The first visual “Humble Pi” from the upcoming “Blasphemy.”
Tagged: Apollo Brown
The West Coast’s premiere political poet is back, Ras Kass spits razor sharp reflections over fast rising Detroit producer Apollo Brown’s most buttery beats. Special guest Pharoahe Monch grabs the mic and digs into his memory to extract the catastrophic chatter of his inner digital domain – laying waste to lesser emcees. Add to that […]
Apollo Brown, Verbal Kent and Red Pill channel their inner Chicago Bull for the latest single, “Michael & Scottie & Horace,” from their upcoming Ugly Heroes EP, dropping August 19th. Catch them touring in Europe right now with the Barrel Brothers, Torae & Skyzoo.
After Ugly Heroes’ 2013 highly respected self titled LP, Apollo Brown, Verbal Kent and Red Pill are back again with a new EP. The new EP features five new songs and 5 bonus track b-sides, including a new feature from Living Legend Murs. Ugly Heroes will also be embaring on an 18 city European & […]
The undeniably soulful “Lonely & Cold” is Apollo’s latest offering, featuring guest verses from veteran NYC emcee Roc Marciano, a champion of multisyllabic wordplay whose talents are on full display here. The cut is included on Brown’s recent, predominantly instrumental project Thirty Eight, which, according to MMG’s official description, “deftly bridges the gap between ’70s […]
On this episode of Rhythm Roulette, we travel up to “The D” to meet up with the King of ’97 Cool Edit chopping— Apollo Brown.
After Ugly Heroes’ 2013 classic self titled LP, Apollo Brown, Verbal Kent and Red Pill are back again with a new EP coming out August 19th. The new EP features five new songs (including a Murs feature) and 4 bonus track b-sides. Ugly Heroes will also being touring Europe for a few weeks this August, […]
Apollo Brown takes his “Thirty Eight” instrumentals to an NYC Park for Quelle Chris, Cavalier, Ras Kass, Has-Lo, and yU to cypher to. Join the table as they let loose rhymes over “Cellophane.”
“Thirty Eight sounds like Detroit transitioning from Heroin to Crack in the late 70s and early 80s.” Apollo Brown’s Thirty Eight is a contemporary throwback, inhabiting the realm of reverent reinvention and innovation. It deftly bridges the gap between ’70s Blaxploitation soundtracks (e.g. Curtis Mayfield or Marvin Gaye) and the hip-hop records that sampled from […]
From the upcoming Apollo Brown album “Thirty Eight.” Available Digitally, on CD w/ Bonus 5″ Vinyl, and on 180 Gram Vinyl w/ Bonus 45 this MAY 6TH on Mello Music Group.