Never one to shy away from issues that plague the Black community, Rapsody drops a new single titled “12 Problems.” It’s a potent joint about police brutality from Roc Nation’s Reprise compilation.
Action Bronson continues to set the stage for Only For Dolphins with “Mongolia.” With Meyhem Lauren and Hologram by his side, Bam Bam rocks over the Mediterranean production as the trio blasts off in the only way they know how. And it’s full of colorful rhymes.
Fresh off of “Honcho,” MC Eiht connects with Havoc and Kurupt for “Neighborhood Looks” from his forthcoming album Lessons.
In the event that you somehow missed it, Conway the Machine got a DJ Premier production on his album with “Nothin Less.” After you listen to this, go back and turn up From King To A God.
Elzhi will drop his new album Seven Times Down Eight Times Up on September 25 and offers fans a glimpse of what’s to come with “Light One Write One” produced by JR Swiftz.
On September 25, Action Bronson will formally return to the game with Only for Dolphins. Following the release of “Latin Grammys,” Bam Bam gives us another offering with “Golden Eye.”
M.O.P.’s Billy Danze continues his solo endeavors as he connects with Swedish producer TooBusy for a forthcoming collaborative project titled We Busy. With DJ Premier dropping by, they cut loose a joint from the project called “Take A Step.”
“We Busy is more of the thinking section that leads to my album. The soulful beats helped me showcase the Billy Danze my audience may not know; I’m painting familiar portraits on an unfamiliar canvas” Bill commented. “With ‘Take A Step,’ the beat is so funkee and it lead me to a very braggadocios flow. For 20+ years DJ Premier has addressed me as Berko and no one says it like him.”
As we inch closer to the September 11th release of Conway the Machine’s From King to a God, the Buffalo emcee releases a new joint produced by none other than Hit-Boy. “Fear of God” features Dej Loaf and the production allows both to float on the track.
Big Sean’s recent announcement that Detroit 2 would be released was met with praise. Following his stellar 2011 outing, Big Sean looks to be on the right path of duplicating the success as he releases “Deep Reverence” that features a posthumous Nipsey Hussle verse over some head rocking Hit-Boy production.
The legendary MC Eiht connects Compton with Buffalo as he rocks with Conway The Machine on “Honchos.” From Eiht’s forthcoming album Lessons, the new and old school get filthy over a Ferhan C. production with some scratches added by DJ Premier.