LEST WE FORGET: Revisiting Prince Ali’s 2007 Album ‘Curb Side Service’
the album Curb Side Service through Hieroglyphics Imperium, and it was pretty damn good. Ali is album, Ali follows the example of Hieroglyphics homies in demonstrating his verbal dexterity. He starts the leads on the TV show The 4,400. He linked up with Hieroglyphics Imperium, and according to Hieroglyphics
Happy Birthday to Opio Lindsey of Souls of Mischief, Born April 22, 1974
a member of Hieroglyphics and Souls of Mischief, MC Opio sometimes breaks off into a solo career , often with left-field producers at his side. His solo debut came in 2004 when the Hieroglyphics Hieroglyphics
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Del the Funky Homosapien’s ‘I Wish My Brother George Was Here’
with descendants of Del and the Hieroglyphics. Their influence remains squarely intact, and they’ve got the holiday to prove it. LISTEN: -side to “Mistadobalina,” was the first Hieroglyphics posse cut, featuring verses from Casual, Tajai stars of the show are, of course, the Hieroglyphics crew. Hieroglyphics is comprised of many artists Homosapien). And it’s safe to say that without Del, there would be no Hieroglyphics. Without his debut A lyrically coherent and sonically funktastic album, Del’s debut long player laid the groundwork for the evolution of the Hieroglyphics crew. Hieroglyphics
Happy Birthday to Tajai Massey of Souls of Mischief, Born April 21, 1975
consortium known as Hieroglyphics. The group consists of four erudite but hardcore MCs -- A-Plus, Phesto Hieroglyphics
PLAYLIST | Portrait of the Artist Volume 10: Hieroglyphics
& Tajai), Casual, Domino, Pep Love, and DJ Toure, the Hieroglyphics crew have rather remarkably below, and if you like what you hear, be sure to dig deeper into Hieroglyphics’ discography and PLAYLIST | Portrait of the Artist Volume 10: Hieroglyphics Hieroglyphics check out the goodies at the Hiero Imperium store. EXPLORE Hieroglyphics’ Discography via Official Store | Amazon | iTunes LISTEN:
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of the Hieroglyphics Crew’s Debut Album ‘3rd Eye Vision’
Happy 20th Anniversary to Hieroglyphics’ debut album 3rd Eye Vision, originally released March 24 fan interaction. In order to remain in the consciousness of their fanbase, Hieroglyphics turned to TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of the Hieroglyphics Crew’s Debut Album ‘3rd Eye Vision’ label, they were soon angling to sign with another. The Hieroglyphics crew began their musical instead of scrambling to find an in with, say, Capitol Records or Tommy Boy, Hieroglyphics went a Hieroglyphics Hiero artists were hot commodities. The members of Hieroglyphics created the Hieroglyphics Imperium
NEW MUSIC WE LOVE: Del The Funky Homosapien + Amp Live’s “Wheel Of Fortune”
Bay Area hip-hop legends Del The Funky Homosapien and Amp Live. The Hieroglyphics crew’s elder "Wheel Of Fortune" is the first single lifted from the Hieroglyphics elder statesman & Zion I co
Happy Birthday to Del The Funky Homosapien, Born August 12, 1972
album, No Need for Alarm. No Need for Alarm saw the introduction of the Oakland clique Hieroglyphics label. Del also released another collaborative work with the Hieroglyphics crew in 1998, which was also Hieroglyphics website in tape form, but was re-released in 2002 under the Hieroglyphics Imperium the Hieroglyphics crew's first album: 3rd Eye Vision. Two years later, Del released his fourth solo .” 2003 saw the release of Full Circle, the second full-length album from the Hieroglyphics crew. In
100 Most Dynamic Debut Albums: Souls of Mischief’s ’93 ‘til Infinity’ (1993)
growing up in Oakland, California. It was also the album that first earned the Hieroglyphics collective
PLAYLIST | Portrait of the Artist Volume 15: Boot Camp Clik
prolific among these were the Bay Area’s Hieroglyphics crew comprised of Del the Funky Homosapien
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 10 Years of Del the Funky Homosapien’s ‘Eleventh Hour’
Hieroglyphics crew, side ventures like Deltron 3030 and Gorillaz, and occasional forays into funk, rock and
Show & A.G.’s ‘Full Scale’ Turns 20 | An Anniversary Retrospective
us some incredible hip-hop from sizable collectives: Wu-Tang Clan, Juice Crew, Hieroglyphics, Boot
Rasco’s Debut Album ‘Time Waits For No Man’ Turns 20 | An Anniversary Retrospective
unnoticed. Built on the DIY ethos of forefathers like Too $hort, the Hieroglyphics crew, and E-40
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Ultramagnetic MCs’ ‘Funk Your Head Up’
as disparate as De La Soul to Y’all So Stupid to the Hieroglyphics collective. However, the critical
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