Posts Tagged With: Keith Murray

Lancecape Ft. Korry Deez – NAPALM (Dir. by Chris AK for Black Iron Giants)

NAPALM

‘Napalm’
Lancecape Ft. Korry Deez
Cuts Provided By G-Spot

Lancecape is no stranger when it comes to beats and has steadily been perfecting his production skills for roughly 15 years. Having produced bangers for the likes of Frank N Dank, Rapper Big Pooh, Keith Murray, AG and Canibus he has gained ground in the global beat circuit. Being in Detroit’s Red Bull ‘Big Tune’ beat battle Lancecape was able to grab the crowds respect, finish as a semifinalist and rub shoulders with hip hop heavyweights Black Milk, Jake One, Oh No and Alchemist.

 For his first single, Lancecape is releasing a bass heavy tune called ‘Napalm’ accented with grungy guitar chops and his signature dirty drums. It features fellow Monolith member, Korry Deez, who is 1/3 of the Juno nominated and BET ‘Rated Next’ hip hop group Irs. He might be best known for his deadly verse on Kardinal’s ‘Ol’ Time Killin’ that had a video directed by Mr. X which received heavy BET and international rotation. Deez is known for touring with Kardinal, GODSMACK, Declaime, Jully Black and numerous others.

Lancecape is now finally ready to release his debut album ‘Always Fresh’ on January 8, 2013 with indy lo-fi label Future Science. They appreciate all the support and hope that you will watch, download, share, listen and most of all… ENJOY!

‘Napalm’ DJ Pack Link – http://www.mediafire.com/?or244k7tnbhogp8

Twitter:
www.twitter.com/Lancecape
www.twitter.com/KorryDeez
www.twitter.com/IamChrisAk

Soundcloud:
https://soundcloud.com/lancecape
https://soundcloud.com/korry-deez

Facebook:
Lancecape Hunt
Korry Downey
Chris Ak
Snafu Seventy Six (G-Spot)
9Planets and Future Science

Email: Lancecape@gmail.com

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[Documentary] Rhyme & Reason

Rhyme & Reason is a 1997 documentary film about rap and hip hop. Documentary filmmaker Peter Spirer interviewed over 80 significant artists in rap and hip hop music. This documentary explores the history of hip hop culture, how rap evolved to become a major cultural voice (and a multi-billion dollar industry), and what the artists have to say about the music’s often controversial images and reputation. Interview subjects range from veteran old-school rappers, such as Kurtis BlowKRS-One and Chuck D, to gangsta rap icons Ice-TDr. Dre, and MC Eiht, to several current rap hitmakers, including Wu-Tang ClanThe Fugees, and Sean “Puffy” Combs.

The film was released to 280 theaters, earning $1,608,277 during its theatrical run.

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