Does Styles P ever get tired of rhyming? Apparently not as The Ghost tackles Redman’s “Tonight’s Da Night” for his latest Friday Freestyle entry.
It’s Friday so you know that means that The Lox are going to punch you in the face with freestyles. Sheek Louch jumps on Nas’ classic “Memory Lane” as he preps us for his Silverback Gorilla 2 project.
K-Def provides a vinyl only remix of DJ EFN’s “Revolutionary Ride Music” with a heavy hitter lineup of emcees.
The Chocolate Boy Wonder joins Canibus and Bronze Nazareth for “Concourse P” off of Time Flys, Life Dies… Phoenix Rise.
So the story goes that DJ Premier spent a few days in the studio alongside St. Petersburg’s BMB Spacekid and one half of LA-based funksters NxWorries, Anderson Paak. The result of their combined wizardry is “Til It’s Done” – a headnodding joyride through electro-funk characterised by a hip-hop drum kit underbelly and topped by Anderson’s ever-capable vocal acrobatics.
Pittsburgh’s Goldsmith once recorded a song with Action Bronson and decides to release it today along with a curious message attached…
“We recorded the record at my parents house a few years ago. Action shook hands with both of my parents & thanked them for having him in their home. I haven’t heard from him since.”
Not even sure what to say about that. Just enjoy the music.
Skyzoo drops another gem from his upcoming Music For My Friends project.
“The idea behind the record was to put together something that really felt like the city. Something that really felt like the NY that I know and grew up in. From the content to the beat, it feels like expensive cars driven by guys from down the block who figured out a way to get whatever they want and celebrate those realizations. That’s how the city looked and felt to me growing up, and I wanted to build something like that for this generation that still tied into the album’s overall theme of innocent ignorance and misguided desires.”
Marco Polo puts a menacing spin on Royce Da 5’9″ and DJ Premier’s “Courtesy.”
Pro Era’s Dirty Sanchez connects with Dyemond Lewis get together for this little collaboration titled “Dial Tone (Leave a Message).”
Action Bronson joins Ea$y Money on this Statik Selektah produced joint from Ea$y’s upcoming The Motive Of Nearly Everybody, Yo.