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.
The emcee formally known as Lil Fame puts some bars together over Black Rob and The Lox’s “Can I Live.”
Statik Selektah recruits long time collaborators Action Bronson and Joey Bada$$ for the lead single from his Lucky 7 album dropping on July 7th.
Chris Rivers tackles his father’s “You Ain’t A Killer” and The Lox’s “Recognize” for this quick strike freestyle.
Papoose isn’t going to let you forget about him as he punches Prodigy’s Alchemist-produced banger in the mouth. You Can’t Stop Destiny is coming at you soon.
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With Sheek’s Silverback Gorilla 2 on the way, the Lox member rips up Black Moon’s “I Got Cha Opin.”
One week after dropping his The Motive Of Nearly Everybody, Yo album, Ea$y Money cuts loose a track that didn’t make the album with the appropriate title “One Week Later.”