He gets up every morning and hit the Cognac! BANG!
That’s life indeed 😉
Shout out to the rhyming man, ET Got Soul (and trust, he has it in heaps!) for getting the lowdown on the Dose with the most. Nashville Hip-Hop Pioneer and TBFS mystery man, Ill Dose linked with The Nashville Fringe Radio Show at the top of the year and ran the lowsky on his new music, latest video, and groundbreaking international tour.
It was obvious the two were old friends trading a casual back and forth. E. T.’s naturally chill mood gave Dose the perfect launching pad to render us a full Ill update. The weekly show is notorious for highlighting the best Hip-Hop in Tennessee and is alternately hosted by E.T. and MC, Al D Words.
Ill Dose was more than forthcoming, giving E.T. and the entire world-wide web audience a new introduction to a very familiar style and sound.
We’re not saying The Fringe Radio Show scooped The Black Freq Sheets or anything but what we are saying is… whatevs just keep screading…
Sir Flowmanship himself, E. T. performed perfect triage for a ride through some of Ill Dose’s medicinal music catalogue. The two traveled from his latest tunes all the way to a promise of an exclusive homeboy hook-up of the old school favorite cut Nicks, Dimes & Dubs.
The rapping ass rapper reps Long Beach and Nashville but currently resides in Morena Del Rey, California where he says the scene is more than up-to-par. It certainly seems that way since Dose has been lodging all kinds of attacks, opening for legends like Too Short, Rass Kass, Rakim, Wu Tang Clan, DJ Kool Herc, and others.
Ill Dose catapulted to another level of the game since performing at Dubb Magazine’s WC Car Show as he prepares for his first leg of a 26 day tour with CrazyTown. That’s right, CrazyTown! Peep the full tour schedule down below.
“So what I’m going to do in Europe is…give them a dose of 2008 Sound Therapy and a little bit of The Boat Chronicles,” ensures Ill Dose. We’re not sure if Europe is quite ready for the Ill Dose from the longest running Hip-Hop series in Nashville.
Wait… did somebody say
YES PEOPLE! There is a such thing as the ‘longest running weekly Hip-Hop series in Nashville’ and it’s called Sound Therapy and it REALLY exists! #unlikeDonaldSlumpsmoralcenter
“I have plenty flavors for you. The last project I did was Harding Place.”
Harding Place is named for the street in Antioch, TN notorious for housing some of the slickest tru-spittas in Nashville and all of their growing-up antics back-in-the-day like Dose’s classic collaborators Kool Daddy Fresh, Capo, Top Notch, 187 Blitz, 28, and The New Block Order.
Rhyme Stick is the latest Ill Dose visual that gives us all entrance into the creative mind of the man who has many wondering how tf he does it. We know we are.
And btw… butter or HORSE… SOUND THERAPY WAS LIT AF! #notypos 😉
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