El Da Sensei Interview
|Artist:||El Da Sensei|
|Next Project:||The Unusual|
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|Website:||El Da Sensei's Website|
DJBooth.net’s DJ “Z” has interviewed former member of the legendary underground rap group the Artifacts, El Da Sensei.
El Da Sensei returns to form with his much anticipated sophomore release The Unusual, in-stores NOW on CD and Double-Vinyl LP.
In the years following the release of two classic underground albums with the Artifacts (Between A Rock And A Hard Place and That’s Them), El Da Sensei has been working hard as a solo artist. He’s been busy collaborating and touring with the likes of Pharoahe Monch, Hi-Tek, J-Live, Masta Ace, Diamond D, and many more, and in addition to his debut solo album Relax, Relate, Release in 2002, El has remained one of the most vital artists in underground hip hop with numerous hit 12-inch singles.
The new album The Unusual is garnering early buzz as his best work to date. The album features Jake One (G-Unit, De La Soul), Saukrates (Redman, Gilla House), DJ Revolution (Wake Up Show), Illmind (Little Brother, The Art of One Mind), P-Original, Fusion Unltd, and more, plus inspired guest vocals from Sean Price and DITC member O.C.
During the interview El talks about his journey up to this point, what his fans can expect on his new album and what he feels hip-hop has evolved into today. Take a listen!
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