Since October the rap tandem of Apollo Brown & Ras Kass has been sharing some dope cuts from their new album Blasphemy (out now via their official Bandcamp page) including the monster feature heavy track “Giraffe Pu**y” and “How to Kill God.” And with the album now out Apollo Brown & Ras Kass are gifting fans with this non-album bonus joint featuring the legendary Sean Price. Listen to “Impossible Dream” after the jump.
- Interviewsposted March 6, 2014 / No Comments
“I make wax, I pay tax, I don’t show cracks,” OC rapped on “Constables,” one of the many standout cuts off his debut album Word…Life. Nearly twenty years after that seminal album dropped, OC’s stayed true to those words, releasing a slew of albums showcasing his lyrical acrobatics with a variety of talented producers, including Soul Supreme, Apollo Brown, and most recently, Ray West.
O’s latest album, Ray’s Cafe, a pairing with producer/engineer and co-head of the recently created boutique label Red Apples 45 Ray West, provides jazz-infused backdrops that compliment Omar Credle’s smooth baritone. In a rare interview with HipHopGame, the legendary OC talks about the making of Ray’s Cafe, reflects on Word…Life and the moves he’s made, his immortal crew Diggin’ in the Crates, and much more in this can’t-miss interview.