Actor Rick Gonzalez (Coach Carter, Illegal Tender, Roll Bounce, etc.) tries his hand at rapping alongside Prodigy on the Statik Selektah produced “Love & Money” off of his upcoming album Fidelio.
Another day, another member of The Lox drops some heat. Sheek Louch blesses 50 Cent and Dr. Dre’s “Gunz Come Out” for his latest gift to fans.
Adrian Younge has been a busy man who has dropped nothing but brilliance. Today, you can check out his Linear Labs: Los Angeles album in its entirety before copping on iTunes. Featuring the likes of Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Souls of Mischief, Ali Shaheed Muhammad,Toni Scruggs and Laetitia Saddier, this 10-track offering of funk is just what you need to get through the week.
As ST Da Squad’s Ea$y Money prepares to drop The Motive Of Nearly Everybody Yo on May 26, the emcee drops this joint to warm you up that features Joey Bada$$, Wais P and Rob White rocking over some Statik Selektah production.
What do you do after you use a Busta Rhymes sample for a song? Get him on the actual track. Bussa Buss joins Fashawn on the official remix for “Out The Trunk.”
The Barrel Brothers (Torae & Skyzoo) release this vinyl only bonus track from their 2014 album that was produced by Marco Polo.
Fabolous continues to torment classic instrumentals with wicked freestyles. The latest installment finds Loso getting busy over Nas’ “The World Is Yours.”
After showing out with 2013’s Twelve Reasons To Die, Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge have reunited for the sequel that will drop in July. But prior to that, the duo serve up Return of the Savage and here’s the title track featuring the RZA and the Chef.
Yup, all three of The Lox dropped freestyles on Friday. We wrap up this L-O-X dominated Friday with Styles P pouncing on French Montana’s “Off The Rip.”
Kiss cuts his teeth over Capone-N-Noreaga’s Alchemist-produced “The Reunion” with his freestyle titled “Bang Bang.”