Fresh off 2018’s Meth Lab 2: The Lithium, Method Man drops a new video for “Two More Mins” just to remind anybody who may have overlooked the project.
KXNG Crooked keeps things rolling and salutes the blogs that have supported him over the years as he made his way to being the elite emcee that he is today over a Dizz flip of “Two Dope Boys” on “Cadillac.”
DJ Tiger gives us a project we didn’t know we needed when he blends DJ Premier production with the lyrics of the late, great Nipsey Hussle with “The Premier Hussle” mixtape. Turn this up and pour out a little something for Nipsey Hussle. Rest in power Neighborhood Nip!
Coney Island’s NEMS made a name for himself as part of Fight Klub and had a battle rap record of 20-3. With his battling days being what brought him to the dance, the New Yorker has put the finishing touches on his solo album Gorilla Monsoon, slated for a May 24th release. Here’s “Where You Know Me From,” which pairs NEMS with rhymeslayer Conway.
DJ PREMIER – LIVE FROM HEADQCOURTERZ RADIO SHOW PLAYLIST FOR APRIL 16, 2019 (GUESTS: ERICK SERMON, TY FYFFE, BOOGEYMAN & RUDE JUDE)
LIVE FROM HEADQCOURTERZ RADIO SHOW
APRIL 16, 2019
You might recognize the sample here as ScHoolboy Q drops “Crash” from his album CrasH Talk, which drops on Friday. Boi-1da slows down the classic Royce 5’9″ and DJ Premier collaboration “Boom” as Q gets introspective.
Mach-Hommy and Your Old Droog have been putting in work together recently and the duo are at it again as they are joined by Tha God Fahim for “Phi Slamma” as the trio rock over a drumless sample.
Styles P has announced a new album in the form of S.P. the GOAT (Ghost Of All Time) that drops on May 3rd. To make the announcement a formal one, The Ghost drops “Change” featuring a hook by Cris Streetz.
Your Old Droog decided to drop a new album on our heads this week with It Wasn’t Even Close. One of the standout cuts from the album features Roc Marciano serving up his verbal blessings on “Chasing Ghosts.”
As expected, Dizz flips a classic and KXNG Crooked lyrically torments it. “Party” finds Crook waxing poetic over a flip of Biggie’s “Party & Bullshit” in the 16th week of The Weeklys.