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CunninLynguists is a hip hop trio from Lexington, Kentucky, consisting of Deacon The Villain, Natti and Kno.
CunninLynguists in Features
Music − Essay | posted 21.04.2011
Dream interpretation in rhymes
Step by step the CunninLynguists have evolved since its inception ten years ago. Oneirology, the fifth album by the rap group from Kentucky is now a concept album about the dreams. Of the instrumentation, the selected samples to the clever rhymes of course, is constantly referred to the parent topic. That especially producer Kno runs up to top form, is still a completely different story.
CunninLynguists in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 21.05.2011
On Oneirology ,the CunninLynguists lead the listeners through the depths of their nightly subconscious. The three musicians from Kentucky don’t leave the world of dreams even once.
Music − News | posted 24.01.2012
10 years of hhv.de
7inch series as a special gift
10 Jahre ist es her, dass hhv.de seine digitalen Pforten geöffnet hat und dies gilt es zu feiern. Ab sofort erscheint monatlich eine exklusive 7inch in Zusammenarbeit mit befreundeten Labels. Ausgabe No.1 präsentiert den Franzosen Dela.
Music − Interview | posted 12.05.2014
Jaakko Eino Kalevi
About Love And Other Mental Illnesses
Jaakko Eino Kalevi looks like a stoned angel in a woolie, works as a tram driver and with »No End« he released on of the best songs of 2013. About time we get to know him. A conversation about love, music and how to wash laundry.
Music − News | posted 07.11.2013
New Record Labels
Tieftonkultur, Hiss Tapes, (T)reue um (T)reue, Modern Trips
Month by Month we are going to introduce you to a bunch of record labels, which are new at hhv.de webshop and/or you definitely have to discover now. The record labels this month are: Tieftonkultur, Hiss Tapes, (T)reue um (T)reue und Modern Trips.
Music − News | posted 04.05.2011
Operation: Doomsday Deluxe
Again, MF Doom has packed a sweet package for his fans: Since the lunchbox of Operation Doomsday has already enhanced every single lunch break, its content is now being delivered in a new wrapping.
Music − Review | posted 20.11.2014
Clubmusic has hardly ever been as deliberate as Objekt makes it. And yet, »Flatland« is as complex as it is danceable.