It’s the middle of the week so you know that means that Chris Rivers is jacking for beats. This go around he snatches up Nicki Minaj’s “Chun Li” and pumps it full of testosterone with “Bruce Lee.”
To celebrate Record Store Day, Colemine Records brought together Smoke DZA, Blu and Fly Anakin for the song “Head Above Water.”
C-N-N are back. Well, kind of. The Violator DJs just dropped a brand new song by Cormega that features Capone and Noreaga and doesn’t have a title.
Bun B joins forces with Big K.R.I.T. for “Slow It Down” as the Underground King prepares to drop Return of the Trill soon.
Alchemist provides the beat for Westside Gunn and Conway to terrorize on “Budz” which works just perfectly for some post 4/20 smoking sessions.
One of the standout joints from Soni WithAnEye’s latest album features Mobb Deep — before Prodigy’s passing — and production from Statik Selektah on “Coming From Queens.”
It’s 4/20 so you know what time it is. Smoke DZA, Curren$y, Dave East and Styles P spark one up and deliver that goodness on “Inhale Exhale.” From the Compound’s three-track project called Set Free Presents: Compound Smoke Project, which dropped today.
J. Period takes classic OutKast songs and remixes them with the score from Black Panther to bring you the “Wakanda Forever” mixtape. This thing is ridiculous and worthy of your ears.
“Wakandan Airlines (J.Period Remix)” [Sky High]
“Seasons Change” b/w “Afro-Future”
“Wakanda vs. Babylon (J.Period Remix)”
“T’Challa vs. Killmonger (J.Period Remix)”
“T’Rosa Parks (J.Period Remix)”
“Royal Panther” b/w “Wakandan Belle”
“All Hail The Dora Milaje (Interlude)”
“Wakandan Church Cookout (J.Period Remix)”
“Storytellin’ (Fela-bration Remix)” f. Daniel Crawford
“WakandATLiens (J.Period Remix)”
“Jabariland Outkasts (J.Period Remix)” [Outtro]
“Bombs Over Wakanda (J.Period Remix)
“T’Challa in ATL (J.Period Remix)” [Bonus]
“The Story of Hip Hop (N’Jobu Speaks)” f. Sterling K. Brown [Download only]
Another week, another Chris Rivers freestyle. This go around, Rivers blesses Cardi B’s “I Like It” beat for his own spin titled “I Like It Like Rap.”
It seems like it’s about time for a new Styles P album, right? On May 4th, the Ghost will release G-Host and he makes the announcement with a song from the album titled “Heat of the Night.” This joint is hard as bricks dipped in steel.