Posts Tagged ‘Sadat X’

Vast Aire Feat. Sadat X & C-Rayz Walz – Monster

New track from Vast Aire featuring Sadat X & C-Rayz Walz off his latest project A Space Iliad EP available now. Continue reading “Vast Aire Feat. Sadat X & C-Rayz Walz – Monster” »

Video: Fokis Feat. Livin Proof & Sadat X – Lyrical Homicide

Lyrical Homicide is the 4th Video off Fokis’ A Vintage State Of Mind mixtape.

Mixtape: Fokis – A Vintage State Of Mind [Hosted By Sadat X & DJ Chonz]

Tracklist and download link after the jump…

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Fokis Feat. Sadat X & Livin Proof – Lyrical Homicide

For the next leak off of his upcoming Mixtape “A Vintage State Of Mind,” (available 2/21/2012) Fokis enlists Sadat X and Livin Proof (fun fact, Livin Proof was once signed with Memphis Bleek and was featured on the track “Get Low” from Bleek’s “534” LP) for an exercise in “Lyrical…

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Fokis Feat. Sadat X – #Justsayin

January 23, 2012  |  Music, New Singles  |  , ,  |  No Comments

#Justsayin’ Ft. Sadat X (of the Legendary Brand Nubian Crew) is the second single off Fokis’ upcoming “A Vintage State Of Mind” Mix Tape (Hosted By Sadat X & Mixed By DJ Chonz) which will be available 2/21/12. Scratches performed by DJ Chonz.

Download: Fokis Feat. Sadat X – #Justsayin

Video: Jay Billion Feat. Sadat X & Eeva – Big Bills II

August 29, 2011  |  Music, New Singles  |  , , , ,  |  No Comments

This video was shot in two different continents. Jay Billion and Sadat X (Brand Nubian) shot their parts in BKNY, while Eeva recorded and filmed her parts in Belgrade, Serbia. This song is blending what many call real hip hop with the future incarnation of where the music is headed.

Video: Trinity [A.G., Sadat X, DJ Jab] – 20 In

May 12, 2011  |  Music, Videos  |  , , , , ,  |  No Comments

Two decades and countless classic albums into their already legendary careers, Sadat X, A.G., and DJ Jab step it up again with “20 In”: a second coming single that celebrates the group’s roots and calls out contemporary (con) artists. Trinity turns the mirror on today’s hollow hustlers by begging the…

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