Picture this. Rather than go for the predictable historic clips from the Reagan Era, Killer goes animated for his political piece. Off his album with El-P, R.A.P. Music.
In Vacouver, Nard runs into El-P, who
This. Is. A. Remix. Heavily influenced by the 80s and 90s sound, producer EL-P puts his spin on Slaughterhouse’s track. stereogum
While in NYC, Killer Mike and El-P visited Sway this morning on Shade 45. They talked politics, violence as well as their views on today’s rising stars. Above they showcase their gift on the mic. R.A.P. Music is out now.
Before it arrives on May 15, Killer displays his art of story telling and then shares some of his southern hospitality with two tracks off his
Killer Mike’s collaborative effort with EL-P is shaping up pretty nicely. After releasing “Big Beast” and “Untitled“, Killer touches on police brutality on this solid cut. Pay attention. R.A.P. Music drops May 15. http://new.official.fm/tracks/vCjY?control=1&width=400&height=40&skin_bg=000000&skin_fg=FFFFFF pitchfork
Killer Mike and his pals unleash the beast with the first offering off his collaborative project, R.A.P. Music (Rebellious African People’s Music) with producer El-P. Damn, this is pretty sick. dgb