Danny Brown – Really Doe ft. Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, Earl Sweatshirt (lyric video)

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(O)ther (P)eople’s (P)osts, 10.30.16

Street Named After Phife Dawg To Be Unveiled On November 19th.
And the last ATCQ album, which Phife recorded raps for, will be released on Nov. 11.
By William E. Ketchum III
[OKP]

The First Time I Listened To Hip-Hop.
A-Trak, Cee-Lo, Curren$y, Danny Brown, DJ Premier, George Clinton, Gucci Mane, Hannibal Buress, Master P, Pusha T, Questlove, RZA, Warren G, more reflect. Edited by Jacob Moore, Graham Corrigan, Alex Gardner, John Walaszek, India Nicholas, Sarah Honda
[P+P]

Ghostface Killah Reflects on the Making of His Ironman Album.
“I was 26. It was just like I was still coming off the streets. I remember one time doing the album; I even had The Delfonics with me. I had got into a shootout, they was with me. I was in one car and they were in a van in back of me watching it all go down.” By Emmanuel C.M.
[XXL]

Vince Staples and Eric André Discuss the Future.
“If Trump Becomes President I’m Gonna Be the First Jew in ISIS” By Sean Evans
[Complex]

Chuck D Adamant LL Cool J Should Nab Rock Hall Nomination Before Tupac.
“I love Tupac to death. I was there for his beginnings, but I just think there’s an order of things.” By Kyle Eustice
[HipHopDx]

Pete Rock Talks Working with Nas, Rakim, Jay Z, Kanye And Diddy Copying His Adlibs.
Talks “Shut ‘Em Down” remix, more.
[Doggie Diamonds TV]

An Interview with Billy Danze.
“I’m an R&B dude by the way. I really wrote most of the M.O.P. records to the O’Jay’s.” By Zilla Rocca
[PoW]

The Du-Rites Detail Their Seamless Funk Debut.
J-Zone & Pablo Martin on their new record: “A pro engineer would have a heart attack if he or she saw how some of the stuff was done. But a lot of the mojo of our sound comes from the imperfections in the gear and the set up.” By Nate Patrin
[Bandcamp Daily]

The Hip-Hop View of the 2016 Election With Fab 5 Freddy.
Interview starts at about 26:30 min. in. By Will Leitch & John Heilemann
[Bloomberg]

Stones Throw’s 20 Greatest Releases, in Honor of Their 20th Anniversary.
Peanut Butter Wolf’s label two decades strong. By Jeff Weiss
[LA Weekly]

Stay Away From “They” — DJ Khaled The Keys Book Sneak Peek.
“‘They’” tried to count me out. ‘They’ told me I couldn’t have a house on the ocean, that I couldn’t have a garden filled with angels. ‘They’ told me time and time again that whatever my goals were I couldn’t reach them. And I remember it all…” By DJ Khaled.
[We The Best]

Originally from egotripland.com: (O)ther (P)eople’s (P)osts, 10.30.16

(O)ther (P)eople’s (P)osts, 10.1.16

“I’m the USS Enterprise of the Bronx”: An Interview with Kool Keith.
“People are so out of time. You got futuristic flows but your soul is trapped in like ’81 or some shit. Pull your ass into time.” By Reed Jackson
[PoW]

No Country for Old (Rap) Men: Kool Keith – Shine On, You Crazy Diamond
Beyond the wackier antics of post-Ultra Kool Keith, not enough has been written about his impact and influence as a super technical lyrical maniac. By Robbie Unkut Ettelson
[Acclaim]

Danny Brown Cares About Rap More Than You Do.
“We live in an age where people listen to something for two weeks and then they throw it to the side. I make records you gotta listen to at least five times to even understand what’s going on.” By Ross Scarano
[Complex]

J Dilla Children’s Book Tells Late Producer’s Life Story.
The Life Story of James Dewitt Yancey is narrated by Dilla’s mother, Maureen “Ma Dukes” Yancey-Smith and is out November 22 as a standard printed version and an audio version featuring an USB cassette. By Ryan Reed
[Rolling Stone]

BONUS: Ma Dukes on Dilla’s prized MPC being on display at the Smithsonian’s recently opened National Museum of African-American History. By Lakin Starling
[FADER]

R&B innovator Kashif Saleem dies at 59.
Influential singer and producer was force behind Whitney Houston’s breakout single, as well as records from Barry White, Evelyn “Champagne” King and George Benson, to name a few. By Gerrick D. Kennedy
[Los Angeles Times]

ADDITIONAL COVERAGE: Soulhead piece by Matthew Allen & Wax Poetics (Issue 64) interview by Chris Williams

Why We Can’t Stop Making The Same Mistakes On Race.
Like in 1965 and 1992, America today is caught within crisis and a politics of fear. This time, can we get it right? By Jeff Chang
[FADER]

We Interviewed Lil Yachty’s Dad To Find Out Why He Can’t Name 5 Tupac Or Biggie Songs.
Photographer Shannon McCollum’s 19-year-old son is a rap star who pissed off old heads with lack of rap knowledge. By Maurice Garland
[Hip Hop Wired]

Montréal Collections: Kid Koala
A look at his studio, where his records live among the many eccentric audiophile curiosities he uses to piece together his sonic and visual illustrations. By Bruno Destombes
[Red Bull Music Academy]

Originally from egotripland.com: (O)ther (P)eople’s (P)osts, 10.1.16