DJ Premier gets behind the boards as Detroit’s Trick Trick and B-Real “Get 2 It.”
Sheek Louch won’t just standby and watch Styles P and Jadakiss put in all the work. 1/3 of The Lox drops this “Coin Toss” freestyle as he gears up for Beast Mode, Vol. 1.
Anytime there’s an Andre 3000 sighting we have to take notice. Three Stacks decided to cut loose a pair of new songs on Mother’s Day in the only way that he can. “Me&My (Bury Your Parents)” is a homage to his late mother, who passed away a day after his birthday in 2013 while “Look Ma No Hands” is a 17-minute instrumental where Andre plays the clarinet.
Royce 5’9″ teased that there was a collaboration with ScHoolBoy Q that was set for Book of Ryan but couldn’t get past sample clearances. Well, “Cut Throat” with the TDE emcee has been liberated for your listening pleasure. Enjoy it.
Evidence was able to snare away Krondon from his bad guy role on “Black Lightning” to drop some bars for the Nottz produced “Bad Publicity.” Unfortunately, Krondon couldn’t appear in the video so Evidence holds it down on his own.
When Vado isn’t lacing us with songs alongside Dave East, he’s dropping bars with Nino Man in the video for “Harlem Nights.”
South Carolina’s Nick Grant has bars. And with an album due out on May 18th titled Dreamin’ Out Loud, Grant will get to show the world soon enough why he’s one to watch for. But first, Grant drops off his collaboration with signer Stacy Barthe that pays homage to the strong “Black Woman.”
Method Man drops in and goes back to the dope dealing days alongside Trife Diesel on “Pyrex Dreams.”
Chris Rivers gives his take on Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” and renames it “This Is Depression.” Like the title suggests, Rivers offers up his rationale for what causes depression.
Vstylez answers the question about what he’s going to do in an industry where everyone sounds and looks alike in the video for the Nottz produced “O.Ellis.”