Chris Rivers and Sheek Louch give the Special Ed classic a reworking.
The name alone is legendary. Hit play and listen to Method Man, The Chef and Inspectah Deck rekindle the flames from two decades ago.
In the midst of the Drake and Meek Mill feud, CyHi The Prynce drops this track that is seemingly a shot at the man that brought him into G.O.O.D. Music, the one and only Kanye West. CyHi appears to be upset that he’s yet to make any noise on the label and completely goes off. But an alarm clock going off could signal that this is nothing more than a dream. Listen to it and you be the judge.
Producer Apollo Brown grabs the Mash Out Posse for the first joint off of Brown’s upcoming album Grandeur that will feature the likes of Skyzoo, Torae, Oddisee, Evidence, Ras Kass and more.
Apollo Brown – Grandeur Tracklisting
2. Neva Eva (feat. Barrel Brothers)
3. What You Were Lookin’ For (feat. Oddisee)
4. Detonate (feat. MOP)
5. Brass Tacks (feat. Chino XL & Finale)
6. There’s Always Radio (feat. Evidence)
7. Still Standin’ (feat. Rasheed Chappell)
8. The Hard Way (feat. Saga & Ty Farris)
9. Getting’ By (feat. Rapper Big Pooh & Dynasty)
10. Enemies With Benefits (feat. Ras Kass)
11. Walk With Me (feat. Vinnie Paz & Blacastan)
12. Not That Guy (feat. Your Old Droog)
13. Money (feat. Masta Ace & Wordsworth)
14. Who’s That (feat. Maffew Ragazino & Freddie Gibbs)
15. In The Moment (feat. OC)
16. Triple Beams (feat. Westside Gunn & Planet Asia)
17. Eachother (feat. Eternia)
18. Yesman Shit (feat. Sean Price & Reks)
19. Checkered Flag (feat. Ugly Heroes)
Take a guess as to what KXNG Crooked’s new joint is about.
It only took a week for Meek Mill to respond to Drake with this Jahlil Beats production that features The Undertaker’s WWE theme. Was it worth the wait?
The tandem of Oh No and Alchemist drop another single off of their upcoming project You Disgust Me. The album will feature the likes of Action Bronson, Your Old Droog, Fashawn, Havoc, Chuck Strangers, Evidence and Sean Price.
After a week of tweets, a lukewarm shot fired and nonsensical banter, Drake cuts loose “Back To Back” and it’s clearly a venom filled diss track aimed at Meek Mill. Did Drake bury Meek with this song? Ain’t nothing better than hip hop beef that stays on wax. Let’s see if Meek retorts.
Oh, and you have to understand the image that Drake had accompanying the song. It’s Joe Carter of the Toronto Blue Jays (Drake’s hometown) after smashing a championship clinching home run against the Philadelphia Phillies (Meek Mill’s hometown) in the 1993 World Series. Clever.
With CNN’s Lessons out now, the duo drops this stellar cut that Statik Selektah produced.
Joell Ortiz travels up north to join Canadian emcee Jerzee to get a house in New York.