M-Dot just hit me off with this new track he’s got with Copywrite and Tonespliff. And what perfect timing too! Our next podcast is on Copywrite! So tune in for that but importantly peep this track!
www.thecryptonline.com Presents The HipHopHeads Podcast
Episode 38 (25 Years of Jedi Mind Tricks)
Vega and Bonafide get up and start the show with new music, we speak on the tear Boldy James is on right now. Common, Curren$y, Alchemist and Roc Marciano have a show next week in Boston. Copywrite celebrates 20 Years of The High Exhaulted. Finally, we do a deep dive into Jedi Mind Tricks, one of our favorite hiphop groups. They have been consistently making music now for 25 years! We discuss our first impressions, how we found Jedi Mind Tricks, our favorite tracks and much more. Don’t sleep on this episode it was a fun one. If youre not familiar with JMT strap in we’re giving you a crash course.
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Here’s a legendary cipher than can only be found here at thecryptonline.com (i think? I couldnt find it on youtube ive had this 15 years). The legendary Molemen from Chicago team up with the incredible MHz from Columbus Ohio. They kill it for 70 minutes straight of battering beats and bars.
Copywrite and Suroc quietly dropped a new EP called Murderland which you can score on iTunes now. Copywrite is easily one of the most consistent in the underground and imo makes nothing but quality music. The videos quite interesting as well its been 4 or 5 years since I’ve seen Copywrite, his clothing style has changed slightly as he’s rocking what looks like female socks with Huck Finn pants and a blonde ponytail, truly awesome. Perhaps it’s his best Mos Def impression truly an incredible troll if so. And “smoke more wax than action bronson”.
Dope video and dope ass track, was that a CAgE shot? “How the fuck you went from horrorcore to lookin like a 40 year old Justin Beiber?”
Copy stay killin’ it.
Copywrite with another video off God Saves The King. One of my favorite tracks off that album and its produced by our man Stu Bangas!
My man Stu Bangas got up with Copywrite and produced some joints for God Saves the King and the shit came out dope, This is one and the latest video Workahol. God Save The King is in-stores now.