From the soundtrack to Judas & The Black Messiah comes this collaboration between Jay-Z and the late, great Nipsey Hussle. “What it Feels Like.” Just hit play and ride out.
Nipsey Hussle’s passing still doesn’t feel real. But in celebration of his life, his estate shares a visual album for The Marathon on the 10th anniversary of his seminal mixtape. You’ll get to hear from those involved with the creation of the mixtape and previously unreleased interviews.
“The experience will give viewers [an] intimate look at the era that helped shape this masterpiece” Nipsey’s estate said in a statement. “The people, the places, the stories, and more.”
Conway and Big Ghost have been known to make magic together and the duo does just that by dropping If it Bleeds It Can Be Killed. Ten tracks of pure ferociousness are at your disposal here but go ahead and hit play on “Kill All Rats” that finds Conway alongside Ransom and Rome Streetz for some verbal brutality.
The Juggaknots’ very own Breeze Brewin drops a new joint with Marco Polo titled “King Oxymoron.” Breeze’s unique rhyme scheme fits perfectly over Marco’s signature production. This cut comes from Brewin’s recently released Hindsight album that you should probably go and listen to right now.
Although we’re not sure if Benny would trade it all to have the Buffalo Bills in the Super Bowl, we still get a video from his Burden of Proof album that finds him kicking bars from the 50-yard line of the home Josh Allen put up MVP numbers this season.
Locksmith and Jon Connor connect for “Angels & Demons” and expectedly deliver a barrage of bars that will keep your head spinning. Could this be the start of a project between the two or a one-off?
Gangsta Gibbs and ScHoolBoy Q on the same song feels more than appropriate as the duo team up for their first drop of 2021 with “Gang Signs.” Don’t expect either to appear in the video as we’re treated to cuddly animals doing not so cuddly things.
Oh, you want more from Goya 3? Sure thing! Term and Shortfyuz are joined by UFO Fev and Nems for the video to “Don Julio.” With Shortfyuz on production, Term (Lawrence, MA), UFO Fev (El Barrio, Harlem) and Nems (Coney Island) give you a tour of their neighborhoods.
Page Kennedy comes correct by bringing together Method Man and Elzhi to join him in the festival of bars on “Pain.” Page keeps pace with the Mr. Meth and one of Detroit’s finest on this outing from his forthcoming album Page, dropping on February 19th.
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