Peace to DJ Eclipse for the footage.
Digging in the crates.
Some crazy samples scattered within.
Another trip down memory lane.
With Finesse & Slice-of-Spice gearing up to release the prequel to Return of the Funky Man, the indie label has been on a deep promo run, releasing free downloads and snippets here and there. For Funky Man: The Prequel, the album was painstakingly re-mastered. First offering is the original version of Fat For the 90s
Finesse recently returned from a trip to Japan where he rocked a slew of venues, and tore it down as he usually does out there everywhere. While out in Tokyo, he recorded a live set spinning a bunch of rare groove, breaks and more obscure samples including some Japanese breaks (such as that first joint
Video footage of the Funky Technician performing at the Sound Academy in Toronto last night. Up top, Finesse makes his own epic rant, better than 'Ye's before letting DJ Precision hit the decks for a routine. After the break, catch a clip of Finesse's entrance and performance of Praise the Lord and another clip of
Fineese breaks down some of the legendary instrumentals he's created for even more legendary artists, including Biggie, Large Pro and more. Peace to HHIR on the head's up. PREVIOUS: Crate Diggers w/ Diamond D (Video)
We had a chance to sit down with Legendary Percee P & Lord Finesse during Hiphop history month, which celebrates 25 years of a historical rap battle by these two. It is extremely rare to have any member of DITC in the building so we were ready for this! Take a journey into the careers
After a three year hiatus, the Bronx-born emcee rocks over some Lord Finesse on the first leak from his upcoming project, dropping September 18th.
For those of you that have been following Mac Miller for longer than his debut album, will probably remember Kool-Aid and Frozen Pizza. A track off his K.I.D.S. mixtape that sampled Lord Finesse's Hip 2 Da Game. Well.. it looks like the unauthorized sample might cost the Pittsburgh kid $10 Million as Finesse has filed