Souls of Mischief are out with the video to their new single ‘Proper Aim’, off the Oakland hip-hop collective’s fifth album ‘Montezuma’s Revenge’, out now on Clear Label Records. The video is a souped up time-lapse of artist Steven Lopez painting the ‘Montezuma’s Revenge’ cover, set to the album’s lead single. Watch it via YouTube below.
BallerStatus.net has teamed up with the Souls Of Mischief’s Tajai to giveaway an X-Box, a copy of his latest album ‘Power Movement’ and more! Along with that, Tajai sat down with us to talk about the following him and his crew has gained over the years, his plans and where he’s going. Check it out here.
The Souls of Mischief were some of the west coast’s rising emcees when they released ’93 Til Infinity in the early ’90s, gaining heavy rotation on radio stations across the country with the title track ”93 Til Infinity’. Now group member, Tajai is preparing his latest solo effort titled ‘Power Movement’ on Hiero Imperium. The full article at ballerstatus.net has since been removed or relocated.
Mike Osegueda of The Fresno Bee caught up with Souls of Mischief, who are on tour with Snoop Dogg, Naughty By Nature and Too Short. Tajai admits many fans at the shows may not even know their biggest hit ’93 Til Infinity’ from 1993, but that’s ok with him. “That’s cool, though,” Tajai says. “More people will learn who we are. I like going to shows like that. They’re going to feel the energy. I ain’t trippin’ off being famous. I’ve been famous. Everybody wants to be the highest-profile individual, instead of making music, which is what we feed our kids with. Fame is worth nothing, especially if you’re a real musician.”