If there are any questions as to whether or not Eminem still has “it,” they are all answered when Eminem annihilates the mic on “Sway In The Morning” while promoting the release of the film Southpaw. This is vicious and vintage Slim Shady.
Dave East keeps the heat coming with the Rico Suave produced “Demonstrate.” Be on the lookout for the Hate Me Now mixtape coming sooner than you think.
One more joint from CNN before they drop the Lessons album on Friday. Produced by Jahlil Beats.
Apparently recorded during George W. Bush’s first term in office (2001-2005), this unreleased Jay Electronica track doesn’t necessarily sound a decade old. Jay took to twitter to acknowledge the song’s existence but wasn’t released intentionally by him.
That man up record was recorded way during gw bush first term in office! Lol where do ppl get they hands on this stuff??
— سيف الله (@JayElectronica) July 22, 2015
Oh well, enjoy.
With his self-titled production project already out, Maticulous releases another joint off the project featuring The Rockness Monsta and Guilty Simpson.
The king of the emotional roller coaster rap song, Jumpoff Joey is back with “Broke.”
Your Old Droog is back with yet another project to keep you buzzing. Six tracks of dopeness featuring the likes of DJ Skizz, Marco Polo and El RTNC. Spotify serves up the stream and best believe that there’s a full length coming later this year.
By now you’ve heard about the Meow The Jewels project that started off as a joke until the kickstarter campaign amassed $40k in pledge money. Well, the first single from the feline version of RTJ drops with the assistance of Boots on the appropriately titled “Meowrly.”
The four headed monster of Joell Ortiz, Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9″ and KXNG Crooked get some assistance behind the boards from araabMUZIK and Just Blaze for “R.N.S.” off of the Southpaw soundtrack.
A wonderful summer treat for hip hop heads comes in the form of Joell Ortiz and !llmind’s collaborative album Human. With dope beats from The !ll One and wicked rhymes from Mr. Yaowa, it’s hard to deny the project’s excellence. So go ahead and listen to it now and then cop your own.