Netlabel Day has arrived again, and as always, we at blocSonic have you covered with four releases for you to enjoy! When done with ours, head on over to the official Netlabel Day website to check out many more new releases or to learn more about the event.
The return… Read more
P.U.C.K. returns with the second single from their new album!
Today we’ve got “H.F.I.C. (Hockey Fight In Canada)”, the second single from the new P.U.C.K. album “MAPL Theory” for you to bump! Also included is Cheese’s funky fresh Maximum Emcee Mixx of “The Odd Man Rush”, the remixed posse cut… Read more
It’s been six years since we’ve heard anything from the D3Zs. Perhaps them stopping by Tha Bloc Report to talk with Pot-C is a sign that something is in the works? We can only hope!
In addition to learning what’s new with those guys, Pot-C catches us up with what’s… Read more
Remember back in the 80s and 90s when producers like Marley Marl and Terminator X would get together with their team of vocalists and put together an album of true dopeness? Yes? No? Well, whether you do or not is irrelevent to you enjoying this exceptional new album that C-Doc… Read more
Today we drop the the D3Zs’ dope continuation of the Bloc Party that began with Cheese N Pot-C. Clocking in at damn near an hour long… this maxi-single is mega and packed with remixes and exclusives for heads to nod to!
A very special thanks to D3Zs, CM aka Creative,… Read more
Today the D3Zs make their blocSonic album debut with the funky fresh new album Zenpin Hangaku, which translates to ‘everything half price’. If somehow you missed the previous D3Zs releases, they’re an international hip-hop crew consisting of members from Japan and Canada.
For those of you who fondly recall the… Read more
Scheduled for next Tuesday is the release of, Zenpin Hangaku, the blocSonic debut album from the international Hip-Hop crew, the D3Zs. Today we’re dropping the first single from that album, “U Got It Bad”. If this single is any indication (it probably is), the album is going to be on… Read more
Back in 2008, a funky netlabel called Random Flow was dropping dope hip-hop releases, one after the other. It quickly became one of my favorite netlabels at the time. Sadly, in 2009, RF released it’s final release.
When it was apparent that RF was inactive, CM aka Creative was the… Read more