2 Feb 2009, 16:15 by TschoppyProduced by Kno and featuring emcees Natti and Deacon the Villain trading verses about the joys of tainted chocolate products, CunninLynguists‘ “Never Come Down (The Brownie Song)” is the official first single from their forthcoming double release.
26 May 2008, 22:39 by samihaSource
QN5 Music is proud to announce its network television debut with the airing of Substantial’s music video for “It’s You (I Think)” on MTV2’s Sucker Free – every day from May 27-29, 2008 @ 4 PM & 8 PM.
This Watch it! DVR it! YouTube It! Whatever you do…DO NOT MISS QN5 on the biggest music channel on television. And THEN, let your voice be heard by MTV and show them that you support Substantial and the New Hip Hop movement. We can’t stress this enough – this is a huge moment for us – let’s make good on the forward momentum and flood them with emails and positive comments.
WHERE TO COMMENT: http://suckerfreeblog.mtv.com/
WHERE TO SEND LETTERS: firstname.lastname@example.org
If we can show the world there’s enough of a buzz, this will open the doors for the rest of the qn5 collective. So, if you’re a CunninLynguists fan or a Tonedeff fan, or a PackFM fan, etc…show love for Substantial. As you can see, it all adds up. …
2 Mar 2008, 21:11 by tysonbfranceNew entries:
Donny Goines - Do It For Hip-Hop (Remix)
Inverse - Til The End featuring Trek Life and Deacon the Villain
Flintstone - Another Day
Ya Boy - Freestyle featuring Royce Da 5'9, Roscoe Umali and Faze
Gareth Emery - More Than Everything
DARKSTAR - Break
Santoz - Pictures
Dannii Minogue - Don't Wanna Lose This Feeling
Jay-Z - Cashmere Thoughts
Missy Elliott - You Don't Know featuring Lil' Mo
Basement Jaxx - Romeo
Gorillaz - New Genious
D'Angelo - Africa
Bahamadia & Rah Digga - Be OK
6 Oct 2005, 04:33 by eppjoneshttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v489/jesper07/cun1.jpg
CunninLynguists - Will Rap For Food (2001)
At the time of their debut album release CunninLynguists was a duo consisting of Kno (MC/Producer, dude holding the sign on the cover above) and Deacon the Villain (MC, on the right). This is commonly viewed as their weakest album but I'm not sure that I can agree with this. In general this album isn't as 'polished' as their later work, but the unbashful type of enthusiasm that fills the album is what makes it so good to me.
Sounding nothing like you expect a southern album to, "Will Rap For Food" jumps back and forth between funny battle rap and deep introspected songs with very little care about tracklist linearity. To me the strongest part of the album songwise are the darker songs (Mic Like A Memory f. Kory Calico & Family Ties f. Cashmere the PRO). The punchline driven songs are of more varying quality, ranging from the excellent 616 Rewind (feat. …