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.”
Consequence revisits Kanye West’s classic “Spaceship” with a little help from Chance The Rapper, GLC, Chuck Inglish and Alex Wiley.
“‘Spaceship’ on Kanye’s 1st LP, The College Dropout was and [still] is a Fan Favorite,” Cons told HHDX. “I thought that Alex Wiley, Chance The Rapper and Chuck Inglish did a great job capturing the vibe of the original record with their own version. Once GLC co-signed it, I thought it would be great to add a verse and put a modern twist on our classic.”
Brother Ali formally announces his sixth album All the Beauty in This Whole Life and drops his second song in as many days with “Own Light (What Hearts Are For.” He gives the following explanation for the project.
“This entire album is based on the reality that beauty is the splendor of truth,” says Ali. “Beauty in all of its forms is the outward manifestation of love and virtue. It soothes the soul and pulls it gently toward the truth it communicates. Every word and note of this album is intended to either reflect beauty, or expose the ugliness that blocks us from living lives of meaning.”
Check out the song and check for the album on May 5th.
Rick Ross drops a new cut from his forthcoming album Rather You Than Me with some assistance from Nipsey Hussle, Slim Thug, Fat Joe and E-40 as they look to “Buy Back The Block” and show some financial strength in the hood.
Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj have been throwing subliminal jabs at each other for some time now. But Remy decides that enough is enough and goes at Nicki’s jugular over Nas’ legendary diss track on “ShETHER.” If there were any questions about their beef, that all ends here as Remy targets her by name and talks about everything from her career and relationship with Drake and Lil Wayne to her sex life and butt implants. Whoa.
Consequence expresses his desire to grow up in a neighborhood where he doesn’t have to worry about being profiled and can raise his kids down the street from Megan Good. Over a sample that feels fitting for an episode of The Cosby Show, Royce Da 5’9″ joins in on the discussion.
On the eve of the release of Milano Constantine’s The Way We Were, the emcee drops the reggae influenced “Rasclat” featuring Big Twins and Conway with production handled by DJ Skizz.
MC BRAVADO FEAT. NITTY SCOTT MC, REAL DEAL & TIME POLICE – UNFILTERED (PRODUCED BY EP OF THE DOPPLEGANGAZ)
“Unfiltered” is the male and female perspective on a woman’s plight for approval and affection from men, in a society predisposed to sexism and a bias that often pressures women to fit an unrealistic and unsustainable physical and behavioral ideal. The song offers views from several vantage points and tries to explore the dichotomy of this issue in and honest and engaging fashion. – MC Bravado