Underground hip hop stalwart, D.V. Alias Khryst, remixes “Streets Don’t Love” with some California love from Blu and Ras Kass.
The newly formed collective of Ras Kass, El Gant and J57 give some insight on just who the Jamo Gang is with a short documentary that previews a few songs.
DJ Premier properly introduces the threesome of Ras Kass, El Gant and J57, better known as the Jamo Gang.
With the impending doom of a Donald Trump presidency now imminent, Ras Kass drops the video to “AmeriKKKan Horror Story” with vivid imagery that represents the turmoil on American soil.
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JANUARY 6, 2017
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Once upon a time, Ras Kass and El Gant decided to make a supergroup with J57 at the urging of DJ Premier and Jamo Gang was born. The trio connect with Infamous Mobb’s Big Twins for the ultra-lyrical “Here We Go Again.”
Ras Kass is severely underrated when it comes to his stance on social issues and politics and how he embeds those topics in his music. With both Nottz and The Olympicks providing the production, Ras Kass drops a two-part “AmeriKKKan Horror Story,” condemning Donald Trump’s policies and touching on what’s to come under his “leadership.”
Ras Kass drops the video for “Bishop” where he’s clearly inspired by Tupac’s character who never gave a f*ck in “Juice.”
Edo G. and Shabaam Sahdeeq have recorded the Recognize Your Power EP and cut loose this joint featuring Ras Kass and Fokis titled “Trust Ya Self.” Look for the EP on October 14.
We all have those moments where we spazz out, go on a tirade, and speak our #facts. Ras uses a trap beat to vent about the current issues in Rap while parodying some (in)famous Kanye West incidents. Produced by C-Dash, hook by Atlanta’s Chiccen.