With Joell Ortiz announcing the Human album with !llmind, Mr. Yaooowa spits hot fire over the Troy Ave and 50 Cent collabo.
Your Old Droog tosses the assist to producer Maticulous for the intro to his upcoming project The Maticulous LP.
Freeway puts the Philly spin on Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money” for this self-proclaimed “Freemix.”
On July 10th, Ghostface and Adrian Younge will drop the sequel to 12 Reasons To Die. The duo nab Raekwon for the cinematic “Let The Record Spin” as the two go toe to toe on the chilling track.
The emcee formally known as Lil Fame puts some bars together over Black Rob and The Lox’s “Can I Live.”
Statik Selektah recruits long time collaborators Action Bronson and Joey Bada$$ for the lead single from his Lucky 7 album dropping on July 7th.
On July 17, Papoose will follow up his 2013 debut album The Nacirema Dream with his sophomore effort titled You Can’t Stop Destiny. And after tearing through his throwback freestyle series, it seems that Pap is ready to shut down any suggestions of a sophomore slump. With the likes of Ron Browz, Havoc, Showbiz, DJ Tip and, of course, DJ Premier behind the boards along with Maino, Red Cafe, Troy Ave, Ty Dolla $ign and his wife, Remy Ma, assisting on the mic, You Can’t Stop Destiny looks to fulfill its title.
The lead single drops on June 11th and will be the Troy Ave assisted “Mobbing” (produced by Havoc).
Also, today at 6pm (EST) Pap will be joining the 2K community to play NBA 2K15 online with some lucky fans in the “Park Mode” (NBA 2K will be played on PS4). For information on how to join, just click http://twitch.tv/2k now.
Tracklisting for Papoose’s You Can’t Stop Destiny:
1.) “The Bank” (produced by Ron Browz)
2.) “You Ain’t Built Like That” (produced by Amadeus)
3.) “Mobbing” f/ Troy Ave (produced by Havoc)
4.) “The Plug” (produced by DJ Premier)
5.) “Michael Jackson” f/ Remy Ma & Ty Dolla $ign (produced by Ron Browz)
6.) “Wish A Nigga Would” (produced by DJ Tip)
7.) “Everything To Gain” f/ A.G (produced by Showbiz)
8.) “Revenge” / Maino & Red Cafe (produced by GUN Productions)
9.) “Team US” (produced by DJ Tip)
10.) “You Draggin It” (produced by DJ Tip)
11.) “Global Warming Part 2” (produced by GUN Productions)
12.) “Illuminati” (produced by Gemcrates)
13.) “Obituary 2014” (produced by GUN Productions) *****Bonus Track
The artist formally known as Young Astro and Bishop Nehru channel the energy of Malcolm X and Huey P. Newton for the “K.I.N.G.” (Keeping Ignorant Niggas Glorified) video.
Chris Rivers tackles his father’s “You Ain’t A Killer” and The Lox’s “Recognize” for this quick strike freestyle.
Termanology joins Ea$y Money on the video for “For The Streets.”