Nouveau Depart is a brand new album featuring collaborations between French and Israeli rappers. The Album is currently available on itunes, Amazon and all digital download platforms. Here are links to a few tracks from the album:
Here is the 2nd installment in the “59 Dinar” mixtape series. This time, collector Eran dinar and musician / writer Sagol 59 have dug deep in their record crates and pulled out numerous musical gems, to create an hour-long mix of Israeli Disco, Funk and groove tracks, recorded between 1976-1986. All songs were transferred directly from the original LPs and singles. Enjoy!
“59 Dinar” is a unique mixtape of rare, never reissued Israeli pop from the 60′s and 70′s, compiled from the original vinyl sources by Israeli musician Sagol 59 and journalist / record collector Eran Dinar. Listen to it here:
Download the mixtape, including a complete tracklist (Hebrew), Here:
Here are two cool clips featuring some of Israel’s dopest MCs ripping it at the IDC 106.2FM radio studio in Hertzlyia. DJ Lil’ Or is on the 1′s&2′s. Produced By Tomer Gershenman and Yehonatan Yehudai. Enjoy!
Z.K, Soul-J, Sagol 59 & Nechi Nech
Kashi, Tunaman, Tedross & Ortega
Sufian Ali a.k.a SufYan is a talented Hip Hop producer from Khartoum. Check out his work
“When one thinks of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, from
its long history through the present, hip-hop is not usually the
first thing to come to mind. However, if one studies hip-hop in
the state of Israel, one will find that it is inextricably linked to the
conflict there. Although its history is brief, hip-hop in Israel is
often political, including music by both Jewish and Arab artists.
These artists use their music to express their opinion about the
conflict, to define group identity, and to help the opposing side
understand their point of view. Because hip-hop has always been
linked to the conflict, it is reasonable to ask if hip-hop could thus
also be part of a solution to the conflict. Is it possible for Jewish
and Arab artists to come together through hip-hop to find
common ground in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?”………….
Corner Prophets alumnus Saz is back with a brand new track, “Wedding.” Check it out here!
You can keep up with the latest from Saz on his Facebook page, here.
Hip Hop is a global phenomenon, and its feminine voice is exposing new frontiers of creativity. Rooted in the five elements, Hip Hop has grown to nurture socio-spiritual growth and community development worldwide. As further evidence of this, World Hip Hop Market, N.Y label Nomadic Wax and Detroit’s DJ LaJedi have joined forces with artists from over 15 nations – from the U.S to Chile, from Zimbabwe to Egypt and beyond – to release World Hip Hop Women: From The Sound Up. Listen/Download here.
Round Trip Radio is a podcast about Israeli Independent Music. The current episode is all about Israeli Hip Hop.
Sagol 59 (ft. Kool G Rap)
The Lost Astronauts
Israeli-Arab (self proclaimed “Palestinian”) indie musician Jowan Safadi was born in Nazareth. He was the leader of alternative band Lenses. Jowan was detained on December 1st 2012 at the Police department of “Abdali” in Amman. He is accused of “insulting religion” during his concert last Wednesday in Amman. Read more here.