Kosha DIllz rocks the Coachella anthem for everyone who isn’t “going” or at least “trying to go.” Skinny Lister is his new favorite band, and Wu Tang and the Chili Peppers got a plan according to him, the Neon Carnival Party is hella poppin’ according to the door guy.
The ubiquitous Kosha Dillz details his own dreams and nightmares on “It Was All a Dream,” produced by Tunisia’s Balti (Baltiroshima). Both Inspired by and borrowing the classic quotable from the Notorious B.I.G.’s “Juicy” (for both the hook and the title), the song also concludes with similarly themed audio footage taken from an interview with the late Biggie.
“If I only dealt with the issues when I was wrong, I would never ever have to go and make this song/ I thought I was livin’ it up, dam I gotta spend the next five years of my life just to go piss in a cup?”
The bicoastal Kosha Dillz hits the road with Venice Beach native Wax and North Cackalacka’s Ed E. Ruger on “Nationally Rollin’,” the lowrider influenced road trip anthem. Produced by L.A.’s Jon Jackson, “Nationally Rollin’” fuses several funk, jazz and latin music elements over quick paced percussions, that gives each emcee a lane to showcase their ‘roller coaster flow.’ Each verse starts off effortless and smooth and ends in a double timed crescendo before merging back into the hooks anthemic chant: “NY to LA yo’, DC to Diego, Carolina to the Bay yo’, we just nationally rollin’..” This song is available for free download, enjoy. Be sure to check out Kosha Dillz’ performance in Part 2 of The Warm Up Cypher (with RZA on the turntables) at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards.
Kosha Dillz & Shemspeed release Munich 72, a new free download, dedicated to 11 Israeli athletes murdered at 1972 Olympics
Every four years athletes and audiences from around the world come together to celebrate and compete in the Olympics. In 1972, just forty years ago, in Munich Germany, the Olympics were struck with hate and terror. Black September, a Palestinian terrorist group snuck into the Olympic village and kidnapped and killed 11 Israeli Athletes. Later that year, Operation Wrath of God, was a plan that unleashed attacks in retaliation to kill all Terrorists involved in Munich massacre one by one around the world.
This August 2012, the IOC denied a moment of silence in the opening ceremony for the 11 Israelis that were killed in Germany. It has become the source of much discontent in the Jewish community around the world and questions the existence of anti-Semitism that exists within the IOC. Jewish American gold medalist Aly Raisman has spoken out against it and many news sources continue to cover it.
Kosha Dillz, an American Israeli rapper, interprets the 2005 film directed by Steve Spielberg and penned the song “Munich 72″ for remembrance of, not only the fallen athletes of Israel, but a detailed description of how each terrorist is revenged. The purpose of the song is to remember the evil deeds committed so long ago, so that the event of hatred may never happen again on a field of peace and healthy competition.
Underground rhymesayer Kosha Dillz has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his latest project release, The Jet Lag EP. On the heels of his Bud Light “Here We Go” Superbowl Commercial, the project finds the recent Jersey-to-L.A. transplant putting his own spin on favorite records by bands he has encountered while on the road. Included is the Robbie Barclay-directed video for stand out track “Moses Wasteland.” Ducky and Jesse Palter (of Palter Ego) make the sole guest appearances throughout the project. Nate G. handles all production, sampling cuts by Chelsea Wolfe, Wavves, Black Keys, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and more.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra gets a remake from Kosha Dillz on the lyrics featuring Quackhouse representative Ducky. Nate G on the remixed beat. What would we be without our friends? Lets leave the answer up to you.
Nick nack paddy wack, somebody just threw Kosha Dillz a bone. Not only will the DIY rapper pop up at your local venue for an impromptu performance, but he managed to bum rush this year’s Super Bowl! Kosha’s “Cellular Phone” song, as featured on his Beverly Dillz LP, was used on the Bud Light ‘Rescue Dog’ commercial that aired during the game’s 4th quarter. Looks like somebody’s cell phone bill just got a little easier to manage. “Cellular Phone” is available for download on iTunes & Amazon…