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Alchemist, Oh No (Gangrene) Prepare For West Coast Tour Trek With Roc Marciano

Beatmaker The Alchemist and Oh No, who just released a collaborative EP titled Greneberg as a duo called Gangrene, are set to hit the road with Roc Marciano this November. The mini-tour will see the artists head up and down the west coast for six dates, kicking off in Los Angeles on November 9th, and hitting San Diego, San Francisco, and Seattle; before coming to a close on November 16 in Portland. The tour and EP will serve as a pre-cursor to the acts' upcoming album releases -- Gangrene's Vodka & Ayahuasca and Roc Marciano's Reloaded...

Mobb Deep’s Prodigy To Be Released From Prison In February, Says Alchemist

It's been over two and a half years since Mobb Deep's Prodigy was sent away to prison on a weapons charge, and his day of freedom is coming ... this February says longtime producer, the Alchemist. The Alchemist recently sat down with MTV during Jay-Z and Eminem's New York concert date, where he was serving as Em's DJ. During the interview, he spilled the beans on Prodigy's upcoming release date...

The Alchemist & Oh No (Gangrene): Not High Enough (Music Video)

This summer the Alchemist and rapper/producer Oh No announced their partnership as a duo, calling themselves Gangrene. Now, here's the lead single off their forthcoming album, GutterWater. This is the official music video for "Not High Enough", directed by William Sales, off the album due in October...

The Alchemist & Oh No Form Gangrene, Prep Collabo Project

Veteran producer, and sometimes an MC, The Alchemist has joined forces with producer/rapper Oh No for a project called GutterWater, under the group name Gangrene. Over the course of three years and a myriad of emails, the pair have built a project that celebrates their shared passion for dusty breaks and lurid wordplay, as well as their distinctly different application of each...
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Alchemist Talks Step Brothers & Ping Pong

DJ/producer, The Alchemist, recently sat down with the people over at HipHopOfficial.com, and talked about everything from the upcoming Step Brothers album to ping pong.

DJ AM Laid To Rest In Los Angeles

DJ AM was laid to rest on Wednesday (September 2), during a private ceremony in Los Angeles, attended by family, friends, and celebrity circle, all paying their respects. The likes of Travis Barker, the Madden brothers, DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Alchemist attended, wishing their friend farewell.

Alchemist & Prodigy In The Studio Working

Obviously, this is before P was incarcerated, but here is the longtime collaborators in the studio making music, smoking weed, and everything in between. Btw, ALC's new album Chemical Warfare is in stores now.