The production squadron known as the Snowgoons team up with Banish, Conway and Recognize Ali to peddle “Solid Gold Guns” in their new video.
The Snowgoons release the video for “My Advice” which features the late Pumpkinhead and showcases the official street sign dedicated to him over in his neighborhood of Park Slope, Brooklyn.
The Snowgoons use Chris Rivers as the catalyst for their latest video off of their recently released Goon Bap album titled “Keep Runnin.”
The German production squad recruit Locksmith, Skrewtape and Rite Hook for “Problems” off of their upcoming album Goon Rap.
Chris Rivers is added to the remix of Onyx’s “Dirty Cops.” Off the reloaded version of #WakeDaFucUp album produced by The Snowgoons.
Onyx has connected with The Snowgoods to revisit their #WakeDaFucUp album with some new remixes. This one finds Onyx rhyming alongside Nature, Sadat X, Steele and Ali Vegas for “The Tunnel.”
The Mash Out Posse and Onyx have launched a Kickstarter campaign for a collaborative album produced by the Snowgoons that they call the “hardest hip hop album ever.” The campaign is looking to raise $30k to release the album independently in 2016. Here’s some excerpts from the Kickstarter page.
What if the hardest step into the arena against the hardest? What if its done on a powerful soundscape by the hardest producers out there? What if 2 legendary crews step in the ring for a battle of words?
What if there is an Onyx vs. M.O.P. album produced by the Snowgoons?
To bring the hardest hip hop album ever to life, we need all of you fans to support. We need Hip Hop to support.
We are taking no shortcuts, so we have to do it the right way: Ruff Rugged & Raw. That means we have to do it Independent.