Rain City Ambience

Seattle-based Northwest music source established in 2005
  • Tag Archive: hip hop

    1. Local Spotlight : Ben Zaidi

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      We’ve worked with Ben in the past before, for his indie hip hop project Bared Grillz. Well, the multi-talented Seattle musician and producer is back from the East coast with a new project operating as Ben Zaidi, and we’re stoked to help premiere his record Sophomore. The new material represents four years of writing and a huge departure from Bared Grillz, but is as impressive and demonstrative of Ben’s wide talents as his older work. We’ve had the honor and pleasure of streaming the full album, and it is stunning. From the bittersweet marching of opening track “Faithfall” to the rapid wordplay in “Hollowed By You”, the record is a genre-spanning treasure well worth picking up. Head to Ben’s Bandcamp to stream and download at the great price of PWYW.

    2. News : Out Now – GOWE’s “Music Beautiful”

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      Seattle hip hop artist GOWE has a new record out now, Music Beautiful. Pick it up on BandCamp with last year’s sweet single “Lavender”.

    3. News : Stream BRBN’s First Single “Some.other.Time”

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      PNW hip hop artist BRBN has a new song out on SoundCloud, titled “Some.Other.Time”. Check it.

    4. News : Watch Gowe’s New Video For ‘Lavender’

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      Seattle rapper Gowe has a new video for ‘Lavender’. Check it.

    5. News : Hear The New Sol/Sam Lachow Collaboration On Kube Tomorrow Night

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      Seattle hip hop icons Sol and Sam Lachow introduced a new collaboration at Bumbershoot last weekend, and in case you missed it or wanted to hear it again, the song will be debuting on the radio tomorrow night at 6PM on KUBE 93.3. Get it.

    6. Interview : Blue Scholars

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      Summer is coming to a close, and in about two weeks town legends Blue Scholars will be gracing our beautiful Showbox at the Market with a headlining show. If you grew up in or around Seattle you know the Hip-Hop duo for their songs that illustrate our city. Since the release of their last album, the two have been bringing other projects to life. I had the chance to speak with Geo and Saba (Sabzi) earlier this summer about what they’ve been up to and what is in store for them in the future!

    7. News : Watch Grieves’ New Video For ‘Recluse’

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      Grieves has a new music video for ‘Recluse’ streaming now. Catch this key Seattle hip hop artist on the A Different Kind Of Wild Tour this Fall: tickets go on sale Friday, 7/18, for PNW shows in Victoria BC 10/2 and Vancouver BC 10/3!

    8. News : Preview- Tomorrow! Asher Roth with Chuck Inglish, Brothers From Another and Irukandji Physics Of Fusion

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      We remember Asher Roth blasting through our car speakers in the summer with the windows rolled down while we shamelessly sang the chorus to “I Love College”. Well- he’s back! Releasing his new album Retro Hash back in April, Asher Roth has just reignited a flame and there is absolutely no stopping him! Don’t miss him tomorrow night with Chuck Inglish, Seattle favorites Brothers From Another and Irukandji Physics Of Fusion on his first headlining tour for Retro Hash it going to be a party!

    9. Gallery : The Crimson Cord Tour At The Vera Project – 6/1

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      On June 1st (June already?!), Los Angeles rapper/spoken word artist Propaganda (@prophiphop) brought his album release tour to the humble city of Seattle. Only a month out from sleeper hit Crimson Cord, Prop had tour support in Humble Beast labelmates JGivens and Beautiful Eulogy, and Collision artist Swoope, who couldn’t make the Seattle date.

    10. News : Watch The Fung Bros’ New Music Video For ‘Seattle Chinatown I.D.’

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      The LA-based Fung Brothers have been tearing it up with their long-running comedy station on YouTube, but for Comcast’s 2014 Day Of Caring, the duo was invited to their hometown of Seattle to make a video about the International District. The result? A four-minute celebration of the richly diverse area, featuring familiar faces, food, and some serious fun. Watch: