Monday, February 15, 2010

Wednesday February 24th - Live From the Basement with Will C., Dagha, Anonymous & Raheem (Project Move), Agari Crew

If you're in the Boston area on February 24th, come through to the Good Life for "Live From The Basement!" This show is going to be a great time. I'll be on the bill with my boys Anonymous and Raheem Jamal from Project Move / Electric Co., as well as Dagha and others.

All the info should be on the pictured flyers. I champion all of these dudes I just mentioned, so I figured I'll drop a little material by some of the individual artists performing at this show, as we lead up to the event. Let's start with Dagha.

I first got put up on Dagha through his affiliation with the Electric crew. They only put out one album as a collective (Life's A Struggle) back in 2004. Here's a track off of it, featuring every emcee in the group- Insight, Anonymous, Raheem, Moe Pope and Dagha .

Electric - Where Would U Be (Remix)-

The Electric album is 90% produced by Insight (Y Society), with interludes produced by DJ Real. It is a superb release that was highly slept on. That same year, Dagha destroyed it with his guest appearance on Insight's The Blast Radius album, on The Method of Madness.

Dagha's first solo offering, Object In Motion, came in 2005, the same year he appeared on Edan's Beauty and the Beat LP (on the track Rock and Roll). Here's two of my personal favorites off of Object In Motion:

Dagha - No Sheets (produced by DJ Real) -

Dagha - Back To The Center (produced by DJ Real) -

Dagha's most recent full-length, The Divorce, is yet another above average release. A concept album, The Divorce tells the story of some major relationship woes. Here's a song that appears early in the disc (another Insight production):

Dagha - Devil's Work -

Alright, I'm definitely doing this post on the fly, but the point is Dagha is dope, 'nuff said. He's enough reason alone to come through to the show.


  1. agreed , dagha is pretty good mc. funny thing is that when i ordered dagha's album i received it together with few promo cds. i didnt listen to them, but after almost two years, when i dicovered you, i remembered that one of the cds was yours, commercial rap.

  2. Haha good stuff, glad to hear people were getting Commercial Rap out there like that