Uncle Murda connects with Benny The Butcher, Jadakiss and Que Banz for “Freedom” from Murda’s recently released “Don’t Come Outside, Vol. 2.”
What? You thought Griselda would slow down in 2020? Absolutely not. Benny the Butcher lends some lyrical assistance to Hit-Boy on “All Business” from Hit’s The Chauncey Hollis Project.
Reggie Noble enters 2020 stomping in with an attitude as the emcee known as Redman threatens to “Slap the Shit Outcha” if anybody asks him for something stupid. This cut is from the three-pack of songs that Redman dropped recently. Where’s the album though?
You know what time it is! Skillz recaps the final year of the decade and touches on everything to Lil Nas X and Tekashi 6ix9ine to hip hop’s legends crossing the half-century mark. Enjoy it and add it to the collection.
KXNG Crooked annihilates this flip of Twista’s classic “Adrenaline Rush” courtesy of Dizz on “Better Late Than Never.”
KXNG Crooked and Bronze Nazareth will be dropping the Gravitas album on December 13th and drop one last joint to prep you for the collaborative project in the form of “The French Connection.”
The elusive Jay Electronica joins forces with Dave East and 070 Phi for “No Hoodie (Nothin’ To Lose).”
One of the most consistent groups and easily the best live band in hip hop have returned with new music. Black Thought, Questlove and the crew are back at it with new music as The Roots drop “Feel It (You Got It).” No word on whether this is leading to a new album but it’s good to see them back in business.
Unheard Sean Price music is always welcome around these parts. On December 20, Lil Fame will drop a collaborative album with the late, great Sean Price titled Price of Fame that features all new verses from Price.
“Me and Sean P always spoke about recording an album together” Lil Fame commented to Complex. “We grew up in the same neighborhood and came up in the game about the same time. So when we finally got in the studio the shit was epic. Y’all know P is a beast with them bars. Price of Fame!”
Check out the first single “Center Stage.”
Brothers Madlib and Oh No rarely collaborate on music. But now the family members have decided to team up for a full album. Now known as The Professionals, the duo will drop their self-titled album on January 17th. To formally announced the project, they drop “Superhumans” with features from Chino XL and eLZhi.