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It’s been a while since I posted anything about BROOKZILL, the supergroup of sorts, but more accurately a collective – comprised of Prince Paul, Ladybug Mecca, Rodrigo Brandão and Don Newkirk. Now though they have released a new video for their 2016 track, Macumba 3000 and it’s a visual delight.
The quartet have gone with a stop-motion animation style video, which features all of them weaving through palms and ferns, as the contagious rhythm of Macumba pulses away. The name of the track is taken from a Portugese word used in Brazil, which means both a musical instrument and a form of witchcraft. BROOKZILL’s album, Throwback to the Future, is available now on Tommy Boy Entertainment.

Exciting developments stateside, as BROOKZILL! emerge from the musical ether of Brooklyn and Brazil. Comprised of Prince Paul, Ladybug Mecca, Rodrigo Brandão and Don Newkirk, the quartet are described as the sonic link between New York and Brazil, fusing hip hop’s future with its past. Read the rest of this entry »