Tuesday, October 07, 2008 | Posted in ,,


Blue Sky Black Death, the renowned production duo of Kingston & Young God, present their 4th full length release (and first instrumental offering), "Late Night Cinema." After two critically and commercially lauded releases featuring collaborations with Wu-Tang Clan affiliated MC's Holocaust & Hell Razah, Blue Sky Black Death strip their formula down to the essence with this stand-alone instrumental concept album. To date, Blue Sky Black Death have also collaborated with and/or produced for the likes of Guru (Gang Starr), Sabac Red (Non-Phixion), Jus Allah, Wise Intelligent (Poor Righteous Teachers), Rob Sonic, Virtuoso, Chief Kamachi, Holocaust, A-Plus and Pep Love (Hieroglyphics), Mikah-9 (Freestyle Fellowship), and Awol, amongst many others. Now, owing to popular demand and to showcase their unparalleled versatility, Blue Sky Black Death seamlessly cull together their vast and eclectic influences (which range from lounge to electro to classic boom-bap hip-hop) with "Late Night Cinema." An offering as bold as it is diverse, "Late Night Cinema" substantiates Blue Sky Black Death's overwhelming acclaim as one of today's most promising production teams, and in so doing transcends both expectations and traditionally ascribed genre boundaries.

01. The Era When We Sang
02. Lord Of Our Vice
03. Ghosts Among Men
04. A Private Death
05. Shoot You Dead
06. Listen Child
07. My Work Will Be Done
08. Forgive Me
09. Different Hours
10. All The News Is Bad Again
11. Legacy To Fuel

The illest production duo in hip hop right now, there sound is unlike anyone else's, this is their first instrumental offering. They also have another project set to be released on November 11th called Slow Burning Lights, peep their myspace for more info!