The emcee formally known as Freddie Foxxx gets greasy over some Nottz production on “Flow Temperament” off of his forthcoming album Pop Duke Volume One. This is really some O.G. shit.
Freddie Foxx has linked up with Nottz for a project titled Pop Duke dropping later this year and good ol’ Bumpy Knuckles delivers us the first video titled “Grumpy Old Man.”
Bumpy Knuckles and Nottz will drop The PoPDuKe Project in 2017. To formally announce their project, the emcee and producer release “Legend” where Freddie Foxxx discusses the legends of hip hop back in the 80s.
How’s this for an ill lineup: Bumpy Knuckles, Trick Trick and Treach? Dope, right? Well the trio known as O.G.ology get busy over some Nottz production on “Tequila.” Now, if we can get a full album out of these three…
Bumpy Knuckles and Sy Ari get a DJ Premier production to explain the challenges of using a child to hurt the other parent.
“Don’t Use My Seed, to feed your emotional greed.”
No one should use their child to hurt the other parent. For those that have made their children a part of the system because they wanted to hurt the other parent, this song is for you.
Bumpy Knucks unearths the full mixed version of this song from 2006 that comes just in time as the current climate between black folks and the police is as uneasy as ever.
Thought it was time to dig back into the archives and pull something that was fitting to the emotion of the people. The subject matter never changes in these types of songs until the condition changes in our neighborhoods across the world, even then it will be a historic memory in our lives reflected in songs forever. Sometimes the frustration of injustice just grabs you by the heart and squeezes and you just want to scream “CAN I GET A BREAK?!?!? Where are the leaders that want to really help and not just line their pockets? Let’s not destroy our own communities but stand strong and protect the seniors and babies. Enjoy.
Detroit’s V Stylez drops the visuals for the J Dilla produced heat rock “Rough, Rugged & Raw” that features KXNG Crooked and Bumpy Knuckles. Off of his recently released At Odds Til I’m Even album.
Bumpy Knucks unleashes this Pete Rock produced gem from the vaults.
Despite the artwork, Bumpy Knuckles and DJ Wayne Ski aren’t out here making booty music. It’s still hard as nails hip hop here.
You may know him as Bumpy Knuckles or Freddie Foxxx but whatever name you know him as, the one thing that’s for sure is his ability to terrorize a microphone. Watch the studio get burned down in the 6th session of “Bars In The Booth.”