Thursday, December 25, 2008
Sneak peep Fatcop x Wrecords by Monkey artist series collaboration bracelets. Choose from four different designs: thumbprint, razor wire, damask, and scrolly. Very unique treatment when taken picture with flash 3M reflective reveal.
Wrecords by Monkey is a Brooklyn-based design company that bridges the worlds of fashion, art and music. Using reclaimed vinyl records, they create handmade accessories with a low carbon footprint that can be incorporated into anyone’s individual style. Their niche product, the Wrecord bracelet, comes in designs from silly to sophisticated. WBM’s full line includes bracelets, necklaces, earrings, rings and t-shirts, all inspired by the idea of relating to music lovers of every generation. Handmade in Brooklyn, NY USA
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Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Devin the Dude performs @ the Highline. We backstage with our
homie "AC" welcoming our Texas boys to the east coast. Devin is on the road again promoting his latest album, Landing Gear, along with his Coughee Brothaz crew. The fellas brought their smoked out melodies to the Highline. Devin is one sick kat to see live they put on one hell of a show. Be on the look out for the Fatcop x Devin artist collabo in the 2009.
Saturday, November 22, 2008
FC-XXL in H-Town choppin it up with Termanology while on the "Still High Tour" with Redman & Method Man.
Friday, November 7, 2008
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Friday, October 24, 2008
Monday, October 20, 2008
Thursday, October 16, 2008
Monday, September 22, 2008
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
ARTIST COLLABORATION SERIES
TEAMING UP WITH LIKE MINDED ARTISTS FROM THE WORLDS OF ART & MUSIC
The first artist in this upcoming series features TERMANOLOGY. This collaboration celebrates Termanology's debut album "Politics As Usual" due to be released Sept. 30th, 2008
HIP HOP'S RISING STAR, TERMANOLOGY, READIES DEBUT ALBUM BOASTING A DREAM TEAM CAST OF PLATINUM PRODUCERS INCLUDING DJ PREMIER, ALCHEMIST, HAVOC, NOTTZ, BUCKWILD, LARGE PROFESSOR, PETE ROCK, HI-TEK, EASY MO BEE AND GUEST APPEARANCES FROM PRODIGY, BUN B, SHEEK LOUCH, FREEWAY, LIL FAME,
"POLITICS AS USUAL" WILL BE RELEASED SEPTEMBER 30th, 2008 ST RECORDS/NATURE SOUND RECORDS
What the industry is saying about Termanology:
"Term has a unique desire for the culture because he touches the issues that I can relate to as a TRUE HIP-HOP HEAD..his flows are nice, and he stays creative with his subject matter...he even speaks for me and not every new MC comin' up can do that." - DJ Premier
"Termanology puts the MC back in MC'ing, he's a breath of fresh air in this dirty game." - Bun B
"Termanology shows he could be a leader of the new school" - The Source Magazine
New York, NY - Massachusetts -bred; New York-based rapper Termanology has now finished his official debut album Politics As Usual. One of this year's most anticipated albums; it drops September 30th, 2008 through a joint venture between Term's own ST. Records and Indy powerhouse Nature Sounds. Termanology's debut merges the best of both worlds for all Hip-Hop fans, as its meshes classic boom-bap production from a virtual who's who list of production royalty; DJ Premier, Hi-Tek, Pete Rock, The Alchemist, Havoc, Buckwild, Nottz and Large Professor all provide tracks, with Term's lyricism, swagger and bravado.
Growing up in the streets of the post-industrial, predominantly Latino city of Lawrence , MA, the half-white, half-Puerto Rican MC transitioned from silly freestyles at age nine to full-fledged records by 15. Constantly traveling between Boston and New York to pursue his music business dream, Termanology released his first 12-inch in 2002. Through his alliance with influential mixtape DJ (and fellow Massachusetts native) Statik Selektah, Term began earning the respect of Boston 's Hip-Hop scene with several highly acclaimed 12″ singles.
At the onset of 2006, Term caught his big break when legendary producer DJ Premier, whom he met three years earlier, finally blessed him with one of his signature, scratch-laden beats. "Watch How It Go Down" instantly became an underground classic and Termanology appeared on Hip-Hop's international radar. The conscious hood anthem garnered the earnest MC tons of praise, landing him in The Source's "Unsigned Hype" and XXL's "Show and Prove" columns.
Since then, Termanology has quickly climbed the industry ranks with his Hood Politics mixtape series and continued collaborations with DJ Premier and other big name producers. Term's hard work resulted in a joint venture deal with Brooklyn-based label Nature Sounds, which he signed in late 2007. "I decided to go the Indy route to have total control of everything related to my project," Term explains.
Nature Sounds is quickly becoming the indy home for classic hip-hop. During the last couple of years the label has released projects by several artists that include hip hop cult icon MF DOOM, Wu-Tang's Masta Killa (Made In Brooklyn), the debut album from Havoc of Mobb Deep (The Kush), most recently, Pete Rock's latest (NY's Finest).
Term has already set things in motion for his debut, Politics As Usual, with the recent leak of the LP's buzz-single, How We Rock," which has the Internet buzzing and features Term rocking with two of Hip-Hop's most beloved individuals, Bun B and DJ Premier (who produced "How We Rock"). Term has also shot a video for "How We Rock" and the video will be released to the masses shortly.
2.) Watch How It Go Down (Produced by DJ Premier)
3.) Respect My Walk (Produced by Buckwild)
4.) Hood Shit f/ Prodigy of Mobb Deep (Produced by The Alchemist)
5.) Float (Produced by Nottz)
6.) Please Don't Go (Produced by Nottz)
7.) How We Rock f/ Bun B of UGK (Produced by DJ Premier)
8.) Drugs Crime & Gorillaz f/ Sheek Louch & Freeway (Produced by Nottz)
9.) In The Streets f/Lil Fame of M.O.P. (produced by Hi-Tek)
10.) So Amazing (Produced by DJ Premier)
11.) Sorry I Lied (Produced by Large Professor)
12.) We Killin Ourselves (Produced by Pete Rock)
13.) The Chosen (Resurrecting The Game) (Produced by Havoc)
Friday, September 12, 2008
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Monday, August 4, 2008
Friday, June 20, 2008
Got front and back, and side to side...
Yeahhhh... Spring is definately here everybody. I'm already tired out already from all the parties.
But screw that... i'm always down for a good time.
Especially when its a BBQ with some trill ass beats.
Thats right.. this Fridays edition of Chopped Screwed and Barbecued is being hosted by none other than Texas own: Hek and Phantom of FATCOP XXL.
I'm gonna be choppin' and screwin' them Texas beats and my FATCOP homies are gonna be grillin' it up some beef and ribs and what not... Texas BBQ style of course.
Big up Song and Demen (out in CA baby, baby) and all the BK homies.
OH AND BEFORE I FORGET!
I just made a Texas themed 60 minute mixtape about an hour ago. It's so new it doesn't even have a name yet. Hit me up at: COMPLEX@TAKEOVERTHEORY.com for a free copy.
FIRST RSVP TO THIS EVENT then email me at: COMPLEX@TAKEOVERTHEORY.com and in the subject header write "I NEED SOME TRILL ASS BEATS COMPLEX!" and its yours...
RIP Pimp C
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Brand new street video from SPARK aka SPARKDAWG...
Sparkdawg is rockin the purple FC XXL "Killers" tee towards the end of the video.