In this Episode of Out Da Box Talks, Host Cril talks in depth with Talented Michigan Emcee "One Be Lo" on his earliest experiences pursuing Hip Hop, the development of the group/movement "Binary Star", and his inspiration and experience moving to the country of Egypt. He also talks in depth about his conceptual approach to his albums, as well as themes and lyrics expressed on his highly anticipated LP out now, entitled "B.A.B.Y. Being A Black Youth". We even talk a bit about his recent EP "C-Section" and tap into some of the lyrics and meaning behind the project. This interview was one of the longest interviews I've done for Out Da Box Talks but I believe it's well worth the listen, as it features a truly creative and talented Artist of our time. Take the time to listen when you can. Listen below or at this link
In this Episode of Out Da Box Talks, Host Cril talks in depth with native Boston Emcee/Singer, Producer "Lyric Jones" about her journey and development as an artist, growing to a place of getting appreciation for her music, collaborating with Phonte of "Little Brother" as executive producer on her latest Album "Closer Than They Appear", the meaning behind the title of the project and more. Lyric even takes time to break down a number of lyrics displayed on the album as well as the significance behind some of the concepts on the project. She also takes time to speak about her 2019 project "Ga$ Money" produced by Nameless, her recent NPR Tiny Desk home performance and gives insight into reasons why black men and women sometimes have conflict in understanding and respecting each other. The interview definitely goes in depth and has more content as it clocks in about almost 2 hours. I certainly hope that this listen is an insightful one. Listen below or at this link
Host Cril talks with Washington D.C. Emcee "Uptown XO" on his early journey rap, growing and developing as an artist in D.C., collaborating with Oddisse and yU to form the Hip Hop group "Diamond District", his 2 new projects "Culture Over Corporate 1 and 2", the significance of the title and more. Listen below or at this link
Brand New Hip Hop Mix from Host Cril of Out Da Box Radio, playing the latest in Creative and Conscious Hip Hop music released in the full month of October and earlier end of September 2020. This mix aired live on Oct 31st, 2020.
In this Episode 50 of Out Da Box Talks, Host Cril decided to do a LIVE show without the usual artist interview to Celebrate the 50th Episode, give updates on Out Da Box Talks, and share Hip Hop News. The show originally aired LIVE on Mixcloud on Wednesday October 28th and included music which can also be heard below or over at our mixcloud page . Here you can check the main Talk audio from host Cril with a guest phone call from Co Host A-Level near the end of the show. We talk about Emcee "Rapsody's" recent Lyricist of The Year Award from BET, Dope Hip Hop Albums and EPs recently released, Raekwon The Chef's Upcoming Memoir, Purple Tape 3, his upcoming Documentary, Common's New LP and more.
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In this Episode of Out Da Box Talks, Host Cril talks in depth with Emcee/ Producer “ILLOGIC” about his inspirations to rap and also produce, he talks about his experimental approach to music, the purpose of the successful “Super Duty Tough Work Podcast” he shares with fellow Emcee “Blueprint”, how he defines success as it relates to the podcast, his recent "Cosmogramma Interpretations EP" and the inspiration for the project. For the remainder of the interview, ILLOGIC takes the time to delve deep into the sounds, the themes and some of the lyrics on his latest Solo Album entitled “Autopilot”. He talks about his hands on approach to the LP, his first album where the rapping , producing, mixing and even photography is all done by him. He explains why he chose to title the project "Autopilot" and uncovers the meaning behind some of the intriguing lyrics on the album. This interview was a special one! I approached the questions with the intention of learning as much as I could about the Autopilot LP to get a better understanding of ILLOGIC's creative approach with the project. I certainly hope you enjoy and if you listen to the album, it enhances your experience! ILLOGIC's "Autopilot" is currently available on his bandcamp page and just updated is NOW on streaming services. You can listen to this episode below or at this link
In this Episode 48 Of Out Da Box Talks, host Cril talks with Native D.C. Emcee "Napoleon Da Legend" on his inspirations to Emcee and have a career in Hip Hop, he also talks about his upbringing and how it has influenced his perspective and thought provoking rhymes, how he got the name Napoleon, maintaining consistency as an artist and eventually getting to a place where one can enjoy the fruits of their labor. He also talks about the themes and inspirations for his recent Street Universe LP with producer Giallo Point, his The Stuff Of Legend Project with Producer Ro Data and his latest Dragon Ball G project produced by himself. The interview is quite insightful and gives a good glimpse into the creative mindset of Napoleon Da Legend. His catalog is extremely vast and there's so much to uncover with his clever approach to Hip Hop albums, but hopefully this interview introduces you if its your first time learning of him. If you are already familiar, then hopefully the conversation enhances your experience with his music. Be Inspired, Enjoy! Listen below or at this link
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In this Episode of Out Da Box Talks, host Cril talks with native Staten Island, now Baltimore, MD Emcee "Jamil Honesty" on his inspiration to Rap, growing up in Staten Island, moving to Baltimore and developing as an artist. He also talks about his collaboration with Producer "Hobgoblin" and the Marty Music series, as well as some of the themes on the latest project, telling his truth in his music, his approach as an artist and much more. Jamil's sound is very reminiscent of the raw 90's Wu Tang, East Coast Hip Hop sound but he demonstrates in his own unique way. Definitely a sharp lyricist who has a lot to offer to the hip hop artform. I certainly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this interview. Listen below and at this link