Ladies and gentlemen what up! I've been so busy wrapping up "Oddisee 101" that I haven't had time to post in a while. With the mix-tape finished it's time to get back to this behind the scene business. It occurred to me that through out a week I get quit a few friends, artist and guest stopping pass the studio. So in light of that I'm creating a "who stopped by" post in the blog. Whenever you see a name and "stopped by" as the title your going to get a quick glimpse at what folks are working on, what they've been up to and if they're ok with it, what they recorded. So today "Quatermaine stopped by". Q is a close friend of mine and also an original member of the "Low Budget Crew". he, Kaliber and "D.J. Marshall law" form the hip-hop group "Critically Acclaimed". The group had a strong buzz between 2002 and 2005, due to some real life changes the recording career was put on hold. Q is back in the lab working on a solo album and from the looks of it fans will finally see a complete C.A. album in the near future. Peep the exclusive video of Quatermaine recording his most recent song "Giving up" produced by Kansas Cities own, "Joc Max" and a brief interview with Q about his career and being a DC night club promoter.
Quatermaine recording a verse from "Giving Up"
Interview with Quatermaine
snippet of "Giving up"
(to download this song simply click on the blue title)