Ras Kass and Apollo Brown give you instructions on how to kill God. Don’t ask, just listen.
The last time the Mash Out Posse and Busta Rhymes were on a song together was the remix to “Ante Up” so best believe that another collaboration was long overdue. “Broad Daylight (187 Pt. 2)” is off of the upcoming Street Certified EP (executive produced by DJ Premier) that celebrates two decades of M.O.P. and drops on November 18th. Now, enough reading and listen to the tandem “off your on switch.”
Chicago producer A Villa puts together yet another lineup of dope emcees for the song “Live At The Villa.” But the question we want to know is: “Who killed it?”
Joe Budden’s “Ordinary Love” series continues with yet another installment that serves as the lead single to his upcoming Some Love Lost album dropping on November 4th.
Ras Kass and Apollo Brown unleash a ridiculous banger off of their upcoming album Blasphemy. “Giraffe Pussy” features Royce Da 5’9″, Bishop Lamont & Xzibit completely annihilating the Apollo Brown beat. Blasphemy drops October 28th and you can preorder the album here.
You may have seen the low quality radio rip of Preem and Nickel’s lead single off of the upcoming PRhyme album floating around the web. But there’s nothing like an official version for your listening pleasure. Here’s “Courtesy,” which you can cop on iTunes now. Don’t forget to preorder the album here as well.
Joe Budden reminds any doubters that he was an ill rhymeslinger way before the reality TV bug bit him. With fellow Slaughterhouse member Crooked I riding shotgun, Joey unleashes this dark, brooding jewel off of his upcoming Some Love Lost EP, which drops on November 4.
With Muddy Waters 2 on the way, Reggie Noble gets inspired by Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick’s masterpiece and links up with the legendary Marley Marl for their own rendition.
And now, some words from the Funk Doctor…
Uncle Marley great record Unc..I went to Unc house and we came up with this Thow Back to Hit yall wit !!! frm Dougie Fresh and the Get Fresh Crew (feat Slick Rick) “The Show”.
Thanks to the good folks over at DJ Booth, you can stream Rapsody’s latest EP “Beauty & The Beast.” With only one guest spot set aside for Problem, Rapsody rocks with production by Eric G., Khrysis, Nottz and, of course, 9th Wonder. Check it out and then cop your own over here.
As the release of the upcoming Beauty & The Beast EP draws near, female rhyme slayer Rapsody drops the menacing “Godzilla.”