Another unreleased freestyle from the late, great Prodigy courtesy of DJ Absolut and Havoc. This one is “Stay Chiseled.”
One year after we lost Prodigy, Havoc salutes his fallen friend and shares an unreleased freestyle from the Queensbridge duo over Nas’ “Thief Theme” instrumental.
Method Man and Rockwilder are quite familiar with one another from the legendary track “Da Rockwilder.” The duo join forces again in 2018 and deliver “Who Im Iz Reloaded.”
Vanderslice offers the beat and Slug & Evidence knock it out of the park on “North American Money” from Van’s upcoming album The Best Album Money Can Buy.
Blu has a response song for Nas’ “Cops Shot The Kid” and offers up “Cops Kill Kids” that samples Ice-T and gets a little more personal than the Nas and Kanye song.
Lin Manuel Miranda liberates this unreleased gem from the Hamilton vaults almost a year to the day that we lost Prodigy. It’s the Mobb Deep joint “Boom Goes The Canon.”
As we inch closer to the release of Freeway’s next album Think Free on June 22nd, the Philly emcee drops off a new single titled “All Falls Down.”
Apollo Brown has mastered the art of the one emcee/one producer album over the past couple of years with excellent efforts alongside the likes of Skyzoo, Ras Kass, Ghostface and others. But this connection with Bay Area lyricist Locksmith is absolutely one of the highlights of his career. Check out the grown man boom bap of No Question in its entirety now.
Chris Rivers takes a break from hijacking instrumentals of current songs and goes all the way back to 1994 to pounce on Notorious B.I.G.’s “Gimme The Loot” instrumental for “Gimme the Boost.”
Rapsody lends the lyrical assist to UK singer Moss Kena on “Problems,” which also features THEY.