This was send to us today about an artist named Maverick da Roninn called Civil War. This new artist on our radar says he’s a Gamer Not A Gangster and a lyricist striving for progression while believing perfections’ a limit. What do you think? Comment and let us know.
As you’ve seen from our feed, Mega Ran has been taking WWE entrance themes and creating Hip Hop songs. Now that CD is available for download and you can hear it below. The CD is produced by Lynx Kinetic and the following wrestlers get their themes remixed: Let us know what you think of the
With Kadesh Flow out on tour, we decided to provide him with a Limited Edition CD for the fans to buy so if you are attending any of his shows or going to one of the cons he will be at get yours now for only $6. If your not able to go to one
This month’s Nerdcore Artist of the month is one that likes to be known more as a hip hop artist rather than a Nerdcore artist hence the different title this month. His name is MC Lars. This man is one of the most known artists in the geeky/nerdcore hip hop world and is currently trying
Its Monday night and yet again as we get closer to Wrestlemania, Mega Ran has released his 3rd track off his newest album Monday Night Ran. This time he tags the theme for the tag team New Day and creates magic unicorns with it …what? I had to make that reference. Anyways, here’s Mega Ran’s
As promised, Mega Ran has released the second track off his WWE inspired CD Monday Night Ran and the track is called The Madness. This track is inspired by the Macho Man Randy Savage. It’s more of a tribute as this is his favorite wrestler. Take a listen to this track now and if you
Being a librarian, one of the things you learn is never to judge a book by its cover so when I talked to Ambush Vin about his new album Tales From the Multiverse Volume 1, it was clear we had a good dialogue going about rap music and hip hop in general. Everyone knows that
Richie Branson has down it again with another remixed album. This time, Otaku Gang takes Eminem’s lyrics and mashed it together with music from Capcom, more specifically Street Fighter. The result is a free album called Marshall vs. Capcom. It’s already gotten attention across the web from many hip hop sites and MTV as well