Several months ago we premiered San Diego skateboarder Ryan Bowers’ impressive lyrical chops on the DJ Premier produced “The Premier.” And now you get a set of visuals to accompany it directed by Luke Emmett.
The dynamic of duo of Royce Da 5’9″ and DJ Premier are joined by Dwele for the “You Should Know” video.
PRhyme, Boldy, and Droog make their way through Boston and, New York CIty to give fans a crazy-ass show full of that raw shit.
Mass Appeal hit the road with Royce Da 5’9″ and DJ Premier to give you an inside look at how the tour has been going down during its initial stretch. You’ll hear from Nickle as he talks about being on the road with Preemo as well as see both Boldy James and Your Old Droog accompany PRhyme on the road.
DJ Premier appeared on the LA Leakers show and told the story of how he nearly threw away the sample that eventually became the foundation for “Nas Is Like.” It’s an interesting story of how one man’s trash eventually becomes another man’s treasure.
Big Shug represents for the Gang Starr Foundation with the visuals for the DJ Premier produced “I Bleed For This.” Off of Big Shug’s Triple OGzus, which dropped today.
We know you loved the rhymes on the PRhyme album, but we also know that you also love the production that went into the collaborative project between Royce Da 5’9″ and DJ Premier. On March 10, the instrumentals from the PRhyme album will release for your listening pleasure. Pre-order right here, right now.
For several years there have been rumors circulating about a possible collaboration between DJ Premier and Eminem but nothing to date has materialized. But now, with Preemo and Eminem’s close friend, Royce Da 5’9″, releasing the critically acclaimed PRhyme album, as well as Eminem wearing a PRhyme hoodie in the Detroit Vs. Everybody video, one has to wonder whether or not these two will finally get in the studio.
DJ Premier addressed the rumors with the Huffington Post.
I don’t know if you disclose this information but there have been rumors that over the past year or so you’ve cut some records with Eminem. Any truth to that?
We never cut the records. We were going to do one and it just never materialized at the time. He scrapped those songs during the Relapse album. After PRhyme was done, I saw him when he was doing his Shady promotions and he said he loved the album and that we got to do something finally. We talked about it recently but still nothing materialized. We at least said we got to do something. At least we got to that point.
Another joint from DJ EFN’s Another Time album that brings together Troy Ave, Stalley, Scarface and DJ Premier.
After treating you to a snippet, Big Shug drops the full version of the DJ Premier produced “Off Rip” alongside Termanology and Singapore Kane.