Posts tagged C-Rayz Walz

Freestyle vs. Written Record Release Party

Wednesday September 10th is the record release party for C-Rayz Walz and Kosha Dillz album “Freestyle vs. Written” at The Knitting Factory NYC.    Hosted by Flex Mathews, the party will included performances by C-Rayz and KD along Y-Love, Diwon, Yak Ballz, Pacewon & Mr. Green, Homeboy Sandman, and Roebus One.  Show starts at 9pm.


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Freestyle vs. Written Explained

The title track from Kosha Dillz and C-Rayz Walz upcoming “Freestyle vs. Written” album explains the concept behind the project and how it came to be.  Right click the link below and “save target as” to download.

C-Rayz Walz+ Kosha Dillz – Freestyle vs Written

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New C-Rayz Walz and Kosha Dillz Video by The Bddder King

Here’s a little promotional video for Kosha Dillz and C-Rayz Walz song “Outro” from the “Freestyle vs. Written” album on Modular Moods.

Video by The Bddder King
Productions by Kentron Da Mastadon

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Freestyle vs. Written

My man Kosha Dillz hit me off with the press release for his flaming hot forthcoming collaboration album “Freestyle vs. Written” with NYC freestyle king C-Rayz Walz. Check out the link below and support local indie hip hop. Shit’s fire!

Click here for the full press release including full MP3 stream of the album


Indie hip-hop icon C-Rayz Walz teams up with fresh-faced, yeshiva-trained wordsmith Kosha Dillzfortwelve tracks that mix freestyle and written rhymes, classic and new-school beats, and the frantic, fast-paced energy of a single, manic 24-hour recording session to produce, yes, “Freestyle Vs. Written,” the first collaboration of its type. CMJ writes, “.. it’s both a statement of cultural solidarity and creative open-mindedness.”

It’s an album that breaks borders and pushes boundaries. Songs like “I Love Jews” and “Ariel Sharon” are packed with classic hip rock samples and party moving sounds. Boasting collaborations with Murs, Matisyahu and MF Doom between them, and gracing the covers of magazines such as Entertainment Weekly and Source Magazine and spots on MTV, the two artists are ready to take the world by storm.

This soon-to-be-classic record was produced entirely by, 19-year-old Kentron Da Mastadon, who challanges the hip hop mold, armed with an MP of psychedelic rock riffs and jazz chops weaving the perfect backdrop for this Jerusalem Zionist-meets-Black Bronx ghetto aesthetic.

* 10% of all proceeds will be donated to Netivot Israel Louna Terror Victim Fund and to the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding, an organization dedicated to strengthening relations between ethnic communities, headed by Russell Simmons and Rabbi Marc Schneier.

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