Ko-No-Michi is a documentary that looks at Krush’s history via certain focal points, including his first international album, his first US recording sessions and his 2006 world tour.
In between we’re treated to unseen footage of recording sessions, live shows and discussions between Krush and
artists he’s collaborated with, as well as segments where Krush himself talks about various events in his career and how music has affected his life.
As the ambassador of Japanese hip hop, Krush’s appeal to hip hop fans is a given.
However, the DVD works best in showing the extent of Krush’s influence and musical explorations, which have taken him well outside the boundaries of what many consider hip hop, today or yesterday.
Krush is much more than a living legend of hip hop, he is one of a select few modern musical geniuses.
Hailing from London, by way of Spain, The IT_Boy is an electronic music composer.
Since the inception, his eclectic approach to instrumental hip-hop has been striking for lush electronic landscapes creating unpredictable and dynamic patterns in conjunction with the analog-like beats. The music swings from hip-hop grooves to dub, UK garage and more, with an open-minded and unique feel.