Posts Tagged ‘Kaimbr’
Underground icons Kev Brown (producer and emcee) & Hassaan Mackey (emcee) welcome yU (of Diamond District), Toine (of DTMD), Kaimbr and Eye-Q onto this elevated platform of real Hip-Hop. These are those superior flows, rhyming back-and-forth between the bros. Niceness. This is “Get ‘Em” off that “That Grit” project. Both linked below.
We’ve been checking for Stone Throw Record’s Homeboy Sandman on this site. For all the faithful (us included) the track “All That I Hold Dear” (produced by Kaimbr) is truly a bonus… and not just because the Soundcloud named it that. You can get the digital “All That I Hold Dear” EP – on which this track does NOT appear – at iTunes. Wrap your head around that one.
HOMEBOY SANDMAN – ALL THAT I HOLD DEAR (SINGLE STREAM) | (DIGITAL EP)
Behind The Beats caught up with Kaimbr to check out his beat for the Ghostface Beat Tape. He also discusses his favorite Ghostface tracks, Kev Brown getting his MPC stolen, how he passed on a beat and it ended up on a Ghostface album, and he threatens some South Africans.
This is a preview of what you can expect from this Behind the Beats mixtape which features beats from Kev Brown, Roddy Rod, Kaimbr, Grussle, Soulful!, and J-Scrilla.
New mixtape from Peter Rosenberg. Feature’s Kendrick Lamar, Action Bronson, Raekwon, Kaimbr, Skyzoo, Danny Brown, Torae, Smif-n-Wessun, & many others. Rosenberg has a nice catalog of projects and this one definitely doesn’t disappoint.
We posted the project last week and you can check it out HERE, now we get a look into how the project came together and his inspiration for it. Low Budget!!
Producer/MC Kaimbr talks about how he started making beats and how his style compares to some of his Low Budget Crew members like Kev Brown and Oddisee.
Kev Brown hooks up with Behind The Beats TV to play some beats and Talk about the Al Green project with Kaimbr. Always find it interesting to see how he works and how fluid he is with his MPC. That’s something that doesn’t come easy. It shows the amount of time he has spend perfecting his craft on his tool of choice, a lesson for producers.