Epidemic's "One Life" is the second single from their junior album "Somethin For Tha Listeners." It is considered by them to be the climax of the album and exhibits a raw, down to earth look into aspects of their lives such as loyalty, the pursuit of success and the trials of everyday life. DJ scratches performed by Dixie.
The Ocean is the first single off of Epidemic's junior release "Somethin' For Tha Listeners." It takes a metaphoric look at the way people are constantly looking for their own paradise but often search for it in the wrong places. Production was handled by Edy "Esco" Ocampo, scratches by DJ Tha Boss.
The second single off of Epidemic's sophomore album "Monochrome Skies." Psychos is based on the stories of two M.C.'s. One, a jaded underground artist who becomes fed up with the influence of mainstream rap culture, and decides to kidnap, torture and kill one of its main protagonists. The other, a rapper who sold his soul to the industry, lost connection to his roots and became ashamed and discontent with his new-found life. He then decides to end it all.
Hex One and Tek-nition share with you some of the meanings of their favorite songs on their sophomore release "Monochrome Skies." They also go into details about the making of, and how it compares with its hardcore predecessor "Illin Spree." Check it out!
The first single off of the sophomore album by Epidemic titled "Monochrome Skies." It's a rendition of the classic song "93 'Til Infinity" by Souls of Mischief, remade as a tribute to real Hip-hop and the pioneers who paved the way. The song and whole album were entirely produced by Jesse James, a beat-maker from Luxembourg. Cuts provided courtesy of DJ Tha Boss. We are giving this song away for FREE download! Click here.