produced by Apollo Brown vocals by Red Pill & Verbal Kent After Ugly Heroes’ 2013 classic self titled LP, Apollo Brown, Verbal Kent and Red Pill are back again with a new EP coming out August 19th. The new EP features five new songs (including a Murs feature) and 4 bonus track b-sides. Ugly Heroes […]
Apollo Brown takes his “Thirty Eight” instrumentals to an NYC Park for Quelle Chris, Cavalier, Ras Kass, Has-Lo, and yU to cypher to. Join the table as they let loose rhymes over “Cellophane.” Directed by Jay Brown Produced by Apollo Brown Field Audio by Sam McKenna Mix by Chris Jefferies Executive Produced by Michael Tolle […]
The Hip-Hop Digest Musik Show Playlist 01.ADD-2 – Don’t Go 02.Elzhi – Can’t Lose 03.D-Sisive x Tone Mason – Maybe I Will (feat. DJ Grouch) 04.Epidemic & Dreamtek – Play My Corner (feat. Efeks) 05.Light The MC x Keor Meteor – Where I’m From (feat. Slim Pickens & Cor Stidak) 06.Maffew Ragazino – Avatar (feat. […]
Apollo Brown, Verbal Kent, Red Pill are UGLY HEROES Apollo Brown, Verbal Kent, and Red Pill recently sat down with UHF Cable Access Channel 43 for an interview about their new self-titled group album UGLY HEROES that drops 5/28/13. Hear what the record is about and check the album previews! An Ugly Hero is considered […]
Apollo Brown & Guilty Simpson “Nasty feat. Planet Asia“ Carhartts, boots, bleak weather, and a cold “Nasty” banger featuring Planet Asia. Apollo Brown chops a fiery gospel organ into an incendiary track that pulses with life. Guilty wastes no time turning into a microphone bully, showing just why he considers himself as nasty as black […]
Free Download: Apollo Brown & Guilty Simpson “Truth Be Told“ Immediate download of Truth Be Told in your choice of MP3 320, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
The Black Opera All Over Disguise (Apollo Brown Remix) Free Download The Black Opera: All Over Disguise (Apollo Brown Remix) The Black Opera have quickly proven to be beacons of light in the game, emerging at a time when the landscape is fragmented. Their EnterMission. project presented them as faceless champions for change and forward-motion. […]