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Blaq Poet feat. MC Eiht & Young Malay – Ain’t Nuttin’ Changed (Queensbridge To California Remix) [CDQ]

Monday, June 15th, 2009


There was a radio rip of this floating around, here’s the CDQ version.

Blaq Poet feat. MC Eiht & Young Malay – Ain’t Nuttin’ Changed (Queensbridge To California Remix) [CDQ]

Hit the jump for the flyer for Blaq Poet’s release party for The Blaqprint on at S.O.B.’s on June 30th.

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Blaq Poet’s The Blaqprint (Album Sampler)

Monday, May 18th, 2009


…and now Blaq Poet, in conjunction with DJ Premier and Year Round Records are proud to bring you Tha Blaqprint Album Sampler. Totaling 21 minutes and 15 tracks, Tha Blaqprint album sampler cuts from track-to-track giving fans a taste of what to expect when the full-length drops on June 30.

The sampler, which includes the fan favorites “Ain’t Nuttin’ Changed,” “Voices,” and the recently-circulating “Hate” featuring fellow Queensbridge native N.O.R.E., is full of the gritty, New York boom-bap sound that fans have grown to know, love, and expect from a Blaq Poet album. Musically, the one-and-only DJ Premier, who produced all but two tracks on the album, is responsible for providing that sound, and throughout listening to the sampler it becomes clear that neither Poet nor Premo have disappointed. Tha Blaqprint will be available June 30 via Year Round Records via Fat Beats Distribution.

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Video: DJ Premier Speaks on Tha Blaqprint

Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

Blaq Poet’s new album Tha Blaqprint has the cosign that most rappers would give a limb to have. That co-sign is DJ Premier and in this new short video, his praise to Blaq Poet is front and center stage. The video features Premier talking Tha Blaqprint and he’s so excited about the new album he can’t sit still. Watch and listen as Preemo spins in circles (literally) and discusses Poet’s history in the game and what makes Poet unique. Poet’s signature hard-core sound is only one of the many reasons why DJ Premier crafted all but two of the Tha Blaqprint’s beats and made it the debut release on his new label, Year Round Records.

As Premier details in the video, Blaq, a native and current resident of the Queensbridge projects, first made a name for himself in 1987 and has had continued success over the years through work with his group, Screwball, and as a solo artist. After his initial work with Screwball, Blaq released his first solo LP, 2006’s Rewind: Deja Screw, and he is looking to follow that success on June 30th with Tha Blaqprint. Featuring the gritty, New York boom-bap sound that Poet and Premier helped pioneer throughout their illustrious careers, the album will serve as a return to hip-hop’s original rawsounds.

Previously: Blaq Poet & DJ Premer – The Blaqprint EPK (Video)