Legendary Hip Hop producer Domingo has been digging in the dusty archives of the underground in search of hidden gems to release thru his label ThatsHipHopMusic.com and he has uncovered none other than a vintage sounding, melodic traditional Hip Hop classic that transcends the listener back to the 90’s. With BoomBap beats, soulful flavas and intelligent reflective lyrics this underground hit will bring a shine to your soul.
The brand new single ‘Diamond in the dirt’ from UK based Hip Hop duo ‘Seven Spherez’ brings the listener a sense of nostalgia while bringing a cutting edge current day vibe, featuring the silky vocals of Manchester based vocalist ‘Prima’ and Dj TMB adding his touch with the cuts this track is set for rotation as a summertime anthem.
Taken from the ‘BoomBap x Timbo Boots album, the second edition to the ‘BoomBap Trilogy’ hitting the streets on 17th May, available through thatshiphopmusic.com and all digital stores. Check out the official video now.
The Most Epic Hip Hop Showdown took place on February 17, 2017 between Big Daddy Kane vs. Kool G Rap. These 2 Hip Hop Legends went song for song in battle that Hip hop fans have debated for years of who is the better of the 2. Thanks to That’s Hip Hop LLC and The Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg, PA (Poconos) for bringing Hip Hop fans what they have been wanting for years.
The Sherman Theater and Domingo of That’sHipHop.com are bringing the legendary mc’s, Big Daddy Kane and Kool G Rap to Stroudsburg, Pa. Tickets go on sale TODAY. Be sure to order while you still can. The box office see the flyer below for information.
Legendary Producer and Owner of That’s Hip Hop Music, Domingo, executes “Kill At Will: The Final Chapter” with exemplary B-Boy beats, bona fide to Hip Hop! Some might view this video as a comical cartoon or Hip Hop meets Halloween, but that is hardly the case. “Kill At Will: The Final Chapter” is quite the opposite as displayed with the phenomenal and undeniable word play fiercely delivered by Chris Rivers, Token, Joell Oritz, Snow Tha Product, and Hip Hop’s original lyrical master Big Daddy Kane.
In the millennium we live in there are masses of emcees, rappers, and record labels that mask and try to emulate Hip Hop. The new generation and the original generation of Hip Hop have joined forces to rid those masses, evident by Big Daddy Kane’s appearance and powerhouse lyric, “When you stop bleeding that’s when my men will pause”. Just like in the genre of Horror there is only one Freddy, only one Myers, only one Jason, and only one Leatherface!