We are proud to announce that another screenings for Blueprint’s debut film King No Crown has been added. This one is taking place on Thursday August 17th in Fargo, ND. Details below:
In advance of the release of his upcoming debut film King No Crown, Blueprint has just announced the first two public screenings to be held in August. These will take place in Minneapolis, MN and Sioux Falls SD. Here are the details for both events:
In a brand new interview with Micro-Chop, a platform that focuses on hip-hop production, Blueprint speaks about the production philosophy and the creative process of making behind his now-classic 1988 album. Check out the interview HERE Thanks for your support, Weightless Recordings.
Blueprint recently appeared on the Take92 podcast to discuss his upcoming film King No Crown with host Sammy Warmhands. The interview is about 45-minutes long and dives deep into what inspired Blueprint to make the film, what the process was, and he even gives an update on Soul Position near the end. Listen here:
For a limited time, you will be able to get Blueprint’s latest two vinyl releases for just $30 total. That’s right, both the orange King No Crown 2XLP and the blue Vigilante Genesis LP (produced by Aesop Rock) for just $30 total. Both released come with Digital Download card Orange double vinyl and Blue single vinyl (w/ instrumentals) Two bonus digital download albums included: The Lost Freestyle Album and Knight Takes Queen. Previous promo-only items.…
Blueprint is joined on his Super Duty Tough Work podcast this week by Supastition to talk about The Importance of Ownership: Although the discussion of art in the media tends to center around the quality of the art itself, very rarely is the topic of ownership brought up. Well, this week the most infamous podcast on planet earth dives deep into the importance of ownership, especially as it relates to creative people. We give you…
Here is the latest episode of Blueprint and Illogic’s podcast, Super Duty Tough Work: Whether it’s somebody with a household name or a local celebrity, we all come across people we want to meet and work with. The problem, is how do we approach them without making a fool out of ourselves? In this episode of the most infamous podcast on planet earth we dive deep and give you some rock solid rules for approaching…
Turntablist and producer DJ Criminal just released the first single “Leave Me Alone” that features Blueprint. The project is a FREE and made entirely from samples of the band Phish. You can download the single and get the album from DJ Criminal’s bandcamp page. Blueprint is now doing guest features again. For more information, e-mail him HERE Thanks for the support
This is a posse cut of epic proportions that just dropped the other day. It features a lot of Columbus talent, the “Fuck Ya Whole Crew” remix by Columbus MC Darrio Lamont. Here’s the official lineup of MCs on it (in order of appearance): Nes Wordz, Trek, King Ezz, Sam Rothstein, Dominique Larue, C10, Blueprint, Bo. (Formely Catalyst), & Darrio Lamont. And here are Blueprint’s lyrics, for those interested:
Blueprint continues his “A Thousand Words About A Picture” series by giving the background to this 2001 photograph:
Hot off the heels of his new Vigilante Genesis EP, Blueprint has just announced a week of West Coast tour dates. Here are the tour dates: Wednesday June 29th – Los Angeles, CA @ The Dragonfly | Event Page Thursday June 30th – San Francisco, CA @ Thee Parkside | Event Page Friday July 1st – Hood River, OR @ Underground Music Station | Event Page Saturday July 2nd – Seattle, WA @ Factory Luxe…
Since Blueprint’s new Vigilante Genesis EP (produced by Aesop Rock) will be released this Friday May 25th. We decided to allow our fans to listen to the album in it’s entirety before it’s officially release date: Order your copy on colored Vinyl, CD, or Deluxe Digital here Thanks for your support!
Continuing his “1,000 Words About A Picture” series of posts, Blueprint explains the backstory to this never seen before picture from the year 2000:
Continuing his “A Thousand Words about a Picture” series, Blueprint explains the backstory to this picture of The Orphanage that was first seen in in his “Siilver Lining” music video.
As we stated last week, we would be releasing the first single from Vigilante Genesis this week. Well, here it is. “Graffiti Writer Killed” gives a deep look at the chemistry between Blueprint on the storytelling and Aesop Rock on the production. Listen for yourself and get ready for May 27th. Preorder your copy of Vigilante Genesis HERE
Since we posted this 2001 picture of Blueprint and Aesop Rock last week on our Vigilante Genesis preorder page, we’ve received a few inquiries for details behind the picture. We decided to get a quote from Blueprint to explain the backstory because, as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words.