 17,99 € -40%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
A lot has changed since Termanology released his debut, but in hip-hop, just as in life, everything comes full-circle. He’s back with “More Politics”, which, similar to his debut, brings together the elite of the elite in beat smiths, as Just Blaze (Jay-Z, Beyonce, Eminem), Q-Tip (A Tribe Called Quest), Buckwild (DITC), Hi-Tek, Nottz, Dame Grease (Nas, Fat Joe, DMX, Kelis, MGK, LL Cool J, T.I.), and the Grammy Award winning J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League (Rick Ross, Mary J Blige, Wale, Drake, Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, Tech N9ne, Chance the Rapper, 2 Chainz), plus his brother from another mother Statik Selektah, all contribute production. Not only does the production mark Term’s current focus on creating top-tier songs, but he also enlisted the best-of-the-best to bless the mic on ‘More Politics’, including Joey Bada$$ (Pro Era), KXNG Crooked (Slaughterhouse), Bun B (UGK), Sheek Louch & Styles P (The Lox), Saigon, Westside Gunn, Ea$y Money, Conway, Chris Rivers, Your Old Droog and others. With politics as unpredictable as ever, real rap fans can be reassured that Termanology will hold them down this Election Season with “More Politics”.
John Robinson & PVD (Pat Van Dyke) - Modern Vintage
John Robinson & PVD (Pat Van Dyke)
Modern Vintage
CD | 2014 | US | Original (Brick)
12,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
"Modern Vintage" is the new collaboration album from veteran emcee John Robinson (aka Lil Sci of world renown Hip-Hop group Scienz Of Life) and prolific drummer, composer, producer and band-leader Pat Van Dkye (aka PVD). John Robinson and PVD originally met at a show in 2008 and since then their chemistry has grown organically and has developed into the duo performingmany formal shows together at venues like SOB’s, Blue Note NYC, LPR and others around the NY-NJ Tristate area.16 tracks feat. Sadat X, El Da Sensei, Shabaam Sahdeeq, ID 4 Windz and others!
Kaze & 9th Wonder - Spirit of 94
Main Flow And 7L - Forever feat. Cormega
Insight - Spilled acid productions
Raydar Ellis - Graffiti Rock
Raydar Ellis
Graffiti Rock
12" | 2006 | US | Original (Brick)
8,99 €*
Release:2006 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
/ Shut Shit Down feat. Esoteric & Edo G / 7L Remix
King Syze - Spittin heavy
Main Flow & 7L - Where I'm From
Kaze & 9th Wonder - Last laugh
Kaze & 9th Wonder
Last laugh
12" | 2005 | US | Original (Brick)
7,99 €*
Release:2005 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
/ Locked In Chains, produced by Khrysis / Blood Thicker Than Oil, produced by DJ Rhettmatic
Reks - Greatest X
Reks
Greatest X
2CD | 2016 | US | Original (Brick)
16,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
"The Greatest X” features appearances and productions from Statik Selektah, Alchemist, Large Professor, Evidence, Nottz, Black Milk, Apollo Brown, Buckwild, Planet Asia, Guilty Simpson, Streetrunner and more. To say Reks took the underground Rap scene by Storm would be an understatement. As over the course of his first decade on the scene se was the definition of consistent. Unleashing three consecutive albums that firmly established him as one of Hip-Hop’s most revered new artists: “Along Came The Chosen”, “Grey Hairs” (primarily produced by Statik Selektah with additional production from DJ Premier & Large Professor), “Rhythmatic Eternal KingSupreme” (which debuted on the Billboard Charts and included production from StatikSelektah, DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Hi-Tek, Nottz, Sha Money Xl & Sean C & Lv). Rather than resting on his laurels, Reks choose to take his artistic direction and vision in another direction, devoting his time and energy to embark on a new mission working on passion projects. All of which foreshadowed many of the societal ails that we as a country and now fully embroiled in. While Reks’ “The Greatest X” (pronounced as “The Greatest Unknown”) is not a comeback album. It is a return to force for the Boston wordsmith. As he did on his previous stand-out efforts, Reks is back working with the industries elite producers. As he sets out to take the next step in his progression. Reks has already set things in motion with the release of videos for the Streetrunner produced “Hands Up” (Wink Wink), the Nottz produced “The Recipe,” “Jump Shots” (Produced By Buckwild) and “B*Tch Slap” featuring R.A. The Rugged Man, which have all been favorably received.
D-Tension - You're A Bitch Too feat. Slug of Atmosphere
D-Tension
You're A Bitch Too feat. Slug of Atmosphere
12" | 2005 | US | Original (Brick)
8,09 €* 8,99 € -10%
Release:2005 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
/ This Is Our Year Feat. Prospect of Terror Squad & Termanology / Confused & Armused
Czarface (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric) - Every Hero Needs A Villain
Czarface (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric)
Every Hero Needs A Villain
Tape | 2015 | US | Original (Brick)
14,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Czarface, Wu-Tang founding MC Inspectah Deck and veteran Boston duo 7L & Esoteric, isn’t concerned with the glitz and the B.S. that modern consumer culture is pushing. And neither are the group’s fans.In 2013, the trio appeared relatively unassumingly with their self-titled debut, which was chiefly produced by DJ 7L and included guests ranging from Ghostface Killah and Cappadonna to Vinnie Paz, Action Bronson and Roc Marciano. The soon-to-be acclaimed group found out quickly that there was a groundswell of hip-hop fanatics thirsting for the lunchpail, lyrics-above-all-else rap they fell in love with in the ‘90s. Several pressings of the album on CD, 2-LP and even cassette later, they are back and ready to up the ante.This time around the group is the same, but it’s fair to say that all three men have stepped up their game. “We knew how we felt about the last album, but weren’t sure how it would be received by listeners,” explains MC Esoteric. “But people really responded to it, even more than we had hoped. That gave us the confidence to really spread our wings and let loose on this one. The chemistry is even tighter this time around. We know exactly what lanes we are cruising in and what weight class we are fighting in for Round 2.”Inspectah Deck adds, “Czarface is like the Danger Room for the X-Men, I can use all my weapons on there. When I’m in Wu-Tang, I have to come a certain way because we have a certain style of fan, when I’m here doing the Czarface projects, it allows me to actually be an MC, it allows me to actually just spit…I love that. I love when i can just spit freely and just be an MC.”The fighting analogy – whether drawn from pugilism or ‘80s wrestling, both which figure into Every Hero Needs A Villain – is an apt one, considering the unrelenting lyrical attacks that Deck and Esoteric unleash on track after track, each trying to one-up the previous verse. Best of all, it is friendly camaraderie, based around a loose theme of renegade mutant MC talents running wild. DJ 7L explains, “All three of us are influenced by comics, sci-fi movies, TV, wrestling. Czarface encompasses all of that, and it helps with the visuals as well.”On the production side, 7L shows yet again – as he did with the group’s debut – that he remains a formidable yet underappreciated musical force, constantly providing hard, funky and alternatingly ominous backdrops for the assembled MCs to use as lyrical luge paths.
Czarface (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric) - Every Hero Needs A Villain
Czarface (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric)
Every Hero Needs A Villain
CD | 2015 | US | Original (Brick)
19,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Czarface, Wu-Tang founding MC Inspectah Deck and veteran Boston duo 7L & Esoteric, isn’t concerned with the glitz and the B.S. that modern consumer culture is pushing. And neither are the group’s fans.In 2013, the trio appeared relatively unassumingly with their self-titled debut, which was chiefly produced by DJ 7L and included guests ranging from Ghostface Killah and Cappadonna to Vinnie Paz, Action Bronson and Roc Marciano. The soon-to-be acclaimed group found out quickly that there was a groundswell of hip-hop fanatics thirsting for the lunchpail, lyrics-above-all-else rap they fell in love with in the ‘90s. Several pressings of the album on CD, 2-LP and even cassette later, they are back and ready to up the ante.This time around the group is the same, but it’s fair to say that all three men have stepped up their game. “We knew how we felt about the last album, but weren’t sure how it would be received by listeners,” explains MC Esoteric. “But people really responded to it, even more than we had hoped. That gave us the confidence to really spread our wings and let loose on this one. The chemistry is even tighter this time around. We know exactly what lanes we are cruising in and what weight class we are fighting in for Round 2.”Inspectah Deck adds, “Czarface is like the Danger Room for the X-Men, I can use all my weapons on there. When I’m in Wu-Tang, I have to come a certain way because we have a certain style of fan, when I’m here doing the Czarface projects, it allows me to actually be an MC, it allows me to actually just spit…I love that. I love when i can just spit freely and just be an MC.”The fighting analogy – whether drawn from pugilism or ‘80s wrestling, both which figure into Every Hero Needs A Villain – is an apt one, considering the unrelenting lyrical attacks that Deck and Esoteric unleash on track after track, each trying to one-up the previous verse. Best of all, it is friendly camaraderie, based around a loose theme of renegade mutant MC talents running wild. DJ 7L explains, “All three of us are influenced by comics, sci-fi movies, TV, wrestling. Czarface encompasses all of that, and it helps with the visuals as well.”On the production side, 7L shows yet again – as he did with the group’s debut – that he remains a formidable yet underappreciated musical force, constantly providing hard, funky and alternatingly ominous backdrops for the assembled MCs to use as lyrical luge paths.
Mega Ran & Storyville - React
Mega Ran & Storyville
React
7" | 2015 | US | Original (Brick)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
The first single of the Mega Ran & Storryville ‘Soul Veggies’ project, "React" is the Soul Veggies’ tribute to jazzy B-Boy anthems like "Don't Sweat The Technique," with a slick 2015 twist.
Big Shug - Triple OGzus
Big Shug
Triple OGzus
CD | 2015 | US | Original (Brick)
10,19 €* 16,99 € -40%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Features guest appearances and production from DJ Premier, Termanology, Reks, MoSS, Singapore Kane, Reel Drama, Kid Called Quest and more.
Mega Ran & Storyville - Soul Veggies
Termanology - Shut Up And Rap
Termanology
Shut Up And Rap
CD | 2014 | US | Original (Brick)
15,29 €* 16,99 € -10%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Features Inspectah Deck, Skyzoo, Torae, Reks, Slaine, Lil Fame of M.O.P., Wais P, Dutch ReBelle, Chilla Jones, DJ Doo Wop, Chris Rivers, Willie The Kid, The Alchemist & Statik Selektah Production by Billy Loman, The Alchemist & Statik Selektah and more…
7L & Esoteric - Herb
7L & Esoteric
Herb
12" | US | Original (Brick)
8,99 €*
Release:US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
/ Rules Of Engagement Feat. J-live & Count Bass D / Spilt Personality
Reks & Hazardis Soundz - Eyes Watching God
Reks & Hazardis Soundz
Eyes Watching God
CD | 2014 | US | Original (Brick)
18,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
17 tracks feat. Termanology, Fredro Starr, Ruste Juxx, Saigon, NORE and more!
John Robinson & PVD (Pat Van Dyke) - Modern Vintage
John Robinson & PVD (Pat Van Dyke)
Modern Vintage
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Brick)
23,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
"Modern Vintage" is the new collaboration album from veteran emcee John Robinson (aka Lil Sci of world renown Hip-Hop group Scienz Of Life) and prolific drummer, composer, producer and band-leader Pat Van Dkye (aka PVD). John Robinson and PVD originally met at a show in 2008 and since then their chemistry has grown organically and has developed into the duo performingmany formal shows together at venues like SOB’s, Blue Note NYC, LPR and others around the NY-NJ Tristate area.16 tracks feat. Sadat X, El Da Sensei, Shabaam Sahdeeq, ID 4 Windz and others!
Statik Selektah & Ransom - The Proposal
Statik Selektah & Ransom
The Proposal
CD | 2013 | US | Original (Brick)
15,19 €* 18,99 € -20%
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Jersey City rapper Ransom was originally born in Brooklyn, NY in September 1980. His father's slaying and mother's serious illness forced Ransom to stay in foster care a few years, but he and his mother eventually relocated to Jersey City when he was about eight years old. A lifestyle of selling drugs, which landed him in and out of jail as a teen, ensued; however, the young rapper wanted out. In 2000, he and his friends put up money to buy a recording studio, which initiated his rap career under the moniker Ransom. Not long afterwards, he teamed up with fellow rapper Hitchcock to form the A-Team. Known for their Hardhood Classics street albums, the two became staples on the mixtape circuit in New Jersey, but barely dented the scene in neighboring New York. After a deal with Def Jam didn't pan out, the two went their separate ways around 2006. Ransom did not lose much momentum, constantly appearing on DJ Clue mixtapes as well as shelling out his own, including the Best in the City volumes and Ransom Note. In 2007, Ransom received some press over traded lyrical barbs with Joe Budden, also a Jersey City native, who included a verse from Ransom and Hitchcock on his Mood Muzik 3 mix album, claiming a reunion by the defunct A-Team. Later that year, Ransom geared up to release his 2008 Street Cinema mixtape, distributed via N.Y. indie Babygrande. Ransom also had a much publicized public beef in early 2013 with Nicki Minaj that was reported by MTV and TMZ.
Termanology - G.O.Y.A.
Termanology
G.O.Y.A.
CD | 2013 | US | Original (Brick)
18,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
The CD version comes in a limited ‘Coca-Case’ package, featuring a foil mirror cover, embossed with the word 'G.O.Y.A.', and including a 3.5” Snuff Straw’ in the spine of the jewel case!
Czarface (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric) - Czarface
Czarface (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric)
Czarface
CD | 2013 | US | Original (Brick)
18,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
In music, timing is everything. When soon-to-be-renowned Boston hip-hop duo 7L & Esoteric collaborated with the Wu-Tang Clan's Inspectah Deck on the title track to 7L&E’s debut EP "Speaking Real Words" in 1999, the timing was perfect. The upstart duo was building a serious buzz on the East Coast and beyond, while Deck was still winning praise for his gold-selling solo disc "Uncontrolled Substance". As flashy pop-oriented rap was pumped on commercial radio stations, their natural chemistry and simpatico skills shone as a beacon to real hip-hop fans, a base of listeners who were soon asking about their next musical summit.14 years later, the hunger for sharp lyrics and head-snapping beats hasn't dissipated. In the face of the ever-worsening status quo of watered-down and vapid radio rap songs, the call for something real has only gotten stronger, and once again the time is right for a call to action – for someone or something to come in and send wack rappers running for the hills in fear. Enter "Czarface", the upcoming, uncompromising full-length album from Inspectah Deck and 7L & Esoteric.Not surprising, respect for real hip-hop runs deep, and "Czarface" brings an army with it — consider the star-studded guest list which includes Roc Marciano, Action Bronson, Vinnie Paz (Jedi Mind Tricks,) Oh No (Gangrene,) Mr. MFN eXquire and Deck's fellow Wu-Tang Clansmen Ghostface Killah and Cappadonna. Aside from one track blessed by the almighty DJ Premier, production on "Czarface" belongs exclusively to DJ 7L, who provides the musical backbone which holds the album together. His ability to craft a hip-hop sound that's current and exciting with a classic feel left Deck impressed: “This is one of the first albums I've heard in a while that gives you so many different feels. You hear the ‘80s hip-hop style, ‘80s R&B and rock combined with what's going on now. That’s creating something new, in my opinion.”
Moe Pope & Rain - Let The Right Ones In
Moe Pope & Rain
Let The Right Ones In
LP | 2013 | US | Original (Brick)
19,79 €* 21,99 € -10%
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Moe Pope, originally from Boston, MA, is an indie hip-hop artist, songwriter and contemporary painter. As a lyricist, Pope chronicles the stories of his life and his community by touching upon subjects like fatherhood, relationships, and the human condition.In 2010, Pope hooked up with Boston producer Rain and released the critically acclaimed Life After God, an album that would change his career forever. The record earned a spot on iTunes Rewinds "Top 10 Albums of 2010", Boston Herald's "Top Local Hip Hop Album of 2010" and The Boston Phoenix "2011 Boston's Best". In addition, Pope was honored in The Improper Bostonian Music Issue as the "New Up and Comer" and he landed a cover and feature story in Stuff Magazine.Drawing inspiration from a diverse background of influences, Pope has spent the last few years reinventing his craft and forming alliances to inspire his work. Now at the peak of his career, he announces his latest collaboration as Moe Pope & Rain for the release of the long awaited full-length album Let the Right Ones In. Let The Right Ones In explores new sonic territory as Pope and Rain channel their diverse musical backgrounds to create a work that blurs the lines between hip-hop, indie-rock and electronic music. The album ranges from hip-hop tradition like A Tribe Called Quest, to the abstract prose of Bob Dylan, the pure adrenaline angst of Bad Brains, to Radiohead's relentless eccentricity. Pope's newest release promises to be a truly original culmination of a lifetime's experience and influences.
Lil' Fame of M.O.P. & Termanology - Fizzyology
Lil' Fame of M.O.P. & Termanology
Fizzyology
CD | 2012 | US | Original (Brick)
13,49 €* 14,99 € -10%
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
When Lil Fame aka Fizzy Womack (of the world famous Brooklyn duo M.O.P.) and Termanology (of ST. Da Squad & 1982) first came together to make an album, it started out as a solo Termanology effort produced by Lil Fame, who has helmed the boards on songs for Cam'Ron, Cormega, AZ, and others in recent years. But halfway through recording the release, Fame ended up dropping verses and hooks on almost every song, so the two artists then decided to make the LP a true collaboration album. Fizzyology was born. The end result is 15 tracks deep of timeless music and a landmark recording for both musicians. With Lil Fame handling the bulk of the production, the album has a hardcore feel that will be familiar to Mash Out Posse fans, while also showcasing Fizzy's growing talent as a producer with some more soulful sounds. M.O.P. fans can look forward to a brand new M.O.P. album very soon, and Fizzyology will give Lil Fame a chance to really shine as a producer in the meanwhile. The album also features Term and Fame going in on the mic over production by the legendary DJ Premier, plus incredible offerings from beatsmiths The Alchemist, Statik Selektah and J Waxx. They also hooked up with Busta Rhymes and Styles P (who both rock over the soon-to-be Primo classic), as well as long time cohorts Bun B and Freeway.
Lil' Fame of M.O.P. & Termanology - Fizzyology
Lil' Fame of M.O.P. & Termanology
Fizzyology
LP | 2012 | US | Original (Brick)
21,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
When Lil Fame aka Fizzy Womack (of the world famous Brooklyn duo M.O.P.) and Termanology (of ST. Da Squad & 1982) first came together to make an album, it started out as a solo Termanology effort produced by Lil Fame, who has helmed the boards on songs for Cam'Ron, Cormega, AZ, and others in recent years. But halfway through recording the release, Fame ended up dropping verses and hooks on almost every song, so the two artists then decided to make the LP a true collaboration album. Fizzyology was born. The end result is 15 tracks deep of timeless music and a landmark recording for both musicians. With Lil Fame handling the bulk of the production, the album has a hardcore feel that will be familiar to Mash Out Posse fans, while also showcasing Fizzy's growing talent as a producer with some more soulful sounds. M.O.P. fans can look forward to a brand new M.O.P. album very soon, and Fizzyology will give Lil Fame a chance to really shine as a producer in the meanwhile. The album also features Term and Fame going in on the mic over production by the legendary DJ Premier, plus incredible offerings from beatsmiths The Alchemist, Statik Selektah and J Waxx. They also hooked up with Busta Rhymes and Styles P (who both rock over the soon-to-be Primo classic), as well as long time cohorts Bun B and Freeway.
Insight - Seventeen mcs
1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology) - 2012
1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology)
2012
CD | 2012 | US | Original (Brick)
12,79 €* 15,99 € -20%
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
2012 was a crazy year and album, that’s how hip-hop heads worldwide will remember it. Following in the footsteps of great DJ/Producer and MC duos like Eric B. & Rakim and GangStarr, Statik Selektah & Termanology once again combine to form the powerhouse group1982. The formula is perfected and flawless as Statik crafts the perfect sonic landscapes for Term’s more mature and sophisticated delivery - see the uplifting first single “Shining.”Holding Term down on the microphone side of things are great guest spots from some of the hottest new talent in the game, Mac Miller, Roc Marciano and Freddie Gibbs blend nicely with iconoclasts Bun B., Havoc of Mobb Deep and Lil Fame of M.O.P and Shawn Stockmanfrom Boyz 2 Men. 2012 has already garnered high praise as this month’s Source Magazine has given the full length it’s coveted “Independent’s Day” column and XXL has a great review ready for it’s May 22nd issue.
Reks - Straight, No Chaser
Reks
Straight, No Chaser
CD | 2012 | US | Original (Brick)
17,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
14 Tracks of pure hip hop featuring some of the strongest talent out right now Action Bronson, Slaine, Wais P The Pimp, Termanology and more.
Blacastan - The Master Builder Part 2
Blacastan
The Master Builder Part 2
2CD | 2012 | US | Original (Brick)
18,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Known for his classic hard core style, no-sellout attitude, and a true life story that would make the most street minded A&R blush, rhyme animal Blacastan has cemented his name in the annals of hip hop over the last few years.Blac follows up the success of his "pre" albums "The Master Of Reality", "The Master Builder", his full length debut opus "Blac Sabbath", an Australian tour with Celph Titled and countless song stealing guest verses on albums by artists such as Jedi Mind Tricks and Apathy with his most ambitious project to date: the 44 track, 2 disc spanning The Master Builder Part II. Boasting all new recordings and complete with a holographic 3D cover image, MBII gives a nod to the 90’s NYC mixtape history teaming Blac up with legendary DJ Doo Wop plus Peter Parker for a full street mix of the album. This blended bonus disc also includes exclusive non-album version cuts including “Thru The Rain” featuring La Coka Nostra rapper/Hollywood actor sensation Slaine. A truly limited edition release, MBII starts 2012 off strong for Blacastan, a year that sees him as a full fledged member of The Demigodz super crew (he will be featured heavily on their upcoming album as well as the new Army Of The Pharaohs record) in addition to prepping his official sophomore full length.
Superstar Quamallah & Deqawn - Talkin' All That Jazz
Superstar Quamallah & Deqawn
Talkin' All That Jazz
10" | 2011 | US | Original (Brick)
15,29 €* 16,99 € -10%
Release:2011 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Fresh off the incredibly well received Invisible Man album (Brick/Cotter, 2009) and a string of 7-inch singles, Superstar Quamallah returns alongside South Bronx emcee DeQawn and Cali based producer Izznyce. Together, the trio have woven together a most excellent modern day hip-hop album entitled "Talkin' All That Jazz", an album in the sense of cohesiveness, purpose, and pride in making a memorable recording. Listen to it 10 years from now and you'll still enjoy it. This limited edition 10-inch vinyl sampler, the first of its kind from the Brick Records camp, gives you six curated cuts from the album.
Headnodic of Crown City Rockers - Red Line Radio
Headnodic of Crown City Rockers
Red Line Radio
CD+5" | 2011 | US | Original (Brick)
18,99 €*
Release:2011 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Incredible line-up that is provided with Headnodic beats here. People Under The Stairs, Mission, Mr. Lif, Gift Of Gab, The Grouch, Sadat X, Scienz Of Life, One Be Lo, Raashan Ahmad and many more.On top, the first edition comes with a bonus 5" vinyl piece with an exclusive Mighty Underdogs cut!
Blaq Poet - Blaq Poet Society
Blaq Poet
Blaq Poet Society
CD | 2011 | US | Original (Brick)
13,59 €* 16,99 € -20%
Release:2011 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Blaq Poet Society is a meeting of the minds of Blaq Poet and producers Stu Bangas (Reef the Lost Cauze, Termanology, Heltah Skeltah, Vinnie Paz, Apathy, Sha Stimuli, Chino XL) and Vanderslice (Stat Quo, Apathy, Roc Marciano, Termanology, Cashis), that, after a brief exchange, was three-years in the making. Definitely worth the wait!
Chops - 20 piece bucket breaks
Blacastan - Blac Sabbath
Blacastan
Blac Sabbath
CD | 2010 | US | Original (Brick)
15,29 €* 16,99 € -10%
Release:2010 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Known for his classic hard core style, no-sellout attitude, and a true life story that would make the most street minded A&R envious, rhyme animal Blacastan is sure to cement his name in the annals of Hip Hop.Growing up in Hartford, CT Blac began to take an interest in Hip Hop music during his teen years, but it was violence and street life that took up most of his time. Thanks to his strong-arm style while taking care of business, a 16-year-old Blacastan was tried as an adult when he was arrested in the mid-90s. Serving his sentence left him plenty of time for listening and writing. He favored the underground sound of the Lyricist Lounge and Soundbombing series along with artists like Nas, Mobb Deep, The Wu Tang Clan and Pharoahe Monch. After digging deeper and deeper into the underground while working on his own rhymes, he emerged from prison with an impressive skill set, a throwback style, and an unmatched drive and determination. His first mixtape Me Against the Radio became a favorite in the underground and an internet cult classic, especially it’s key cut and video, "Life Of A Tape." Appearances on releases from Blue Sky Black Death, Krumbsnatcha, Jean Grae, Esoteric and Apathy followed. The extremely limited CD-only Master Of Reality mixtape with The Bladerunners (7L & Beyonder) garnered the emerging rhyme juggernaut even more momentum. Now the resurrection of realness reigns supreme; a return to the hard core east coast Hip Hop that many have forgotten or turned their backs on. Many, but not Blac. And his peers and fans are responding. The full length opus entitled Blac Sabbath is finally here. The debut album boasts production and vocals from some of the elite in the game: Statik Selektah, Blue Sky Black Death, Mr. Green, Colombeyond, Esoteric and Celph Titled. So dust off your hoodies and timbs, twist the cap on the Olde E, split the dutch and get ready to experience the sound that many are dubbing the ‘savior of underground rap music’. Homeboys and homegirls, The Blac Sabbath is here.
Reks - Grey hairs
Reks
Grey hairs
CD | 2008 | US | Original (Brick)
15,99 €*
Release:2008 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
19 tracks with appearences by DJ Premier, Large Professor, Statik Selektah, Consequence, Termanology and many more!
Main Flow - She likes me feat. eLone
Beyonder - Revolution leaders
Beyonder
Revolution leaders
12" | 2003 | US | Original (Brick)
7,99 €*
Release:2003 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
/ thats absurd feat. Esoteric & Karma / boondox saints feat. Esoteric
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