DJ Chilly Chill on Ice Cube, Lench Mob & West Coast Hip Hop | Down With The Kings

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The man who produced many of the hits off Ice Cube‘s solo debut album “Amerikkka’s Most Wanted” DJ Chilly Chill stops by the next edition of Down With The Kings on Maximum FM Hip Hop.

Chilly breaks down the history of The Lench Mob, new projects on the horizon and describes his experiences as the only DJ for female rapper Yo-Yo. All that and more on #DWTK.

Down With The Kings can be heard exclusively every Wednesday night at 11pmEST on Maximum FM Hip Hop

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Toronto Hip Hop History with Don Carlito | Down With The Kings

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Don Carlito aka B-Kool is one of the pioneers of the Toronto hip hop scene that was part of a movement that elevated rap and hip hop culture to new heights north of the border and helped put the genre on the centre stage. This former Juno award reflects on the early days of the Toronto hip hop scene, his music and what to expect from him coming down the pipe next on this special edition of Down With The Kings!

Stetsasonic’s Daddy-O on #EverybodyButKRS

After more than a decade since the release of his last solo album, the legendary Daddy-O of the hip hop band Stetsasonic offers up his brand new solo effort #EverybodyButKRS.

The album title pays direct homage to the lyrical skills of another legend in the hip hop game, KRS-ONE while directly challenging his peers at the same time to step up their game and take back hip hop because as it stands, no one can even come close to challenging Daddy-O’s lyricism…with the exception of one person.

As Daddy-O said in an interview with Down With The Kings, “The only guy I could give the ultimate props to is KRS – he’s the only guy to me untouchable in hip hop. He’s the only hip hop untouchable so I said well, everybody else is fair game.”

The album is a collection of edgy hard hitting beats with a bevy of truthful and clever rhymes.  When asked what KRS-ONE thought of the show of respect Daddy-O said,”He’s going to be surprised, He doesn’t even know that I have that much respect for him. He knows I love him but he doesn’t know that I have that much respect for him.”

Pick up the new album on Odad Truth Records via iTunes or Rap Central Station (RCSMusic.com)

Check out the full interview below:

Down With The Kings can be heard exclusively every Wednesday night at 11pmEST on Maximum FM Hip Hop

Log on on MaximumFM.ca to check it out or download the Maximum FM app.

King Sun is Down With The Kings!

Down With The Kings is joined by veteran Brooklyn MC, King Sun to the next episode on Maximum FM Hip Hop.

King Sun gained underground attention after his 1st album “XL” in 1989 which was released on Profile and featured “Hey Love”, “Its A Heat Up” and several B-Boy classics.  This legend is deeply rooted in the hip hop game, never known as one to hold back King Sun keeps it real  and shares personal behind the scenes stories from the likes of LL Cool, Lauryn Hill, Wu-Tang Clan and Run DMC.

 

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