Bumpy Knucks is joined by the legendary Big Daddy Kane as the two run wild all over this Oddisee produced heat rock.
Styles P continues his freestyle onslaught by giving his own spin to Drake’s “Energy” with the appropriately titled “Ghost Energy.”
With Earl Sweatshirt and Action Bronson both dropping albums this week, it’s only right that Alchemist cut loose a collaboration between the two. And, yeah, “Warlord Leather” is dope as f*ck.
Rapper Big Pooh and Apollo Brown join forces for the 9-track Words Paint Pictures EP. Check it out in its entirety with features from Ras Kass, Marv Won, Lute, Blakk Soul and Novej.
The North Carolina MC captures the complex agonies of the human condition—specifically the black experience in America over the last several centuries. These are tales of racial profiling and corrupt politicians, reality TV distractions, thieving preachers and rapacious exploitation—all offset by tremendous strength. They are uniquely American stories, chronicling both the damned and hopeful. From bleak circumstances, a profoundly durable human spirit emerges.
Looking to secure the 10th spot on the XXL Freshman list, the young Mass Appeal emcee drops “Harmony In A Glass” for your listening pleasure.
After and endless stream of dope leaks from the album, Action Bronson’s Mr. Wonderful is finally here for your consumption. And if you need convincing of any sort, you can stream the album in its entirety courtesy of Spotify.
The Flatbush Zombies are joined by Issa Gold and Joey Bada$$ for “Did You Ever Think.”
Styles P continues his freestyle onslaught over “Ghost Pills” with “Bad Ass Ghost.”
Even though DJ EFN’s Another Time is already out, the remixes keep coming. This one is of the Kam, Blu and MC Eiht collaboration “South-West,” which gets the K-Def treatment.
Sometimes people forget that Mad Skillz is more than just the “Year End Rap” guy. With world travels and experience under his belt, Skillz gets some soulful production from Bink! to discuss how pleased he is with success on “The Sky Ain’t The Limit.” Off of Bink! and Mad Skillz’ “Made In Virginia” album.