Ambrosia for Heads
Soundbombing Was Released 20 Years Ago & Launched A Generation Of Underground Hip-Hop
Twenty years ago this week (October 14, 1997) New York-based independent Hip-Hop label Rawkus Records released Soundbombing Vol. 1. Rawkus’ second full-length project boasted Black Moon/Da Beatminerz producer DJ Evil
October 19, 2017
Dr. Octagon Is Back In The Operating Room With New Music
In 2017 Dr. Octagon is making big waves after years in idle. More than 20 calendars after Kool Keith, Dan The Automator, DJ QBert and others recorded the cult-lauded Dr.
April 23, 2017
Dr. Octagon’s Album To Reissue As Box Set With 5 Unreleased Songs
Dr. Octagon is making some serious waves in 2017. Twenty years after the group went public (with a lengthy hiatus), things are really heating up. The duo of MC Kool
March 6, 2017
Do Remember: Rawkus Records’ Soundbombing 2 Album (Audio)
May 18, 1999, Rawkus Records would enter their most definitive year with their fifth full-length release in Soundbombing II. Distributed by the same Priority Records that had been so integral
May 14, 2015
Here’s another Back in the Day Mix. This one features a lot of joints from the late 90’s and early 00’s. You’ll find music from Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch, Common, Sadat X, Grand Puba, Gang Star, Method Man, Black Star, De La Soul, Lauryn Hill, Ludacris, Clipse, Outkast, M.O.P. and many more.
Enjoy. Ambrosia For Heads Millenium Mix by Parfit on Mixcloud
July 2, 2011
Do you remember how dope Rawkus Records was? They were the label that brought us Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Eminem, Pharoahe Monch (solo)…and many others. Here’s a little playlist to remind you.
If you missed it, here’s a breakdown of what Rawkus meant to hip-hop.
February 1, 2011
AFH On Spotify