9 Comments

  1. Quasimoto is the utterly bizarre alter ego of production wizard/MC Madlib (born Otis Jackson, Jr.), one of the leading underground producers on the West Coast hip-hop scene. Madlib got his start with the Oxnard, California-based Lootpack, which recorded an acclaimed album, Soundpieces: Da Antidote, for Peanut Butter Wolf's Stones Throw label in At Peanut Butter Wolf's urging, the.
  2. Jan 02,  · The 2nd installment of Nasimoto combines Nas’s vocals over a musical backdrop supplied by the sequel to the original Quasimoto album, The Further Adventures of Lord Quas. “Nasimoto Vol. 2: The Even Further Adventures” features more well known gems from Nasir mixed up with production classics engineered by producer Madlib.
  3. Nasimoto | Nas & Madlib Blends Mixtape. This is a collection of instrumentals from the Quasimoto album "The Unseen" mashed-up with some of illest verses from Nasty Nas. Surviving The Times (Astro Black) Nas. Top Up. Preview. I Can (Green Power) Nas. Top Up. Preview. Thugz Mansion (Jazz Cats) Nas. Top Up.
  4. Shop high-quality unique Quasimoto T-Shirts designed and sold by artists. Available in a range of colours and styles for men, women, and everyone.
  5. May 05,  · Nasimoto - We Will Survive (Nas & Quasimoto) Diggin' Underground - Since Nas & Quasimoto - Surviving The Times Madlib Remix (Astro Black) - Duration: D .
  6. Album: Nas & Quasimoto – Nasimoto () February 12, SLIM OLD HIP HOP ALBUMS & SINGLES 0 Stream And “Listen to Album: Nas & Quasimoto – Nasimoto ()” “ fakaza Mp3 ” kbps flexyjam cdq itunes Fakaza download datafilehost Descarger torrent zippyshare download Song.
  7. Quasimoto (also known as Lord Quas) is the alter ego and side project of hip-hop producer Madlib, from Oxnard, California. Quas is known for the raised pitch of his voice that.
  8. The product of Portsmouth, New Hampshire producer D. Begun, the album features 21 tracks, each taking vocals from various classic Nas songs and smoothing them over Madlib's Quasimoto productions.
  9. Outside of Nas’ verse on the Madlib-produced “The Sickness” for J Dilla’s posthumous album, The Diary, Heads don’t have much collaborative material between the legendary MC and illustrious producer to choose from. Each has contributed greatly to Hip-Hop’s enduring legacy, and while Nas may have more commercial success in the traditional sense, there’s no denying the fervor with.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *