‘This album pushes the boundaries of creativity’ http://www.PureHipHopHeat.com
‘One of our favourite albums to come from these shores this year’ HipHop4Days.com
‘Higher level Hip-Hop full of great wordplay and concepts’ http://www.TrickstasWorld.com
‘When music is this good it’s nice to sit back and know its home-grown’ RuggedAndRaw.com
‘This release has proven to the world that Conscious Route can hold his own’ TheHipHopMafia.com
Conscious Route & Sean El – Satellite (Official Video)
Conscious Route & Sean El – Sinking (Official Video)
Conscious Route & Sean El Feat. Dillah & Blasfima Sinna – About to Blow (Official Video)
Knowledge Giving Birth Productions is proud to release the first collaborative effort from Chicago producer Rediculus and West Coast MC Aarophat. With a thumping drum line and wailing guitars, this song is set to start the summer off right!
Rediculus Feat. Aarophat ‘Chainsaw Chatter’ Bandcamp Link:
They say Hip Hop is something you live, not something you do. Rediculus, born Todd Dahn, is the perfect example of that saying. Born in the early ‘70s, he has lived with hip-hop in his blood his whole life. Through his talent he now brings it to life in his tracks, which are steadily building up steam and popularity and the rebirth of “real hip-hop”.
2013 has started off with a bang, seeing Rediculus release two smash singles; ‘Off the Turnbuckles’ feat J57, Venoumous2000, Fdot1 and El Gant and ‘Lets Go’ feat. FDot1 and put out his first of many instrumental projects, Dirty Concrete, presented by Kevinnottingham.com. There’s also a few singles with Red Pill on the horizon, and projects with Nutso, Ruste Juxx, Verbal Kent, The Day Laborers, Bug Dutty Deeze, Pat Starr, Rich Malone and more instrumental projects.
Regardless of who he’s making the beats for, it’s not hard to say you’ll be hearing a lot of music from Rediculus this year and in 2013. For production inquires please email email@example.com.
Whoever said the journey is more important than the destination clearly didn’t have Innocent? and The Rockness Monstah in mind. They’ll “race old ladies and punch babies to make green,” but you’ll have to “hate the streets because they made [them] this way.”
Be sure to check out the short film/video for “Say Cheeze,” directed by The Last American B-Boy, and watch the two emcees take care of business for the most pompous boss you’ve hated since the last job you couldn’t stand. See if you can figure out what’s in the box at the end, on some ‘Pulp Fiction’ action. “Say Cheeze” will be featured on Innocent?’s debut album Love It Or Hate It, which is scheduled to be released in the 3rd Quarter of 2013.