HHHThree and up,

In today’s edition of Pair Up I bring you a special ‘Crew + 1’ motif as we check out some already dope duos and crews who felt the need to take their ish one step further and enlist some extra firepower.


First off what else would you name a song that featured Masta Ace, Edo. G and the blastmaster KRS-One?

Although as of late, I’ve come to find KRS’s rhetoric to be abrasive and overtly preachy (not to mention homie contradicts himself every 3 interviews), I still got love for the man.  And well, when you get 3 vets of this caliber in a studio together, you can’t help but smile and remember why it is you got into hip-hop in the first place (although, if you got into hip-hop cause of a Diddy video from back in the day, this blog might come as a shock to you).

Anyway, sit back, enjoy and rock the eff out.



I love Camp Lo.  No one styles like them.  No one flows like them.  And no one knows what the eff they’re saying.  Now match that with a man whose crew is also known for having some of NY’s heaviest bars and you get some good ol’ lyrical rap.  In fact, today’s post shoulda been named ‘Good Ol’ Lyrical Rap’.

Anyway, here we go with a brand new video from the Lo’s most recent release featuring the Ghost, Styles P.


When you get one of the most influential hip-hop groups of all time to link with one of the most influential producers of all time, the assumption is you get greatness.  Right?  Great+Great=Greatness.  Right?  But at the end of the day, people also thought the same when Wayne Gretzky joined Brett Hull and the St. Louis Blues but we all know how that turned out (or maybe you don’t, I’m Canadian, deal with it).  Point being, it doesn’t always work out that way.

Thankfully, thus far, everything I’ve heard from the Souls of Mischief + Prince Paul union has been ill.  I gave you the MPfree last week and now I give you the video.


This has nothing to do with anything aside from the fact it’s crazy ill.

The Muppets do Bohemian Rhapsody?  Yep.

It’s a good day to win.

Get it.