Secret Science Rap
Channel Live, the controversial duo of Hakim and Tuffy, created a hip hop classic "Mad lsm" featuring KRS-One that still gets burn in the clubs and on radio even today. Always known for their strong, political stance on issues that affect the community, the duo is back with a vengeance and a new album, Secret Science Rap. During their time off from the mic Hakim and Tuffy worked with former Bad Boy recording artist Carl Thomas on his smash "I Wish," and dabbled in the video world as creative forces on the music videos, "Got Yourself A Gun" by Nas, and Nelly & Kelly Rowland's duet "Dilemma," But the miC and the current state of political upheaval called Channel Live back to action. Secret Science Rap brings the heat, spearing political figures ("Mr. President"), calling out commercial radio ("Still Building") and keeping the streets talking ("Respect This"). Channel Live achieves one of the most difficult things in hip hop by demanding their rightful place in the current rap scene as veteran MC's while still making good music and remaining relevant. Executive Produced by rap industry icons Howie McDuffie and Ill Bill for Draft Records.