Tuesday, 24 December 2013
Wednesday, 18 December 2013
The creator of 93 Still is back again with the new video remix project, Bap City. Featuring grimey 90s New York hip-hop artists M.O.P., AZ, Kool G Rap, and The Beatnuts, it takes you back to the days of 40 Below Tims and Champion hoodies, and showcases the harder side of hip hop's Golden Era.
"Everyday in high school, I would come home and watch Rap City," says Gummy Soul founder Wally Clark. "That's how I would discover some of the more underground artists of the time, such as Teflon and Smoothe Da Hustler. I wanted to create a block of videos that could be viewed together, and would capture the essence of watching Rap City in the 90s."
Filled with dark, grimy samples, over hard boom bap drums, Bap City is the perfect soundtrack for these freezing winter nights. So strap on your Tims and hoodies and enjoy Bap City.