The Mass Appeal emcee brings a matching set of visuals for his “No Coachella For Me” cut.
The BeardGang General Jakk Frost reps Philly along with DJ Premier for the streets to stay fed with lyrics, beats and cuts.
This is not a single, it is just a Jawn (That’s Philly Slang For You Dummies).
Droppin’ shit the Old School Way.
Tha Jawn: “Dope Boy Talk”
Tha Producer: DJ Premier
DJ Premier presents the official audio to Papoose’s “Broken Slanguage” featuring Remy Ma. The track is a remix of the classic Smoothe Da Hustler & Trigger Tha Gambler track “Broken Language”, produced by DR Period.
Chance The Rapper, Donnie Trumpet and The Social Experiment shocked the music industry by releasing their highly anticipated Surf album for the low, low price of FREE on iTunes. Featuring a stellar cast of guests including J. Cole, Busta Rhymes, B.o.B., Erykah Badu, Big Sean and more, Surf is just what the doctor ordered. Listen and head over to iTunes and cop yours here.
02 “Slip Slide” f. B.o.B, BJ the Chicago Kid, Busta Rhymes & Janelle Monáe
03 “Warm Enough” f. J. Cole & Noname Gypsy
04 “Nothing Came to Me”
05 “Wanna Be Cool” f. Jeremih, Big Sean & KYLE
06 “Windows” f. BJ the Chicago Kid & Raury
07 “Caretaker” f. D.R.A.M.
08 “Just Wait”
09 “Familiar” f. Quavo & King Louie
10 “SmthnthtIwnt” f. Saba
11 “Go” f. Joey Purp & Jesse Boykins III
13 “Something Came to Me”
14 “Rememory” f. Erykah Badu
15 “Sunday Candy”
16 “Pass the Vibes”
Does Styles P ever get tired of rhyming? Apparently not as The Ghost tackles Redman’s “Tonight’s Da Night” for his latest Friday Freestyle entry.
It’s Friday so you know that means that The Lox are going to punch you in the face with freestyles. Sheek Louch jumps on Nas’ classic “Memory Lane” as he preps us for his Silverback Gorilla 2 project.
K-Def provides a vinyl only remix of DJ EFN’s “Revolutionary Ride Music” with a heavy hitter lineup of emcees.
The Chocolate Boy Wonder joins Canibus and Bronze Nazareth for “Concourse P” off of Time Flys, Life Dies… Phoenix Rise.
It’s ladies first as Diamond D rounds up an all-female cast of emcees for “Pump Ya Brakes” off of the producer’s The Diam Piece album.
So the story goes that DJ Premier spent a few days in the studio alongside St. Petersburg’s BMB Spacekid and one half of LA-based funksters NxWorries, Anderson Paak. The result of their combined wizardry is “Til It’s Done” – a headnodding joyride through electro-funk characterised by a hip-hop drum kit underbelly and topped by Anderson’s ever-capable vocal acrobatics.