From his Living Legends days until now Murs has been a relevant staple in the hip-hop community and culture. He is unapologetically straightforward about all things which made for great conversation about everything from his career to his community. After the show at the Neurolux we walked down to Wetos[…]
Shouts to Trav G for holding down the first half of the show as I was stuck at San Francisco International airport. He decided to play classic diss tracks until I showed up. This show is a blend of the new and the old. We hope you enjoy! Be sure[…]
He’s been described as a “backpack rapper”, a young dude that’s out there spitting knowledge on politics and the Hip-Hop culture and history as whole. He made himself known by performing at E.E.’s The Launch event, and has been running since he hit the ground…
Andy O: So why did you decide to call it Weapon X?
Clev Speech: I came up with the name Weapon X because although the album only had four tracks on it, each one was very distinctive, cause on the mic I’m really versatile. As if I’m so good at what I do, that I must have been genetically altered for the game. Its like taking the best of various emcees and putting it all in to one person, so there’s little room for error. Also it’s a nod to one of my favorite comic book characters, so it has a bunch of different meanings to say the least.