After dropping the DJ Premier-produced “Beat The Odds,” David Bars is right back at it with “A Star Is Born” that features production from Buckwild and a guest spot from the one and only Fat Joe. The Bar Code drops on November 15th. Are you ready?
Griselda is cooking for their Shady debut. Westside Gunn, Conway and Benny The Butcher are all in the kitchen with WWCD? on the horizon. Here’s the second single from their album titled “Chef Dreds.”
Well, isn’t this a pleasant surprise! Out of nowhere, Brother Ali and Evidence release a joint album titled Secrets & Escapes that was a byproduct of Ali’s time with Evidence during three trips to California. The duo ended up with 11 songs where Ali brings the rhymes and Evidence handles the production and it features the likes of Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch and, of course, Evidence.
Check it out in its entirety now.
Since leaving Aftermath, Jon Connor has been picking his spots for his return to the scene. Today, the Flint emcee drops a freestyle over Eminem and Logic’s “Homicide” and absolutely wrecks it.
“I gained my fanbase from feeding the streets with content that showcased my lyrical ability,” Connor said. “What captivated them was how hard I was going. And I wanted fans to know that, after all these years and throughout my journey, I still give a fuck about MC-ing.”
And, guess what? He’s planning on dropping an album in 2020.
After 15 years, Gang Starr fans can rejoice because a new full-length album with production by DJ Premier and rhymes from the legendary Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal has finally arrived. 16 cuts of freshness from Gang Starr has arrived in the form of the appropriately titled One Of the Best Yet. Containing sixteen tracks of pure heat that matches the signature Preemo sound with some never heard before rhymes from the late, great Guru, the unexpected seventh studio album from the classic rap duo hits hard and reminds us just how special Gang Starr was and forever will be.
With some assistance from the likes of J. Cole, Talib Kweli, Royce 5’9″, Nitty Scott, Q-Tip, Freddie Foxxx, Group Home, Ne-Yo and Big Shug, One Of The Best Yet is a powerful ode to hip hop. Check it out now!
Westside Gunn is preparing to hit us with the 7th installment of his Hitler Wears Hermes series on Halloween. And in preparation of that, he tags in his Griselda cohorts as Benny the Butcher and Conway go to work over an Alchemist and Daringer production on “Kool G.”
After doing his thing in Hulu’s Wu-Tang: An American Saga series as Method Man, Dave East gets back to his rhyming roots of the present day alongside Nasty Nas on “Godfather 4” produced by DJ Green Lantern.
Pusha T’s peddles his dope boy rhymes over some sizzling Swizz Beatz production on “No Patience.” The song is pulled from EPIX original series “Godfather of Harlem” that airs every Sunday at 10 pm ET.
D.I.T.C.’s David Bars is ushering in a new era of the Digging In The Crates crew with his DJ Premier-produced joint “Beat The Odds” from his upcoming project The Bar Code. With Preemo providing the signature thump, Bars delivers his rhyming namesake.
The raspy one is back at it. Jadakiss appears to be revving up the engine on a new project and drops the Bryan-Michael Cox-produced song “Me.”