8 posts tagged sadat x
[Event] @Sadat X “Love, Hell Or Right” Album Release Party TONIGHT. Music by @DJSpinna. @coalminemusic
TODAY on #TCMS: special guests Cannibal OX + Sadat X & Coalmine Music + Ellis + #InboxSessions w/ DJ @Run_P
@SadatX performing “We In New York” at #NewGoldenEra
Sadat X says “No female emcee better than him”
Below are snippets from Sadat X and El Da Sensei’s interview with Brooklyn Bodega Radio. #BodegaRadio airs every Friday from 1 to 4PM on PNCRadio.fm
El Da Sensei and Sadat X on the artist that impressed them most in the studio:
Sadat X: Besides my man El Da Sensei and besides my man AG, I remember I did a session with Jay-Z one time. We flew down to Virginia to do it with Pharrell and that’s when I did the chorus and later on he did the joint with Uncle Murda. They had me in the chorus. When we get down there, there’s like eight rooms. [Pharrell’s] got eight rooms of music going. So Jay’s going from room to room to room, laying joints down. He goes into this room, lays something down. Comes back, lays something down. And he just kept going in a circle. Just the work ethic. A lot of people see Jay-Z and think that it came easy. I remember when Jay-Z used rhyme over here on Moore St. just battling dudes. It wasn’t like it came easy. It just was his grind. I remember that day how I was impressed how he was going into each individual studio, knocking something down and coming back. At the end of that day, you can look back and say, ‘I had a productive day today.’ I was very impressed with that.
Sadat X, El Da Sensei Talk Upcoming Album, Drake/Common Beef on #BodegaRadio
In this edition of #BodegaRadio, @SadatX and @ElDaSensei discuss their still untitled collaborative album, KRS-One kicking PM Dawn off stage, the details behind Brand Nubian breakup, Drake/Common beef, and why Jay-Z and Pharaohe Monch are the two most impressive artists they’ve worked with in the studio. #BodegaRadio airs every Friday from 1 to 4PM on PNCRadio.fm.
"X & Sandman"
“X & Sandman”
Sadat X and Homeboy Sandman join forces on this Psycho Les produced joint.
Released by Coalmine Music.