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Word Is Bond Meets K-Def

In this edition of Word Is Bond Meets, We sit down with a seminal producer, K-Def. Who was behind groups like Monie Love, El da Sensei, Lords of the underground etc. In this brief but in depth tete-a-tete he gives us an insight into some of his technical skills, his experience with working with Diddy and much more.

SIt back and enjoy the chat

Check our Archives for more on K-Def and our official partner ReDefinition Records

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Flying Lotus – Masquatch feat. DOOM

Following up his collab with Krazy Bone for GTAV, Flying Lotus shares ‘Masquatch’, a collaboration with DOOM. As you might expect from such a collaboration the two produce some weird and wonderful sounds; utterly strange, but then I’m surprised that they haven’t worked together before! Hopefully we’ll see more new stuff from them soon. Anyway this is from the revamped FlyLo FM which, according to the man himself, ‘might become a thing’.

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Divine – Let’s Get It On

BK emcee Divine is keeping the ball rolling with visuals for the joint ‘Let’s Get It On’ from the recently released LP Ghetto Rhyming. A self-directed emcee who has toured and kicked bars with legends and vets in the rap game, Divine is slowly etching his name in to the hip-hop consciousness letter by letter. ‘Let’s Get It On’ is devoid of the glamour and glitz of more entitled music and insteadvdives right into the thick of things. A beautiful blend of hardbody bars and beats.

Peep the video and go out and support Divine..

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Diamond District – A Part Of It All

Diamond District release some truly dope visuals for ‘A Part Of It All’, taken from their recent album March On Washington. The trio, formed of Oddisee, Uptown XO and yU, lace Oddisee’s melodic production with some incredible lyrics, and the visuals are really well done and engaging – it’s not too often that VFX are done tastefully on the underground scene. 

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Constant Flow – Dog Tags feat. Swave Sevah & Akir

Constant Flow brings a whole new meaning to the term ‘verbal warfare’ on this military-themed track aptly titled ‘Dog Tags’ (remember back in the 90s when it was cool to rock those?).  The joint also has Swave Sevah (repping Harlem) and Akir (holding it down for Washington Heights) who both deliver equally strong performances. This is on some three-the-hard-way-type collaboration. Hit the play button and feel it.

Anyone got that Canibus/Catcher in the rye line? Anyone? Anyways, get in the thick of things and support CF by copping his album Ascension: http://bit.ly/1ooO9ny.

It’s 2014 and the indies are..

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Marvel – The Basement Mixtape Presented By DJ Roc (Zambia)

I first came across Zambian emcee Marvel via a mutual associate and from the first listen the homie blew my mind away.  After peeping his previous works, all I have to say is he’s got bars for days, with a chilled, smooth flow and a baby face betraying his viciousness on the mic. His latest entry is The Basement Mixtape, a collaboration with DJ Roc (who’s also responsible for a large amount of the production). As a mixtape Marvel delivers the goods, and while the subject matter might be a bit one sided (compared to his older works) he shows a..

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Wu-Tang Clan – Necklace

Wu-Tang release ‘Necklace’, the latest single from their upcoming album A Better Tomorrow. This isn’t a grand metaphor, it is literally a song about necklaces, but Wu were the first and best to brag about their jewellery. Keep an ear out for A Better Tomorrow, out early December!

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