Brother Ali (Musicians)
Brother Ali (Jason Newman, b. 1977) is an American hip hop artist who is signed to the record label Rhymesayers Entertainment since 1999.
Brother Ali in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 11.09.2012
Mourning In America And Dreaming In Colour
Brother Ali’s fourth record seems to be heavy with meaning – fortunately, it isn’t. Instead, Ali appears thoughtful and angry.
Brother Ali in News
Music − News | posted 04.11.2011
Meet & Greet at the HHV Selected Store
The Rhymesayers Entertainmen artists will give you the unique chance for a meet & greet at our HHV Selected Store on Tuesday, November 15. You can bring your own gear and let it be printed for free with exclusive artwork.
Music − Portrait | posted 03.02.2020
Mad About Records
With his label Mad About the Portuguese Joaquim Paulo takes care of the really hard to find records from Jazz to Bossa Nova. With success. We introduce you to the label in detail.
Music − News | posted 18.04.2019
New album: »Flamagra«
After five years a new album by Flying Lotus is going to be released: »Flamagra«. The first video features David Lynch as the leading actor and whets the appetite for the sixth album which will be out May 24th. HHV then has an exclusive White Vinyl Edition.
Music − Portrait | posted 17.01.2020
Blackest Ever Black
Search for alienation
Among connoisseurs of fucked up, intoxicating sounds, the record label Blackest Ever Black was appreciated like no other. IAt the end of the year 2019 it was suddenly closed. We look back on a label that musically determined the 2010s like few others.
Music − News | posted 05.02.2020
The Mystery Kindaichi Band
Soundtrack: »The Adventures Of Kindaichi Kosuke«
For the first time since 1977 the soundtrack to »The Adventures Of Kindaichi Kosuke« is being reissued. Only with us the album of The Mystery Kindaichi Band will be available as limited Glow In The Dark Vinyl Edition.
Music − Review | posted 19.02.2020
»Transition Vol.1« combines tracks of four bands from three continents from the time between 1992 and 1994, with one thing in common: Post-Industrial as origin.