Recognize Your Power is an EP that Edo G and Shabaam Sahdeeq will be releasing next week Friday (October 14th and from it is a track I’m sharing with you here, and it features Ras Kass and Folis. Have a listen to “Trust Ya Self” and then understand yourself.
That collaboration between Ras Kass and Jack Splash enters a new level, as Semi Hendrix (their united moniker) welcomes in Cee-Lo Green into the mix. Yes, they gathered together to show their two-decade long friendship and now you can have a taste of the “Sex Pistol” and in the words of Apollonia, c’mon, kiss the gun.
We’re only a week away before Mello Music Group releases the collaboration project Semi Hendrix, which brings together Jack Splash and Ras Kass. Breakfast At Banksy’s is headed your way on the 16th and this song welcomes Kurupt in front of the microphone, so welcome yourself to “M.A.S.H.” and it may very well be a graveyard smash. BTW: the sample in question is “Suicide Is Painless”, get into it.
Brand new from Semi Hendrix, which is not a man or a band but two people you may be familiar with in the world of hip-hop, Ras Kass and Jack Splash. They’ve made a clip for their song “Breakfast At Banksy’s”, which features animation from RUFF MERCY and Patch D. Keyes. The video was directed by Jay Brown, so see where everyone will take you and keep on going. As a title track representative of their forthcoming album, you’ll also want to know the aforementioned long player will be out on October 16th via Mello Music Group. You may pre-order it below via Amazon.com.
Rapper Ras Kass and producer Jack Splash are united in a project they call Semi Hendrix and together they’ve recorded an album for Mello Music Group called Breakfast At Banksy’s. The album will be out on October 16th but you’re able to download one of its songs for free right now. It’s called “Jesus Pressed Mute”, and it’s just a hint of what the album will be like, as it will feature Raheem DeVaughn, Teedra Moses, Alice Russell, Kurupt, and that Cee-Lo guy. The album can be pre-ordered below via Bandcamp.
Killah priest, Ras Kass, Kurupt and Canibus have arrived as The Four Horsement and together they’ve come out with a song that is “Historic”. In this remix of the song, it features Tragedy Khadafi and they all go in for the scorch.
If you ever had the urge to kill God, now is your chance. Or at least to find out what Apollo Brown and Ras Kass had in mind when they put together the song “How To Kill God”, shot in Detroit with director Jay Brown. You can still download in full by clicking here. The song is from their Mello Music Group album Blasphemy.
Apollo Brown and Ras Kass want to know “How To Kill God” and while that may put people into a furor, there’s a reason why they titled the song this way. You’ll have to listen as to why, the death of a concept and if the concept doesn’t exist, what does that mean to the world? That may or may not be part of the concept of the song. Listen to it for yourself, courtesy of Mello Music Group.
If hip-hop were on bath salts, what would it sound like? It may look like “Giraffe Pussy, but what would that sound like? What would that look like? Apollo Brown and Ras Kass figured it out, and were able to get Royce Da 5’9”, Xzibit and Bishop Lamont to be sure that the feeling was somehow mutual. The song is from Apollo Brown & Ras Kass’ album Blasphemy, and you’re getting a chance to download the song, free of charge.