Producer Marty McKay and wordsmith Canibus will collaborate for The Matrix Theory 1 EP, which will be released on December 10th. To lead the charge, the duo enlists the services of Chris Rivers and Wrekonize for “Agent Smith.”
With that Tana Talk 3 still pumping through speakers, Benny the Butcher decides to take the Meek Mill, Jay-Z and Rick Ross collaboration “What’s Free” for a spin.
It’s a Wu-Tang reunion of sorts as Inspectah Deck and Ghostface will collaborate on a project set for release early next year. Deck, along with 7L & Esoteric, will reform as CZARFACE and dropped the appropriately titled CZARFACE Meets Ghostface on February 15th. This is another collaboration that is in the same vein as their recent collaboration with MF DOOM on CZARFACE Meets Metal Face. To lead things off comes the sinister collaboration “Iron Claw.”
Staten Island’s Solomon Childs is back on the block with some work as he links up with Rock, Conway and B Dvine for “2 Middle Fingers Up.” Produced by Tone Spliff, the emcees get busy over head snapping production. From Childs’ forthcoming Prophet and the King album.
We’re proud to premiere Ras Kass’ new joint “Feeling Myself” produced by Omid G from the forthcoming 7” “SOI2 – The Leaks” that will be shipping via Blackhouse Records this month. If you’re wondering what SOI2 means, it’s Soul On Ice 2 and this is one of two joints from the full-length album. SOI2 is near completion and will drop soon. Until then, enjoy this cut and you can preorder the 7″ here.
“SOI2 – The Leaks 7” is limited to 500 copies worldwide and is graced with a watercolor portrait/min-poster of Ras Kass painted by Alex WuKang and gold-embossed seal of authenticity.
More music from Smoke DZA. This time, he links up with Phil Ade and Wale to deliver some “Fiscal Thoughts.”
Ghostface Killah remixes “Buckingham Palace” with some lyrical assistance from KXNG Crooked, 38 Spesh and Benny The Butcher. Ghost Files drops Friday.
Smoke DZA makes his presence felt as we head to the end of 2018 with a new joint titled “Energy.”
While on the set of TBS’ Drop The Mic, DJ Nu-Mark played Method Man an instrumental and Mr. Meth decided to bless it in one take. With that comes “Zodiac Killah.”
After a bit of silence, Chris Rivers flexes over the same beat that saw Tory Lanez and Joyner Lucas go back and forth for the “I’m Litty Too” freestyle.