Blame One has linked up with the San Diego production duo, Harry Apollo and JonJ, to create the raw and gritty Hip Hop group, Big Block Silvers. Harry Apollo serves as the main producer while JonJ brings live instrumentation to Harry’s production, resulting in a lively aesthetic. For their first release, they’ve shared a fresh track from their forthcoming EP, BOLD. Titled “Crime In The City,” it’s an exciting introduction to the project, which will be followed up with remixes from Exile, J57 and People Under The Stairs’ Thes One. BOLD is scheduled for a February 24 release via Exile’s Dirty Science x J57’s FiveSe7en Music. Meet the new group above and pre-order the EP here.
After 2 mix tapes and a classic album, producer extraordinaire Exile and mic smith, Johaz drop a song from their upcoming 4th project (Volition) as DAG SAVAGE to kick off their European tour with fellow crew mate Blu.
This song (What Makes a Mutha Fucka) shows what makes Johaz so damn fresh or rather what makes him a force to be reckoned with in Hip Hop. Along with a hard menacing production from Exile and fellow DS CREW mate Cashus King, who supports his crew with a hook and crazy acapella verse at the end. Stay tuned for whats to come from these cats, and be sure to catch them on the road if you are in Europe this February 2017.
Friday, Feb. 3 – Basel, Switzerland – Kaserne
Saturday, Feb 4th – Brussels, Belgium – The Corner
Tuesday, Feb 7th – Hamburg, Germany – Stellwerk
Monday, Feb 06 – Cologne, Germany -Reineke Fuchs
Aachener Str. 50,
Weds, Feb 8th – Linz, Austria – Kapu
Thursday, Feb 9th – Zurich, Switzerland – Rote Fabrik
Fri, Feb 10th – Milan, Italy – Biko Club
Saturday, Feb 11th – Stuttgart, Germany – Freund und Kupferstecher
Tuesday, Feb 14th – Ljubljana, Slovenia – Gala Hala
Weds, Feb 15th – London, England – Garage
Thursday, Feb 16th – Prague, Czech Republic – Club Zemei
Friday, Feb 17th – Copenhagen, Denmark – Loppen
Saturday, Feb 18th afternoon in-store at HHV – Berlin, Germany
Saturday, Feb 18th – Berlin, Germany – Cassiopeia
LA Based Emanon aka Exile and Aloe Blacc have been making music together for many years. The 2 began experimenting with Hip Hop when Aloe was only 16 and Exile 17 with no more than a 4 track tape recorder, turntable and a microphone. Building a fan base pre internet selling tapes on the streets all over the CA southland, eventually reaching the world. The 2 have released many underground tapes and vinyl through out the years and ears of many. The 2 have made many classics with each other but more note worthy when the two began to work on there own. Most people do not know Aloe blacc began as a rapper since his Stones Throw release “Good Things” and number one smash “The Man”.
Mean while Exile laying the foundation of new west coast classics with Dirty science crew mates, Blu and exile, below the heavens, Fashawn’s boy meets world, and countless production credits from Snoop Dogg, Whiz Khalifa to Big Sean. The two have remained friends and continued to collaborate together, but is not til now the combination bares the fruit of a new album. A look into the darker side of Aloes mind of poetry and lyrical mastery, with Exile behind the production to bring you a modern classic Dystopia.
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In the face of the seemingly constant injustice and murder black and brown people have been facing by the hands that are supposed to protect and serve, Dag Savage has enlisted fellow Dirty Science crew mates to speak upon the subject through song. We recruited the Windy City’s own Adad and Leimert Park, Los Angeles’ best kept secret Cashus King(fka Co$$) to help express our sentiments through sound. ‘All my People’ is more than a song, it’s a call to action, our plea for all those who believe in justice and equality to speak up and let their voices be heard. For now enjoy this audio and ask yourself how you can be a part of the solution.
Produced by Exile And Th3ory Hazit
Additional instruments performed by Hank G and Farmer Greif
MICHAEL ZIOBROWSKI for @XISTHEWEAPON
ORANGE OMBRE = Fire In The Air
BLUE = Hundreds of Years of Colonialism
GREEN = Poisoned Badge
PINK = Pig Mindset
PURPLE = Imperialism and Military Control
GOLD = Man as Currency for the Prison Industrial Complex
@KingChoosey thought it was only right to provide the soundtrack for this beautiful time of year we call Sundress Season. With Soulection’s Abjo on the beat and Exile on co. production, here’s yet another wave to add to your Summer ’16 experience.