Zilla Rocca walks us though The Starvation Hour

Eric Phipps

Photo by Laura Lynn Photography

This week on the Audio Imposition, Philly rapper Zilla Rocca and Eric discuss Zilla’s most recent album No Vacation For Murder.  They discuss the hidden message in “The Death of Unemployed Actors,” the similarities and differences in Premrock’s A Clean Well-Lighted Place, the importance of soft cheeses, the difficulties and editing process in making an album over several years, what Zilla’s been reading and watching and how he’s taking a vacation from rapping.

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Eric also plays Willie Green’s A Suite for Souled People with Elucid, Curly Castro and billy woods.  It’s amazing.

Peace to Green Ant.

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Willie Green, “Funeral (w/Elucid)”
Willie Green, “Mourning (w/Curly Castro)”
Willie Green, “Revival (w/billy woods)”
Zilla Rocca & The Shadowboxers, “Starvation Hour”
Premrock, “Lens (Zilla Rocca Remx)”

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