From the album: Portals (Creative Juices Music), Cassette and CD shipping and Splatter Vinyl LP available for pre-order.
Song produced by: IDE

“I like to tap into people’s imaginations. When I spit, I try to make movies with my words…” Armed with his unique delivery, gruff voice, and sharp wit, U.G. is well-equipped to do just as he wishes when he hits the booth. Whether on his own or earning critical acclaim as one-half of the Cella Dwellas, the Brooklyn rapper has been a giant amongst the NYC rap underground since ’94. And on Portals, his long anticipated solo debut, he proves exactly why so many look his way for music that’s incredibly fresh, and completely his own. A 14-track journey produced entirely by Creative Juices’ IDE.

“I like to tap into people’s imaginations. When I spit, I try to make movies with my words…” Armed with his unique delivery, gruff voice, and sharp wit, U.G. is well-equipped to do just as he wishes when he hits the booth. Whether on his own or earning critical acclaim as one-half of the Cella Dwellas, the Brooklyn rapper has been a giant amongst the NYC rap underground since ’94. And on Portals, his long anticipated solo debut, he proves exactly why so many look his way for music that’s incredibly fresh, and completely his own. A 14-track journey produced entirely by Creative Juices’ IDE.

From the album: Portals (Creative Juices Music), Cassette available for pre-order and CD shipping.
Song produced by: IDE

From the album: Louder Than Ever/ Louder Than Ever (Brooklyn Remix) (Ill Adrenaline Records), shipping on Vinyl Single.
Song produced by: 12 Finger Dan (of Soulbrotha)

Phantasm (of Cella Dwellas) recently teamed up with Ill Adrenaline Records to release a timeless single (“Louder Than Ever”) produced by Germany’s own SP1200 maestros 12 Finger Dan and B-Base (aka Soulbrotha). Complete with a true school feel and a dope scratch hook, Phan executes with a sharp delivery with lines like “…had to pen them bars, got out the street life had to mend them scars. Praise God or Allah whoever sent us Nas.” Tall Man Phan is back to basics on his latest release.