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Video: Fashawn – Fashawn (Prod. by Large Professor)

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

Fashawn celebrates his born-day with a new visual for the self-titled cut that appears on his Manna EP. Shot in Queens, New York, the clip features a cameo from track producer and living legend Large Professor.

Previously: Fashawn – Proud (Video)

Its Overture Presents Nasty Nas & The Extra P (The Lost Album)

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017

What would a Nas album produced entirely by Large Professor sound like? Well that’s the question Its Overture answers for us with their latest project, which flawlessly pairs Nas acapellas with Extra P beats. Hit the jump to peep the tracklist and stream.

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Fashawn – Fashawn (Prod. by Large Professor)

Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

With his new album Manna out this Friday, Fashawn shares the project’s eponymous track “Fashawn”, produced by the legend Large Professor. This is a head nodder.

Listen below. UPDATED with a stream of “Pardon My G” featuring Snoop Dogg below.

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Nitty Scott, MC – We Are One (Prod. by Large Professor)

Thursday, December 8th, 2016


Nitty Scott connects with the legend Large Pro on a new one called “We Are One”, which will appear on the upcoming compilation project, LOADING, which is billed as “a project bring Artists in the same Frequency to Collaborate”.

Listen to “We Are One” below.

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Watch Nas & Large Professor Perform “Live at The BBQ” at SXSW

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Here’s some footage of Nas and his OG Large Pro performing the iconic Main Source cut that introduced the world to Nasir Jones at Mass Appeal’s SXSW showcase, which was incidentally titled “Live at The BBQ.”

Previously: Nas Premieres New J Dilla Collab “The Sickness” at SXSW | Dave East ft. Nas – Forbes List (Live at SXSW)

Video: Rhythm Roulette with Large Professor

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

The legendary Large Pro hooks up with Mass Appeal for their latest episode of Rhythm Roulette. After hitting Human Head Records in Brooklyn, Extra P ends up with three pieces of vinyl from Instant Funk, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes and Shirley Scott, and ends up using samples from all three to create a banger. Watch a master at work, and look out for a cameo and quick freestyle from Tragedy Khadafi.

Previously: Large Professor – New Train Ole Route (Video)

Video: Large Professor – New Train Ole Route

Monday, October 5th, 2015

Large Pro is back with a new video for “New Train Ole Route,” which appears on his Re:Living LP that dropped this past Summer. We spoke to Large ahead of the album’s release for our In The Lab series, be sure to check that out below.

Previously: In The Lab with Large Professor

Video: Tragedy Khadafi ft. Sean Price, Large Professor, Royal Flush & Starvin B – Boiler Room Cypher

Monday, August 10th, 2015

Boiler Room and Distrolord share some previously unrelease footage of a Tragedy Khadafi led cypher featuring verses from the late Sean P, Large Professor, Royal Flush and Starvin B, filmed at the Goblins Social Club about two years ago.

If Sean’s music meant as much to you as it did to me, please visit this page and help out however you can.

Spotted via Miss Info

Previously: RIP Sean Price | Rosenberg’s Tribute to Sean Price

Diggin’ In The Crates: Twelve Jewelz (Volume 6)

Friday, July 10th, 2015


Words by Daniel Isenberg (@StanIpcus)

The gems continue this week as we return with Volume 6 of our Twelve Jewelz series. This time around we’ve got a dozen more B-Sides, remixes, unreleased cuts, bonus bangers, and mixtape rarities from the ’90s and early 2000s for you to feast your ears on. Take a break from the new shit and enjoy another trip down memory lane below. And after you stream/read, make sure to click that download link at the bottom of the post to add these Twelve Jewelz to your collection!

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Video: Large Professor on Sway in the Morning

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

The god Xtra P joins Sway and company for an in-studio chat. He speaks on the lost Nas track that G-Wiz references on “In The Scrolls”, his appreciation of the work of current producers like Flying Lotus and Dibiase, watching Rakim write, his love for Slick Rick and the relevance of “A Friendly Game of Baseball” in 2015. He also names his personal Top 5 favorite producers of all time (spoiler alert):

45 King
Easy Mo Bee
Marley Marl
Rick Rubin
DJ Premier
Pete Rock (Bonus)

We spoke to Large Pro earlier his month for our In The Lab series, be sure to check that out here.

Previously: Large Professor ft. G-Wiz – In The Scrolls (Video)