Your Old Droog releases a pair of freestyles from the 2002-2006 era over Just Blaze’s Rhythm Roulette beat.
KXNG Crooked crafts a response song of sorts to Axl Rose’s homophobic and racially insensitive “One In A Million.”
Jadakiss takes a spin with Drake’s summertime anthem with “Thot Line Bling” and you can only guess what it’s about.
There sure have been a lot of unreleased Sean Price songs coming out lately. But who would we be to complain? DJ Skizz unearths this 2002 freestyle from the Halftime show.
Thundercat, Flying Lotus and Shabazz Palaces have formed the collective WOKE and are joined by George Clinton for the funky single “The Lavishments of Light Looking.”
Kendrick Lamar joins the legendary George Clinton on the Louis Vega produced remix to “Ain’t That Funkin’ Kinda Hard On You” and the results are, obviously, funky.
Joe Budden follows his open letter to Eminem with this emotionally charged 7-minute dive into his mind after a breakup.
Apollo Brown provides the backdrop for Gangsta Gibbs and Maffew Ragazino to flex over on “Who’s That.”
On October 30th, a collection of 40 unreleased J Dilla instrumentals will be released in the form of Dillatronic. Like the title suggests, these will be beats with some serious electronic influence (think “Raise It Up”). Here’s a little sample of song #7 off the project.
Statik Selektah unearths this previously vaulted track that features the late Sean Price and Jakk Frost. And, of course, it’s dope.