The Ghost lets the verbal chopper rip over Nipsey Hussle’s “Killa.”
Slum Village (Young RJ & T3) returns with their eighth album Yes! Before the album drops on June 16 you can get a full listen (or two, or three) in. Featuring the likes of De La Soul, Black Milk, Bilal and the production of the late J Dilla on eight (!) songs, it’s certainly worth the spin. Cop it on iTunes.
Mega and Marciano get grimy over a filthy Marco Polo production.
The Drum Gang provides the backdrop for Wais P and Razzy Kazzy to rock over.
The sequel to “Latino” from Joell Ortiz’ The Brick features the likes of Emilio Rojas, Bodega Bamz and Chris Rivers rocking over !llmind production. Off of the Ortiz and !llmind collaborative album Human dropping on July 17.
“Human is a fun album for me. 1st time I worked with one producer on an ENTIRE project. Shout out to ILL Mind for seeing this vision with me and creating the awesome music !! It’s a very honest and raw album,” said Joell Ortiz, “I take you through all the human emotions through storytelling and good rhyming (in my opinion lol) Every record makes you feel a way. Love it or hate it, but you will FEEL it. Really excited to get this out to the people.”
Papoose drops the first single from his album You Can’t Stop Destiny. The Havoc produced “Mobbin” features Troy Ave and is a certified banger. The album drops on July 17 and you can pre-order here.
Sheek Louch runs up on the instrumental to Mobb Deep’s “Burn” with his guns blazing just to get you ready for the eventual release of Silverback Gorilla 2.
With Joell Ortiz announcing the Human album with !llmind, Mr. Yaooowa spits hot fire over the Troy Ave and 50 Cent collabo.
Your Old Droog tosses the assist to producer Maticulous for the intro to his upcoming project The Maticulous LP.
On July 10th, Ghostface and Adrian Younge will drop the sequel to 12 Reasons To Die. The duo nab Raekwon for the cinematic “Let The Record Spin” as the two go toe to toe on the chilling track.