Posts Tagged ‘Baby Blak’

Philaflava: Take It Personal (Philly Hip-Hop Tribute)

Friday, March 3rd, 2017
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Episode 6 is our longest one yet and for good reason. This isn’t your typical Philly hip-hop show, this is the official Philly hip-hop tribute show. Chock-full of Illadelph classics, along with our special tour guides Vinnie Paz, Maylay Sparks, Baby Blak, CHOPS, Todd Wolfe and MarQ Spekt to help navigate you through the two one fifth. Unlike the ewoks, our episode VI won’t disappoint. So whether you’re from Philly, know of Philly or even like Philly, you can’t front on our music. We’re more than just cheese steaks, soft pretzels and Rocky Balboa, we’re home of some of the greatest musicians ever. If you’re a fan of Schoolly D, Steady B, 100x, Bahamadia, Freeway, Tuff Crew or The Roots — we got you! –Philaflava

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Maylay Sparks

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010
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The longtime homie Maylay Sparks is prepping his upcoming album “Flaskworthy” as well as the Stupit Amerikans album later this summer. Album will feature J-Ro (The Liks), K-Skillz, Lord Jazz (L.O.T.U.G.), Rasco, Sadat X, El Da Sensei and Big Twin.

Flaskworthy finally drops in physical form on both wax and CD. For those interested check the banner below for retail and online ordering options. –Philaflava

Maylay Sparks interview


Baby Blak – Evolution (prod. LG)

Sunday, September 20th, 2009
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Our homie LG sent this new Blak track to us. For those not familiar with LG’s work you should be, he’s worked with Ill Al Skratch, Nas, Big Daddy Kane, Canibus and 2Pac just to name a few. He’s also the younger brother of Easy Mo Bee and a talent in his own right.

Baby Blak is back on his Philly shit. One-time member of one of 215’s illest underground group Ill Advised, where you can catch up on all there shit by clicking here.

Check out the new single by Blak “Evolution” and let us know what you think. –Philaflava

Baby Blak – Evolution

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