Famed producerMike E Clark who has worked with ICP, Kid Rock, George Clinton, and Primal Scream just to name a few took to his Instagram page to post a dope picture from the days of ICP’s Riddlebox album.
The photo was taken at Clark’s Funhouse Studio and shot by Josh Silverstein.
Hopefully, Mike will continue to open the vaults and share some more of these iconic images.
Unlike most artists R.A. The Rugged Man isn’t a slave, he’s willing to speak his mind no matter how controversial the issue. Imagine a mainstream douchebag (insert any name) having the balls to call out the U.S war machine and its fake two-party system, I can’t think of any.
There aren’t many artists left like R.A. The Rugged Man, society has been watered down with politically correct yesmen who are not willing to take a stand on any controversial issues. With a new album on the way R.A. The Rugged Man is still willing to put his career and endorsements on the line with an Instagram post that calls out the United States Government for what it is, TRASH!
Two new Esham albums are set to drop February 2020 according to a recent social media post from the king of the “wicket shit”.
Esham took to Facebook to announce the release of not one, but two albums in February. The first album titled “She Loves Me” is slated to drop Sunday, February 2, 2020. The second, “She Loves Me Not” will be released on Thursday, February 20, 2020.
Never one to follow a trend, Esham is bucking the new industry standard of putting out 20-minute albums by releasing two full-length albums of 15 and 16 tracks respectively.
A video of a text exchange Esham received from an unknown fan was posted on his page. I’m not sure if the text is real or a publicity stunt for his new albums, but it sure is hilarious.
Seven The General is an O.G. in Detroit Hip Hop. In late 2018 he teamed up with Dean Shepp and released an amazing track titled: “Chase The Bag”. Seven shines heavily on this track, his street swag is authentic and his style is versatile and flawless.