Backed by The Roots, Talib performs a new track off his upcoming Indie 500 project with 9th Wonder.
G. Huff makes "Be Easy" an all-Ohio affair like the 1980 Governor's Cup.
Hi-Tek back? Hopefully...
With his Kendrick Lamar-assisted single on the horizon (we'll be premiering it right here on 2DBZ soon enough), Scoe decides to let loose a Hi-Tek produced banger. The Influence is coming soon! DOWNLOAD: Scoe - End Of Summer (prod. Hi-Tek)
TM lets loose a new video for the A Da Business-assisted cut off his Thoughts From Detention EP. PREVIOUS: Terrace Martin – Right Here (rmx) f. Erk Tha Jerk | Do It Again f. Kendrick Lamar & Wiz Khalifa (Video)
During a tour of TekLab Studios in Cincinnati, Hi-Tek speaks on the plaques hanging on his walls, being apart of those projects and the beginning of his career. Shouts to DP.
Of course this is all in jest, but it's kind of dope to see the comedian alongside Hi-Tek, Talib Kweli and more at Tek's Teklab Studios fooling around on the MPC. Let me find out someone swacks this beat and decides to rap over it, though... Props to the homie Spintelect.
This was my absolute favorite track off Game's debut album, and now the guy behind the original version of "One Blood" sent over the original, Tony Yayo-less version of the Hi-Tek-produced banger with a pair of verses from Dion. Dopeness. DOWNLOAD: Game - Runnin' f. Dion (prod. Hi-Tek) [Original] | Mediafire
So it seems that Hi-Tek himself let this formerly vaulted track from Big Pooh and Phonte go the 50 Cent way: via YouTube. Props to Spintelect for the heads up. DOWNLOAD: Little Brother - I Got Work For Ya (prod. Hi-Tek) | Mediafire
Go behind the scenes with Fashawn during his leg of The Gutter Rainbows tour alongside Talib Kweli. Head down bottom for footage from the Indiana stop of the tour, where Reflection Eternal unites on stage to perform "The Blast."
Bring It Back: Hi-Tek - Music For Life f. J Dilla, Nas, Common, Busta Rhymes & Marsha Ambrosius 
There is a gift and a curse with having to restore your iPod. Obviously it's a pain in the ass to find and add all the music again, but it also gives you a chance to come across some shit you haven't heard in awhile. Like today, I got to Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek's respective
George Kush is gearing up to drop his new project, THC (The Hustler's Catalog), in the near future, and this Hi-Tek-produced cut is the first offering from it. I'm gonna put it out there: Hi-Tek has been the Ghostface Killah of production (meaning, consistently consistent) for well over a decade now, from 50 to Talib