Free – William Cooper Feat. Stoneface

New video from William Cooper for Free featuring Stoneface, produced by BP off of Cooper’s Beware of the Pale Horse album, the song also features a great John Adams quote from the HBO series as well.

Free – William Cooper Feat. Stoneface

Kids In The Street (Video) – Hell Razah

New video from Hell Razah for Kids In The Street off of his new album Heaven Razah in stores now, all proceeds go to Razah and his family

Cinematic – Hell Razah

Some dope new music from Hell Razah, Cinematic where he kicks that Blaxpoitation flow over some 4th Disciple production, off of Heaven Razah in stores later this month.

Cinematic – Hell Razah

Bring It Back – William Cooper Feat.9th Prince & Nature

New video from Black Market Militia member William Cooper for Bring it Back featuring 9th Prince (Killarmy) & Nature (The Firm)

Bring It Back – William Cooper Feat. 9th Prince & Nature

Posse Cut – R.A. The Rugged Man Feat. Hell Razah, Jojo Pelligrino & Blaq Poet

R.A. The Rugged Man teams up with Hell Razah, Jojo Pelligrino & Blaq Poet for Posse Cut which appears on his new album Legendary Classics Volume 1.

Posse Cut – R.A. The Rugged Man Feat. Hell Razah, Jojo Pelligrino & Blaq Poet

The Renaissance – R.A. The Rugged Man Feat. Timbo King, Hell Razah & Tragedy Khadafi

R.A. The Rugged Man teamed up with members of the Black Market Militia (Tragedy Khadafi, Hell Razah & Timbo King) for The Renaissance a few years back and will also be featured on his upcoming Legendary Classics Volume 1 due out 10-27-09.  http://hulkhatetimetravel.com/2009/09/03/legendary-classics-volume-1-r-a-the-rugged-man/

The Renaissance – R.A. The Rugged Man Feat. Hell Razah, Timbo King & Tragedy Khadafi

Funny Vlog from Mr. Crustified Dibbs where he does his best Joe Budden impersonation, touches on how the music industry has Hip-Hop all fucked up, racist e-mails, Lil Wayne being over-rated and name dropping. 

Hell Razah & Shyheim- Co-Defendants

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When Wu was in its prime no one could even come close, I remember when Wu dropped “The Swarm” vol.1 album and it indeed packed many a gem. One of the standout songs was a track that would be staple in my life called “Co – Defendants” (Shyheim & Hell Razah). The beat is distortion of a man screaming for his life over rugged drums that engage you as you listen more. The song was so raw ,it expressed the feelings of many young youths of that time (like myself). This track always makes me reminisce over my nigga Rob V and how much we would pump this shit, RIP my nigga i miss you.