Rapper Ill Bill has released a new song entitled “Paul Baloff”, which comes from his upcoming album The Grimy Awards (out Feb. 26th). The song is a tribute to the ex-singer of Exodus, one of Bill’s favorite bands from his teenage years. Bill explains in an interview with Spin, “He’s been an unsung hero of real heads. Real old-school heads who really know the real-deal stuff always give props to Paul Baloff…”
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Rapper/actor Slaine reached out to Bloody-Disgusting and was nice enough to ask if we could premier the exclusive UNCENSORED video for his song “Trail Of Blood” off his upcoming album “A World With No Skies 2.0“. ”A World With No Skies 2.0 will feature guest appearances by Everlast, ILL BILL, B-Real of Cypress Hill and Vinnie Paz of Jedi Mind Tricks. The video for “Trail Of Blood was directed by Los Silva and deals with drug abuse as well as a murderer who… well you’ll just have to find out what he does to his victims.
Jump past the break for a mini interview and the premier of Slaine‘s new video “Trail Of Blood“. Enjoy!
Craving another Top 10 list? Look no further as Brooklyn, New York rapper and producer Ill Bill sent us his Top 10 Horror Movies! This list include some lesser known classics, several of which also happen to be some of my personal favorites, so I’m definitely digging this list!
Ill Bill and DJ Muggs (Cypress Hill) collaborated on ‘Kill Devil Hills’, out August 31st. There are already two music videos out on YouTube, but if you check out the list after the jump, you can see the videos right here!
Acclaimed DJ/producer, DJ Muggs, and Brooklyn’s heavy metal influenced hip-hop artist, Ill Bill, have teamed up for a collaborative full-length record, Kill Devil Hills, to be released on August 24th on Fat Beats Records. Produced entirely by DJ Muggs, Kill Devil Hills features guest appearances from B-Real, Raekwon, Sean Price, Everlast, Slaine, Chace Infinite, O.C., Q-Unique, Vinnie Paz, Sick Jacken, and more.
Throughout his distinguished career, Muggs has established a precedent for working hand in hand with artists and creating cohesive bodies of work, rather than spreading around beats from project to project. This rings true once again on Kill Devil Hills.
“I prefer getting in the lab and actually creating projects with people instead of just sending out beat CDs,” explains Muggs. “I’m a producer in the fullest extent, where I like to not only produce an album, but craft an album. Being able to start a record from the beginning and following through with it, making sure that all the songs complement each other. I’ve always come from making albums and producing my records; I’m still into that”