Freddie Gibbs remakes Gil-Scott Heron’s “Winter In America” as part of The Undefeated and Hollywood Records’ new project, Black History Always: Music For The Movement Vol. 2
It still feels unreal that Phife Dawg is no longer with us. But his legacy will live on and the latest reminder of his incredible ability as an emcee comes with “Nutshell Pt. 2” that features Redman and Busta Rhymes joining Phife over a J Dilla production. It’s a sequel to the last song Phife released.
Nasty Nas goes in over Hit Boy production again in what may have been a leftover from King’s Disease with “EPMD.” It’s another joint from the Judas & The Black Messiah soundtrack.
From the soundtrack to Judas & The Black Messiah comes this collaboration between Jay-Z and the late, great Nipsey Hussle. “What it Feels Like.” Just hit play and ride out.
Conway and Big Ghost have been known to make magic together and the duo does just that by dropping If it Bleeds It Can Be Killed. Ten tracks of pure ferociousness are at your disposal here but go ahead and hit play on “Kill All Rats” that finds Conway alongside Ransom and Rome Streetz for some verbal brutality.
The Juggaknots’ very own Breeze Brewin drops a new joint with Marco Polo titled “King Oxymoron.” Breeze’s unique rhyme scheme fits perfectly over Marco’s signature production. This cut comes from Brewin’s recently released Hindsight album that you should probably go and listen to right now.
Page Kennedy comes correct by bringing together Method Man and Elzhi to join him in the festival of bars on “Pain.” Page keeps pace with the Mr. Meth and one of Detroit’s finest on this outing from his forthcoming album Page, dropping on February 19th.
Termanology kicks off his 2021 campaign in preparation of his 41st project. Yes, 41st. On March 5th he’ll drop Goya 3 and he gets things going alongside Lil Fame, Jay Royale and Rome Streetz with “Broad Day.”
Hot 97’s Peter Rosenberg will be dropping a project later this year titled Real Late and brings together some of his favorite artists for a series of songs. Kicking off the festivities is Stove God Cooks and Flee Lord dropping science over Zoomo production on “Marcus Smart.”
Flee Lord and Stove God Cooks are two of my favorite new artists and Zoomo is an incredible young producer,” said Rosenberg. “I named the song after Marcus Smart, because he’s the grittiest, hardest working player in the NBA. I think we did him justice.”
From M.O.P.’s First Family, Teflon is back at it with a new joint that analyzes the current state of America as things still aren’t quite right.