Frank The Butcher continues his Los Angeles run linking with L.A. rap vet Krondon of Strong Arm Steady. Tune in as they discuss West Coast hip-hop stereotypes, his new album "Everything Is Nothing", his relationship with Dj Khahil and how his perceived "hurdles" are ultimately where his strengths are drawn from.
Previously: KRNDN – Everything’s Nothing [Free LP]
Strong Arm Steady's KRNDN (aka Krondon) got tons of new music and releases it with no cost. Tracklist and download link after the jump.
Krondon performs "7 Eleven" featuring Teeflii from "Everything's Nothing" album produced by Cardo . Directed by Kwaz "Scriptz" Fraser for Follow The Script Multimedia. 1st Video from KRNDN's solo album Everything's Nothing available 1.31.13 via strongarmsteady.net.
Da More Fire Monday - The Correct Flava To Start Your Week
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Record Of The Day: Game feat. Kanye West, Trae Tha Truth, Z-Ro, Paul Wall & Slim Thug - Rollin'
The Weeknd - High For This
Wiz Khalifa feat. The Weeknd - Remember You
G.O.O.D. Music feat. The-Dream, Mase & Pusha T - Higher
G.O.O.D. Music feat. Kanye West & R. Kelly - To The World
**Record Of The Day**
Game feat. Kanye West, Trae Tha Truth, Z-Ro, Paul Wall & Slim Thug - Rollin'
Pac Dic feat. Ty$ - The Return
Wu-Block - Crack Spot
Wu-Block - Guns For Life
Roc Marciano - Flash Gordon
Strong Arm Steady feat. Black Hippy - Pitbull Fists (Fair Fight Remix)
C Plus - Noire
Kendrick Lamar - Sherane a.k.a Master Splinter's Daughter
Kendrick Lamar - The Art Of Peer Pressure
Kendrick Lamar - Dying Of Thirst
T.I. feat. Andre 3000 - Sorry
Oh No has remixed Strong Arm Steady's album Stereotype, and we kept it a secret until the day when the beat making, mixing and mastering were all complete and ready for release. That's today. This is available for now exclusively at Stones Throw and via Stones Throw's digital subscription service - Stones Throw Digital Discography. Stereotype was originally recorded late last year with Statik Selektah on the beats, 14 tracks total. Oh No's flip of the album is a shorter album than the original - seven vocal tracks with some worthwhile Oh No interludes, 30 mins runtime, and the price is nice.
We had the homeys Mitchy Slick, Phil Da Agony, and Krondon of Strong Arm Steady drop by our studios to knock out a live one-take performance. Make sure you don't sleep on their latest album "Stereotype" in conjunction with producer Statik Selektah.
Part 2 after the jump.
After the jump, Phil the Agony and Krondon speak on the new SAS album, the West Coast and more.