No hands on the pump, just his hand on the microphone. While out in the City Of Angels, Reggie gathers his band and lets off his new music video. The Funk Doc sure does rock.
Look out Tony Stark. With a Black Sabbath sample on deck, Reggie Noble gathers his usual suspects for their new recording. Sounds like Gilla House came to the rescue.
For the video to accompany their rendition of the Throne’s opening track, Reggie and Ready Roc find themselves lost
Today wouldn’t be right without a track from the Funk Doc. So for today’s occasion, Reggie and Runt Dawg blow their smoke over Dead Prez’s “Hip Hop”.
Gilla’s in the house. And last night, the Funk Doc was feeling great and decided to release a double-dose of treats featuring his crew. “Ahh Yes” “My House”
Shortly after reaching 400K followers on Twitter, Bun gives back to his #TeamTrill with an unreleased cut featuring Nickel Nine and Reggie. Produced by Mr. Inkredible with scratches by Statik Selektah.
After EPMD’s visit last week, Reggie stopped by The Combat Jack Show yesterday for 3 hours of hilarity. Funk Doc spoke on last Friday’s Hit Squad concert and everything else in between.
Last night, Erick and Parrish were back in business at NYC’s Best Buy Theater for the Hit Squad reunion show. K-Solo, Keith Murray, Das EFX, Redman and special guest Method Man all did their thing. Tone Riggz provides a few clips of the show.
Reggie’s working hard. Aside from his Gilla House project and Muddy Waters 2 still on the way,
Time to wake and bake. Reggie and his fellow Gilla House resident Ready Roc take a trip into the wild and blow their smoke over Watch The Throne‘s opening track.