Ask and ye shall receive. Interview in the works, coming soon.@LongIslandRaps I appreciate what you do Lord. I think at some point soon you should interview Dro at length. https://t.co/TxJGO9iqf4— TOP 5 FLASH (@FlashiusClayton) July 22, 2017
On a program called Tokyo Radical Mystery Night, Chuck and Flavor kick live renditions of "B Side Wins Again," "Cold Lampin' with Flavor," "Fight the Power," "Prophets of Rage," "Party for the Right to Fight," "Rebel Without a Pause" and "Bring the Noise," with some beat-boxing, crooning and break beats thrown in for good measure.
About, I don't know, three or four years ago, I had the pleasure of not only meeting Marlo DeMore and Theravada but watching them perform together at the same Bellmore pool hall at which I spent a good chunk of my mid-20s. A couple weeks later, the place closed. Ever since then, I've been waiting for them put out songs together. Welcome as this is, the chemistry is almost frustrating, as it only furthers my impression these two might be sitting on an album's worth of the best material either of them has ever done.
Horror City impresario Superstar aka Big Supe turns up over a Nizzy Tracks beat that sounds like it was made for the 2686 dance floor, circa 2004; a contrast in styles, for sure, but a smooth departure nonetheless.
Below, check out his latest instrumental project, If I Made a Video Game, which was uploaded earlier today, along with the remixes alluded to above, including his recent take on Outkast's heretofore untouchable "Art of Storytellin Part 1."