2DopeBoyz and DJ Booth unleash the sequel to the 2012 compilation album that is 14 tracks of goodness featuring the likes of KXNG CROOKED, One-2, El Prez, Fashawn, Horseshoe Gang, K-Young, Niqle Nut, Demrick and many more. Check it out in its entirety and download the damn thing now!
On July 7th, Statik Selektah will release his seventh album, appropriately titled Lucky 7. This song, however, won’t be on the album. With Your Old Droog dropping the linguistics about public transportation over banging production, it’s a shame that this didn’t make the final cut.
Nothing like hearing some unreleased Jay Dee production. Slum Village’s latest off their upcoming album Yes! features that Dilla bounce as well as guest spots from BJ The Chicago Kid and Illa J.
It’s all about rhyming over other people’s beats these days as Dave East bodies Cam’ron’s “Glory.”
The tormenting of other people’s instrumentals by Fabolous continues as Loso tackles Nas’ “Black Girl Lost” for the latest installment of his freestyle sessions.
Another Friday, another Jadakiss burner. This time Kiss roasts Cam’ron’s “The Roc (Just Fire)” produced by Just Blaze.
1/3 of The Lox catches wreck over the legendary “DWYCK” instrumental.
Talented emcee and produced Denaun Porter of D12 fame drops this EP full of goodness for your listening pleasure. Featuring the likes of Rapsody, Royce Da 5’9″, Scram Jones and Pharoahe Monch, it’s certainly worth your time. And it’s free. Who can beat that?
Skyzoo cuts loose the first track from his third LP Music For My Friends dropping on June 23 and has some words regarding the song.
“I wanted this record to really remind people of what I do as far as entendres go. The double and even triple meanings, the layering, the stacking, I wanted that be the foundation for this song. Being that the album itself is based on storytelling more so than anything else, I wanted to have at least one record where I just let it all fly”.