D12’s Kuniva is joined by fellow Detroit rhymeslingers Royce 5’9″ and Kid Vishis for “Keep Calm.” Detroit what!?!
Conway is ramping up now that the ink is dry on his Shady Records deal and drops a new mixtape with DJ Green Lantern titled “Reject on Steroids.” Featuring Royce 5’9″ on “Ill” and Daringer on the production, this is a banger.
Joell Ortiz gets some production from The HeatMakerz and goes into full beast mode as he torments “God Forbid.”
Goodness gracious. Royce 5’9″ and Conway go off on this wicked joint from Lantern’s “The Machine” mixtape. Royce absolutely murders his verse and Conway goes blow for blow on his end. Nothing but rewind worthy punchlines here.
Future adds Kendrick Lamar to his standout track from his self-titled album and watches as Kung Fu Kenny obliterates it.
For those who think that G-Eazy can’t rhyme, think again. The Bay Area talent connects with 9th Wonder and shows his ass on the ultra dope “Maximum.” Whew.
Cleveland’s Vice Souletric and Nottz connect to deliver this timely anthem to the city as the Cavs plow through the playoffs. It’s a banger that salutes a city that appears to be on the verge of being a sports powerhouse.
“With the Indians back in action and the Browns coming off what many to believe to be a stellar draft, this anthem adds fuel to an already buzzing and promising future for all of Cleveland sports,” said Vice.
Bang this as we await Vice’s next project T.R.A.P. (The Reality of All People).
For those who have been standing by and waiting patiently for news regarding the sequel to the second installment of PRHYME, Royce 5’9″ has shared a video of DJ Premier on the turntables concocting something that sounds like it will be epic once it is completed. With Royce using the hashtag #PRHYME2, we can only imagine that we are drawing closer to the release of the project.
Producer Danger Mouse employs Run The Jewels and Big Boy for the track “Chase Me” off of the soundtrack for the film “Baby Driver,” which stars Jamie Foxx. The song is all about completing a heist and getting away from the scene of the crime.