When 9th Wonder and Murs get together, there’s an expectation for great music. This surprise project from the dynamic duo keeps the good vibes flowing as Brighter Daze provides 12 tracks of excellence and features the likes of Mac Miller, Problem, Rapsody, Bad Lucc and more. Stream it now!
Kanye West return with a new joint that spits venom at Nike in the form of the Metro Boomin’ and Southside produced “Facts.” Do you dig it?
You can’t end the year without Skillz coming through to recap the entire 2015 in rhyme form. From Steve Harvey’s Ms. Universe mishap to the Drake and Meek Mill feud, Skillz doesn’t miss a thing in pop culture.
To cap off an excellent 2015, Logic drops off this previously unreleased joint that features Killer Mike and Slug titled “Tree Of Life”
As part of DJ Absolut’s Mixtape Monday series, the deejay unearths a freestyle from Mobb Deep over Eminem’s classic instrumental to “The Way I Am.”
Back in 2013, Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip joined forces to drop a very dope project titled “The Abstract & The Dragon.” Two years later, Bussa Bus drops the sequel even though Q-Tip seems to be on a hiatus for the follow up. But even without The Abstract, Busta Rhymes employs the likes of Chance the Rapper, Fabolous, Raekwon, DOOM, Roc Marci, BJ the Chicago Kid, Black Milk, Pharrell, Wiz Khalifa, Mary J Blige, and a reunion with Leaders Of The New School. Yes, you must listen to this now.
Seventeen years ago, Eminem and Royce Da 5’9″ were still young bucks trying to find their way into the music industry. With the holiday spirit in the air, DJ Eclipse drops this special 1998 episode of the Halftime Show were Bad Meets Evil shows up to show out.
Courtesy of Eclipse:
Merry Christmas everyone! Here goes another Halftime show from ’98 with guests Eminem and Royce Da 5’9″ (85:53). Short interview right into the freestyle session (if only cats today were as hungry as the 90s generation). As usual, Riz sets off the show lovely and then half way through I get on to finish up. Always good listening to the mic breaks to see what was going on during that time (i.e. Tramps shows, Fat Beats in-stores, new mixer…thanks Fat Beats!) (52:25). So much good music played. Last mic break at 147:39. Enjoy.
Fisher spits fire alongside Emilio Rojas and Chris Rivers on the Music Mystro produced “Mercenaries.”
Like him or not, you have to appreciate Sean Combs grabbing 2/3 of The Lox for this bonus track off of his MMM project.
With Star Wars crushing box office records, the tag team of !llmind and Timbaland put their jedi robes on for “The Force.”