Killer Mike helps Frank The Butcher unveil his streetwear collaboration with PUMA on this track that Frank produced.
You want something that’s hard as nails? Well, get an earful of Rapper Big Pooh spitting bars over the rugged Nottz production on “300Z” and get ready for Home Sweet Home to drop on November 13.
J-Live drops the single from his forthcoming How Much Is Water album that completely flips the “Ya Momma So Black” jokes on its ear with a narrative of empowerment.
Chris Rivers and Whispers put a spin on Ice Cube’s “You Know How We Do It.”
Jadakiss has become a well known tormentor of other people’s beats to the point where his freestyle is damn near better than the original. With that in mind, it would be wise to listen to and download Jadakiss’ mixtape that features 14 freestyles of nothing but fire. From his “Thotline Bling” to how “Incarcerated Scarfaces” adaptation, it’s all here.
Ras Kass and Jack Splash drop their collaborative album and offer a full album stream for you to digest. Guests include Cee-Lo, Kurupt, Raheem DeVaughn and Teedra Moses and it’s definitely worth the listen.
Producer Moss employs Havoc and Onyx for the rhymes that will have you ready to punch somebody in the face. Off of Moss’ debut album Marching To The Sound Of My Own Drum.
Dave East grabs the beat to Cam’ron’s “Glory” by the throat and gives it a lashing.
Young Stro goes back to a time before he was born and takes on the legendary Main Source and Nas collaboration “Live At The BBQ.”
Talib Kweli and his collective, Colours of The Culture — which is comprised of emcees Talib, Niko Is, Chaz Van Queen, K’Valentine and Truly Def, producers Thanks Joey, Krikos, and Henry Daher, singer Paulina Vo, visual artist YousTheJuice, filmmaker Chris Smith, comedian Seth Byrd and multi-hyphenates Anthony “Townsky” Diaz, The Narcysist and Palmer Reed — have released the collaborative project Roy G Biv: What A Colourful World. The Styles P cut is certainly one to check out.