Hanz On hires the big guns of the Wu Tang Clan to fire it up and air it out on “Smoke Like We Do.”
Maffew Ragazino salutes the spirit of The Notorious B.I.G. with a freestyle over Biggie’s classic firestarter “Party & Bullshit.”
Raekwon shares another banger from The Wild, this time it’s all about “My Corner” with assistance from Lil Wayne. “‘My Corner’ is a flashback to them good ol’ terrible blocks, and we take you back to all-black outfits,” Raekwon told Rolling Stone. “This record must be played at high volume.
Agallah and Big Twins join San Diego’s Banish for a grit and grime filled track titled “Paying You A Visit.” Judging by the sound of this, I don’t want any of them paying me a visit.
Young M.A. announced that she’ll be dropping a full length project titled HerStory In The Making later this year. But before that, she’ll release a pair of EPs titled “HerStory.” And from Part 1 spawns the single “Hot Sauce”
Your Old Droog suggests that a rap career may not be in everyone’s life and perhaps seeking real employment would be a better idea on “You Can Do It! (Give Up).”
“This is a song about how some people should stop following their dreams — especially if it ain’t made for them” Droog wryly says on the song. “Got get a job at the MTA, go be an A&R, do some graphic design work or something. Not everyone is supposed to rap.”
Ea$y Money links up with Shady records newest signee for a romp over and producer Billy Loman’s menacing production.
After catching a body over some vintage J Dilla on “Life,” KXNG Crooked returns to add to the morgue with his freestyle over the Slaughterhouse banger “Cut You Loose.”
Remy Ma wasn’t satisfied with her vicious 7-minute tirade against Nicki Minaj on “ShETHER” and comes back with the appropriately titled “Another One.” Does she do it again?
If you recall, Ruff Ryders emcee Quadir absolutely annihilated the Statik Selektah produced “Exorcism” last month. And now he’s back to prove that it was no fluke as he wrecks the classic instrumental to “Blackout.”