Labba – The ProfileWild Interview

Labba - The ProfileWild Interview

Labba, who hails from Flatbush, has been in the game for more than a minute, from rocking mics alongside Busta Rhymes to ...

Armageddon – The ProfileWild Interview

Armageddon - The ProfileWild Interview

Fat Joe always referred to Armageddon as the most loyal member of the Terror Squad clique, a high honor at the time, ...

Domingo feat. M.O.P and GP100 – We Put It Down (Cuts by DJ Cazz)

Domingo feat. M.O.P and GP100 - We Put It Down (Cuts by DJ Cazz)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ee3-WLpFxdQ Check out this new single off Domingo's Same Game New Rules compilation, dropping next week. Domingo sent me the advance on the ...

 

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  • Shabaam Sahdeeq – The ProfileWild Interview

    Shabaam Sahdeeq - The ProfileWild Interview

    Shabaam Sahdeeq’s been quietly killing the game for almost a straight decade, and that’s not even counting the work he put in with Rawkus and Raptivism in the late ‘90s and early 2000s. Besides logging some highway miles with Sean Price and P.F. Cuttin on the Grown Man Rap Tour and hosting his own showcase, It’s Alive, in New York City, S-Dubs quietly released one of the stronger albums of the 2014 in Keepers of the Lost Art, an album that features cameos from the likes of Stimuli, Wais P, and Skyzoo along with production from Harry Fraud. When he’s not getting shouted out by Dave Chappelle or prepping for the Czech’s largest hip-hop festival, Hip-Hop Kemp, the part-time barber, full-time MC took some time to chop it up with us about Keepers of the Lost Art, his 2014 state of mind, the Shabaam Sahdeeq legacy, what’s been up with DJ Spinna, if a Polyrhythm Addicts reunion is possible, how often “5 Star Generals” gets referenced, his workout regimen, and much more in this insightful and exclusive interview.

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  • R.H Bless – 20 Bags 30 Bags

    Off the big homies Power of Association project.

  • Cool Nutz – Married to this Shit

  • Domingo – The ProfileWild Interview

    Domingo - The ProfileWild Interview

    Few producers have the resume of Domingo, but the casual fan would have no idea, because dude’s not the type to let you know. Either you know or you don’t, and either’s fine with the man who’s only getting better as a producer, which is kind of scary. From working with Big Pun and Guru to managing Kool G. Rap and a new partnership with up-and-coming talent Nutso, there’s no shortage of dope stories and game. As Domingo readies his third compilation, Same Game, New Rules, dropping later in August, he takes some time to talk about why this compilation will be his last, why he split from Fat Beats, looks back on his previous tracks, lets us know what G. Rap’s up to, where Rugged Intellect went, how he got Bamboo on the new album, what it’s like working with Big Pun’s son Chris Rivers and the comparisons to Pun, why 360 deals are garbage, how he came to give away an MPC, and a whole lot more in this exclusive interview.

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    On his relationship with Big Pun’s son Chris Rivers:

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  • Gotham Green feat. Wax – Government Name (Prod. by Quickie Mart)

    Gotham Green and Quickie Mart have an ill sound as they drop a heater coming off Gotham Green’s LP Child of an Immigrant.

  • Maffew Ragazino feat. Steady Fam – Mind Shine (Prod. by V-Don)

    Give us a late pass on Sr’s Worldwide Wednesdays. Steady Fam’s a dope group from VA and Maffew continues using his resources to spotlight new artists.

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