Rjd2 – The Third Hand

Rjd2 has changed labels for his latest release, The Third Hand, moving from left-field hip-hop label Def Jux to XL Recordings, home of indie rock favorites the White Stripes and Thom Yorke. This record finds Rj playing and recording every instrumental sound as well as singing on almost every track; a fair change from the […]

RJD2 – Since Last We Spoke


Every day, I’m amazed by the phenomenon of hip-hop, the way the sportsmanship of the scene demands a higher and higher quality of players each passing year, and the way that the true fanatics are willing to not only acknowledge the roots that they have in all different kinds of music, but are also incorporating […]