Fredro Starr & Sticky Fingaz capture the current climate of society as African Americans continue to be brutalized at the hands of police with the SickFlow assisted “Strike Bac.”
Big Daddy Kane pounces on this Agallah production and gives it the business. Off of Agallah’s upcoming album Agalito’s Way, dropping May 5th.
Bumpy Knucks unearths the full mixed version of this song from 2006 that comes just in time as the current climate between black folks and the police is as uneasy as ever.
Thought it was time to dig back into the archives and pull something that was fitting to the emotion of the people. The subject matter never changes in these types of songs until the condition changes in our neighborhoods across the world, even then it will be a historic memory in our lives reflected in songs forever. Sometimes the frustration of injustice just grabs you by the heart and squeezes and you just want to scream “CAN I GET A BREAK?!?!? Where are the leaders that want to really help and not just line their pockets? Let’s not destroy our own communities but stand strong and protect the seniors and babies. Enjoy.
On May 26, Ea$y Money’s The Motive Of Nearly Everyone Yo drops. Here’s a little sample of what’s to come as Termanology joins his fellow ST rep to kick the linguistics over “The Hope” from Fabolous’ “The Soul Tape 3.”
KXNG Crooked takes on the Jonathan Hay, King Tech & Mike Smith reworking of Candlebox’s “Far Behind.” off of the recently released When Music Worlds Collide from SMH Records.
The severely underrated DMV producer and emcee drops his 12-track LP The Good Fight today and you can stream it in its entirety now before you pick it up.
The Styles P lyrical onslaught continues as he and rhyme partner Forty bless the title track to PRhyme.
Ras Kass continues to prove why he’s one of the most underrated lyricists in hip hop with “So O.G.” that finds the Carson emcee spitting over some smooth production.
Big Shug and M-Dot trade bars over a menacing DJ Brans produced banger. Off of Shug’s Triple Ogzus.
Jadakiss runs wild over a Big Daddy Kane classic to remind you why he’s one of the baddest lyricists in the game.