New album from The Blastmaster KRS-One!
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This is a 32 minute mix of DJ Shadow tracks mixed by D-Styles. An exclusive promo made for hiphopsite.com when ‘Private Press’ was released.
“Grown Man Rap” was the lead track off of Blame One’s 2004 EP of the same name (released by Access Hip Hop). The long-time San Diego North County resident gives us credit for being the first to push his music on a wider scale through the EP release, plus by carrying his early CDs like Chemically Imbalanced and A Complex Burden. But I have to say all the credit is his — it’s the talent, skill, and music he creates that has made believers out of just about everyone who hears him, and the term “Grown Man Rap” applies to everything he has put out as long as we’ve known him. Through pure talent and skill the emcee conveys honesty and positivity without coming across forced or cliched. To put it bluntly…this is bullshit-free hip hop. Days Chasing Days follows up 2006’s Priest, Thief + Wizard with pride and ease; once again, with help from frequent collaborators like Exile and Kankick on the beats, Blame has made something truly special. Also featuring production by Black Milk and Oh No, plus with guest appearances by Aloe Blacc, Johaz, Sean Price, Blu and more! Blame says the ovrerall concept of the album “is about us all forming routines and patterns in our life and trying to go outside of that to accomplish something near to our own hearts.”