Today's mathematics is Equality.
First the Juice Crew, now this!? Mega does it right.
More newness from Bishop Lamont, this time connecting with the God Lord Jamar for a thought provoking burner; Paul Cabin on the boards. The Reformation coming soon! PREVIOUS: Bishop Lamont – Ol’ Skool
This kinda... hurts to hear this. I was raised on Lord Jamar and Brand Nubian's socially-conscious music, so to see this come from way out of left field is not only unexpected, but really isn't warranted in my opinion. I mean, people are still worried about how the next man dresses? I'm sure others will
For the God's latest leak, Lord Jamar drops science about the fear-monger pushers over at the media conglomerates, and in particular, their morals, or lack thereof. DOWNLOAD: Lord Jamar - N.Y. Timez f. Lord Superb (prod. Big Throwback) PREVIOUS: Lord Jamar – .45 Caliber
With Sadat X recently dropping off a couple things, the Brand Nubian member releases the second single off his upcoming album, Known Associates. DOWNLOAD: Lord Jamar - .45 Caliber
Off Group Home's upcoming album, G.U.R.U. (Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal), dropping September 28th. DOWNLOAD: Group Home - Up Against the Wall f. Lord Jamar & MC Ace | Mediafire
Pacewon joins Staten Island's Conflict Petey Green for a Lord Jamar produced joint off his upcoming mixtape, Looseys. stream DOWNLOAD: Petey Green - Maintain f. Pacewon (prod. Lord Jamar) | Mediafire BONUS: Petey Green - Follow Me | Mediafire
In part 3 of Grand Puba & Lord Jamar's conversation about their early days in the studio; they speak... ...about their early days and their aspirations coming into the music business, when the game was less about money and more about earning the respect of artists and musicians who you respected. They also talk about
What was your favorite Grand Puba/Brand Nubian song (if you have one)? Mine is Puba's "I Like It (I Wanna Be Where You Are)." Mikey Fresh also caught up with Puba, and that can be seen after the cut.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Io-dL7qvLR4&feature=player_embedded] Grand Puba and Lord Jamar talk about their early days in the studio. From smoking weed to drinking 40s, working multiple jobs and staying up all night to make classic hip hop. And classic hip hop is what they (Brand Nubian) made. And incase you didn't know, Puba is dropping a new album on