Now THIS is how you make a music video. Bam’s …one rifle per family is available here.
My guy Otayo linked up with the other homey Bambu for this dope track and video off his Cold Piece Of Work project. Fatgums on the beat. Check out the full album here.
On this week’s episode of SNSS, we were joined in studio by a few homies who have linked up for group projects: Parker (of State of the Artist) & Lace Cadence talked about their new EP, Imagination, and Prometheus Brown (aka Geologic of Blue Scholars) joined forces with Bambu to speak on their new group, The Bar. Along with our guests, we played new music from artists like Slaughterhouse, Saigon, Dee-1, J. Cole, Miguel, Kev Brown, The Wurxs, STS, Mr. J. Medeiros, and more.
Show #351 (3-4-12)
- Slaughterhouse – “Hammer Dance”
- Saigon – “Say Yes, Pt. 2”
- Dee-1 – “Writer’s Block”
- J. Cole – “Grew Up Fast”
- **INTERVIEW WITH PROMETHEUS BROWN & BAMBU, PT. 1**
- Prometheus Brown & Bambu (The Bar) – “Lookin’ Up” (Local Music)
- **INTERVIEW WITH PROMETHEUS BROWN & BAMBU, PT. 2**
- Brother Ali ft. Phonte & Stokley Williams – “I’ll Be Around”
- Miguel – “Gravity”
- BJ The Chicago Kid – “Good Luv’n”
- Obie Trice ft. Drey Skonie – “Spend The Day”
- **INTERVIEW WITH PARKER & LACE CADENCE, PT. 1**
- Parker x Lace Cadence – “Blue Paper” (Local Music)
- **INTERVIEW WITH PARKER & LACE CADENCE, PT. 2**
- Robert Glasper Experiment ft. Mos Def – “Black Radio”
- Yonas Michael – “Monsters Ink”
- Kev Brown – “Another Random Joint”
- Sean Born – “Pour Out Liquor”
- Luck-One & Dekk – “Searchin’” (Local Music)
- Fly.Union – “The Hard Way (THW)”
- A Tribe Called Quest – “We Can Get Down” (Throwback of the Week)
- The Wurxs ft. Black Thought & Dice Raw – “Bernard Hop”
- STS – “Downhill”
- Mr. J. Medeiros ft. Shad – “Pale Blue Dot (20Syl Remix)”
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The first video from Geo & Bam’s Prometheus Brown & Bambu Walk Into A Bar joint project talks about where their families are from…and where they’re at now. Dopeness.
Damn, can’t front…this was a tough video to watch. Bambu’s remake of Adele’s incredible “Someone Like You” record takes a strong look at domestic abuse, particularly that emanating from the hip-hop community, and the visuals pull no punches.
As someone who can’t fathom even arguing with a significant other, I don’t understand how anyone can let a situation get to that point. At the same time, I realize that I’ve lived a lucky life and every aspect of the nature/nurture of my upbringing has been fairly privileged. For those who haven’t been as lucky, I hope nothing in your life ever drives you to this type of violence. If it happened in your family, break the cycle.
While the video is a fairly quick viral joint, and the song itself isn’t as long as I wish it was, I love the vibe of this record. Dope beat and heartfelt lyrics about Bam’s homeland that can be found on his mixtape with DJ Muggs, Los Angeles, Philippines.
Woah, this video goes hard. Bambu links up with Geo and MTK for this joint off his upcoming project, …paper cuts…, dropping soon. Seattle folks will get a chance to see Bam perform here later this month when the Blue Scholars lock down the Showbox for back to back shows:
I’m always down to check out some new talent, especially when it’s co-signed by some folks I respect. Peep this new tape from J. Lately, featuring appearances by our fellow 5-C’er, Tunji, along with Co$$ and Bambu. I’m about half way through and I’m impressed with J’s flow and wordplay so far. The beats are ill too…
Download here courtesy of 2DopeBoyz.