Apollo Brown has mastered the art of the one emcee/one producer album over the past couple of years with excellent efforts alongside the likes of Skyzoo, Ras Kass, Ghostface and others. But this connection with Bay Area lyricist Locksmith is absolutely one of the highlights of his career. Check out the grown man boom bap of No Question in its entirety now.
The pairing of Locksmith and Apollo Brown was expected to give us some dope results. And this is yet another indicator of how welcoming this pairing is. “Litmus” is the second offering from their collaboration project No Question.
Apollo Brown with the beats and Locksmith with the lyrics. It’s a match made in heaven as the duo join forces for “No Question” and formally announce their joint project of the same name dropping on June 15th. If the EP sounds anything like this song, we’re in for a treat.
Apollo Brown and Planet Asia drop another video from their extremely dope Anchovies album. The video for “Deep In the Casket” finds the emcee and producer at the graveyard for added effect.
The dynamic duo of Apollo Brown and Planet Asia dropped a super dope album that you hopefully are not sleeping on with Anchovies. In the event you need a refresher course on why you need to be up on this project, look no further than the grimy video for “Get Back.”
Planet Asia and Apollo Brown have been gifting us with nothing but heat since they announced that they would be delivering a joint album. And now that project is here. Listen to Anchovies in its entirety.
Apollo Brown and Planet Asia continue to heighten anticipation of their Anchovies album with this buttery smooth overing “The Aura” accompanied with visuals.
Planet Asia and Apollo Brown have these emcees’ “Panties in a Jumble” as they prepare to drop Anchovies on August 25th.
Apollo Brown and Planet Asia are teaming up for a collaboration album titled Anchovies that will drop via Mello Music Group on August 25. To kick things off, the duo release the sparse arrangement of “Daili Lama Slang” with some lyrical assistance from Willie The Kid.
Apollo Brown & Skyzoo just returned from South Africa & Mozambique as part of “The Easy Truth” Tour. They decided to enlist some of Brooklyn’s finest (kids) to play the parts of Apollo, Skyzoo, Stretch, Bobbito, and recreate the classic 90s radio show “The Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show.” The result is a low-key vhs style video session of WKCR’s most classic program. 89.9