The return of the Ox continues with the duo’s release of “Harlem Knights” off of the upcoming Blade of the Ronin album.
The cats from Cookin Soul decided to merge Prodigy’s vocals with Toro Y Moi’s production for “Keep It Toro.”
The Genius of the Wu Tang Clan comes out of his self imposed hiatus and unveils the first single from his upcoming album Dark Matter.
In honor of the late, great James “J Dilla” Yancy, Beat Junkies J.Rocc and Rhettmatic crafted this tribute mix where the two deejays went back-and-forth on individual setups to craft a creative, 2×4 improvisational mix.
With the Ghostface and BadBadNotGood collaboration Soul Soul dropping next week, the tandem drops an updated version of “Tone’s Rap” for us to feast on.
Joell Ortiz drops some bars for those that have supported him over the years.
With what would have been J Dilla’s 41st birthday being on February 7 and Dilla Weekend in Miami kicking off at the same time, it’s only appropriate that the DJ trio of Manuvers, Sharpsound and LouiArson put together this instrumental mixtape of Dilla beats.
The young rhymeslinger jumps on the Swedish band’s single for a little remix treatment.
With Your Old Droog preparing to hit the road with PRhyme later this month, it’s appropriate that the emcee drops a new EP to whet the appetites of fans who are still reeling for his excellent debut LP. Kinison finds the Coney Island rhymeslinger kicking the linguistics over some vaguely rock fueled production courtesy of frequent collaborators which included DJ Skizz, El RTNC and Marco Polo.
Rolling Stone premiered the EP and caught up with Droog to discuss the project.
“It’s not like something we planned,” Droog tells Rolling Stone. “I was mentioning a lot of people from the rock world in my rhymes. It was like, ‘Yo, I think I gotta tie this thing around, ’cause it’s happening too much….Porno for Pyros…it’s like a dope way of saying your shit is fire. It’s kind of like useless trivia, so I’m making use of it. I just got memory for useless shit. I remember Meredith Brooks; I don’t know why.”
As heard on the latest episode of “Fuck, That’s Delicious,” Alchemist cuts loose the full track to Action Bronson’s “Big League Chew.”