Jeremiah Jae Interview

Jeremiah Jae Interview

Fresh off the back of the release of Jeremiah Jae & L’Orange’s universe-building, World War 2 motif, Complicate Your LIfe With Violence, Jeremiah took the time to speak with us. The discussion began lighthearted, joking about Jeremiah’s Raw Money Raps LP making a surprise cameo in Eddie Murphy’s recent film Dolomite Is My Name, set [...]

Damu the Fudgemunk Interview

Damu the Fudgemunk Interview

For any fan of hip hop beatmaking, Damu the Fudgemunk should need no introduction. An impeccable producer crafting boom bap styled beats, reminiscent of the golden era sound that hooked so many of us. Over the past 12 years as part of his Redefinition Records label he has brought us album after album of sublime [...]

Homeboy Sandman Interview

Homeboy Sandman Interview

Homeboy Sandman has been a constant favourite amongst the Southsiders for many years. Releasing numerous projects (this new one is his seventeenth!) throughout the years, he has been delivering quality, verbal dexterity for over a decade. We were lucky enough to chat with Boy Sand on the back of the release of his latest album [...]

Armand Hammer Interview

Armand Hammer Interview

Elucid and billy woods were performing at The Old Hairdressers - an old rustic venue located down the dark, grimy cobbled street of Renfield Lane in the heart of Glasgow. A perfect location for the equally dark, grimy duo that is Armand Hammer. “Man, fuck Rap Genius!” is met with agreeable laughter from the group [...]

Koncept Interview

Koncept Interview

From working at Fat Beats Records to releasing music via Sony Records - Koncept is a Queens-based, globe-trotting emcee and frequent collaborator of contemporaries such as J57, Marco Polo & Royce Da 5'9". After two years on the road and a lot of time spent in Asia, including a sold out tour with Scoop Deville, [...]

Sage Francis Interview

Sage Francis Interview

Sage Francis and B. Dolan are the Epic Beard Men. Though accurate, the name started out as a joke, a calibrated goof on bro culture, from two rap greybeards who aren’t afraid to swing freely from dead-serious to wryly hilarious. Hailing from the industrial outskirts of Providence, both artists are walking hip-hop vaults. Last year’s [...]