This week on Super Duty Tough Work, we’re joined by none other than “the rapper with the most chords” himself, Count Bass D. On the heels of his brand new album “CBD” that was released this week, Blueprint and Count Bass D sit down for a dope conversation about being signed during the golden era of hip-hop, how he learned production, and the musicality that’s played such a huge role in his career. This is just the first part of this interview that we will be breaking up over the next several weeks. Let’s go!
via THE COUNT BASS D CHEAT CODE – PART ONE | EP #199 feat Blueprint & Count Bass D – YouTube
Funny this topic been popping up of late…
The term “sundown town” is familiar to many African Americans.
These were towns across the United States where black Americans knew they weren’t welcome after dark.
A new ProPublica Illinois story examines the racist legacy of one such town in Illinois called Anna.
Below, a Q&A with ProPublica Illinois reporter Logan Jaffe. Continue reading
One of my favorites from the West…
King T is a legend. In 1988, Tipsy (as he’s also known) was joining MC Hammer and Too Short as one of the few West Coast acts signed to known labels like Capitol and Jive. Continue reading