In addition to the new “Have A Nice Day” t-shirt, La Coka Nostra is offering free shipping on all orders in the United States until December 7, 2014 at midnight. See all of our hoodies, hats, and jackets for both men and women at our store section and the “free shipping” option will show up at checkout. Happy holidays from LCN!

Slaine releases the video to another single from The King Of Everything Else. This track is called “Gettign High”, featuring Demrick and produced by DJ Lethal (House Of Pain / Limp Bizkit). It’s available as an exclusive iTunes bonus track when you purchase it here. here.

Team BackPack Presents Obvi, Demrick, Slaine… by WorldwideWestside

Last year, Slaine was featured on the ever-growing freestyle series of Team BackPack Cypher. He was joined by Obvi, Demrick, and Young Roscoe, with production from Hippie Sabotage & Chase Moore. Check out the video and let us know who had the best verse!


Our friends at Brooklyn Vegan were in the house at this year’s sold-out Haunted Hill concert with La Coka Nostra, Cypress Hill, Immortal Technique, and Vinnie Paz. They thoroughly covered the event with photos, video, and even Cypress Hill’s set list of songs. During La Coka’s set, there was a surprise reunion from Non Phixion which was well received by the crowd. Check out the media coverage here.


Don’t miss La Coka Nostra’s European tour this fall in 2014. We are performing on 17 dates around Europe through the month of November. Purchase your tickets here and don’t miss us in your city!

November 3 – Kosmonavt Club – St. Petersburg, Russia
November 4 – Glav Club – Moscow, Russia
November 6 – Younost Club – Kiev, Ukraine
November 7 – Petrol – Antwerp, Belgium
November 8 – Islington Academy – London, UK
November 9 – La Maroquinerie – Paris, France
November 11 – Le Warm Audio – Lyon, France
November 13 – La Laiterie – Strasbourg, France
November 14 – L’Usine – Geneva, Switzerland
November 15 – Komplex Klub – Zurich, Switzerland
November 16 – Flex – Vienna, Austria
November 18 – C-Club – Berlin, Germany
November 19 – Loppen – Copenhagen, Denmark
November 21 – Voxhall – Aarhus, Denmark
November 22 – Club Banhof Ehrenfeld – Cologne, Germany
November 23 – Doornroosje – Nijmegen, Holland
November 24 – Melkweg – Amsterdam, Holland


If you’re in the Southern California area, check out Sickside Harvest on October 10 in Santa Ana’s Observatory. Legendary headliners include The Beatnuts, Psycho Realm, and your favorite brand you can trust, La Coka Nostra. Doors open at 7pm and tickets can be purchased here.

La Coka Nostra’s own Slaine has released the first single, “Bobby Be Real”, to his newest album, The King Of Everything Else. The song features Kansas City artist Tech N9ne and Vancouver artist Madchild (Swollen Members) with production from Louis Bell. Louis Handles the bulk of the production on the project along with DJ Lethal, The Arcitype, and Statik Selektah. Other guests include Jaysaun, Apathy, Bishop Lamont, ILL BILL, Vinnie Paz, REKS, Termanology, and more. Purchase The King Of Everything Else here.


Don’t miss this year’s 2014 Haunted Hill event at NYC’s Best Buy Theater. On October 30, you’ll see this unforgettable lineup of legendary acts; Cypress Hill, La Coka Nostra, Immortal Technique, and Vinnie Paz (Jedi Mind Tricks). Purchase your tickets here.


Special Teamz and La Coka Nostra member Slaine has released his latest solo album, The King Of Everything Else. The project is a revealing and personal story of Slaine’s psyche and all the madness he has endured over the years. Artwork was designed by the legendary SKAM2. Most of the production is handled by by Louis Bell, with some placements from DJ Lethal, The Arcitype, and Statik Selektah. Guest features include Tech N9ne, Madchild, Rite Hook, Jaysaun, Apathy, Bishop Lamont, ILL BILL, Checkmark, Vinnie Paz, Regan Hartley, REKS, and Termanology. Purchase The King Of Everything Else here.

Hip hop legends DJ Eclipse and O.C. recently met with at Fresthetic in Brooklyn to discuss their career history and how they came up in the hip hop community together. In 1994, Eclipse began working at Wild Pitch Records, which signed O.C. that same year. Both artists credit MC Serch (3rd Bass) for the opportunities that helped start their careers. Eclipse goes on to talk about how the 90s was a great time for hip hop while O.C. comments on the importance of college radio and the unimportance of major record deals. The two also express their disappointment of mainstream representation of New York hip hop among other topics. Catch DJ Eclipse every Sunday from 10p-12a on at Sirius XM.