EvillDewr‘s Soul De Rey 2 has been getting a lot of attention check out his writeup from the Boston globe: DJ/producer EvillDewer may not be on the level of someone like, say, Madlib — he would need 20 years of experience, a half-dozen aliases, and to release a new album every month (like the LA … Continue reading
Scope Artist Catch Wreck sat down with Kevin Emile of Spare Change News to talk about his career in hip-hop, how he wound up where he is, what its like working with a band and what to expect down the road. You can purchase Catch’s albums from the Scope Music store. (Via RapperSlashBlogger.com) SOURCE: www.sparechangenews.net Bohemian Beats: SCN Chops It Up with … Continue reading
Scope’s Catch Wreck and Jake sat down with The OverLook Magazine to discuss the Scope movement, how we got started and where we are headed. The OverLook Magazine is for people who are being “overlooked” for their talent. TOVLK Mag gives people an opportunity to be heard and seen throughout the world.
Scope Urban Apparel, the Scope Artists and DJ Leah V have teamed up to present the first ever #ScopeTape – “Born on the First of U-Lie” – the Scope Tape Vol. 1 will feature original and exclusive tracks from Catch Wreck, Retrospek, George Watsky, UNO the Prophet, Anjuli Stars, Sweatshop, O.T.O, EvillDewer, Kairo, MeTaL, Pause, … Continue reading
The Last Poets Juneteenth Show was written up in the Dorchester Your Town Section: The smooth sounds and righteous lyrics of “The Last Poets,” a direct link to the creators of modern hip-hop and spoken word poetry, will be coming to Roxbury this Saturday. … “The audience can expect to hear some fiery poetry dealing … Continue reading
Colneth Smiley Jr. of the Boston Herald ran a piece last week about the Last Poets and their historic show in Boston Juneteenth: The revolution will be lyricized. Tomorrow night, iconic spoken word and musical group the Last Poets will perform at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury. The event honors June-teenth — an African-American holiday that … Continue reading
Bridgit Brown did a write up for WGBH Arts about the Last Poets Juneteenth Show: No discussion about the history of Rap or even about the history of contemporary Spoken Word is complete without mentioning The Last Poets. On June 16th, Abiodun Oyewole, Babatunde Don Eaton, and Umar Bin Hassan of The Last Poets will … Continue reading
The show we are doing on June 16 just got a great write up in the JP Gazette. On Saturday June 16, 2012 we are bringing The Last Poets to Boston for a Fundraiser show to benefit the Blackstonian and the Feed the Hood / Fill Your Fridge Programs. There will be a Youth / … Continue reading
Last week we had the pleasure of joining the Queens of Beats Rhymes and Life at UnRegular Radio once again to talk about the past year, the new line, new moves and to (continue to) saturate the airwaves with Scope Artists. The first segment of the show was a great interview with Lawrence MA artist … Continue reading
Scope Artist and CCRMG fam EvillDewer had his latest project R?P \ ‡§H reviewed by the Boston Globe: You can purchase a download of R?P \ ‡§H for the low price of $2.99 – limited time only. Go support the homie!