Conway and Westside Gunn provide the firepower alongside Lord Juco on “New World Order.”
Slaine and Termanology are assisted by Madchild and DJ Revolution as they go on “Some Other Shit” on this joint off their forthcoming Anti-Hero album.
It’s been a while since we last heard new music from Big K.R.I.T. but the Mississippi emcee is back with a new song and what appears to be a new album on the way. Check out K.R.I.T.’s “Confetti.”
From Talib Kweli’s next album Radio Silence comes his collaboration with Rick Ross and Yummy Bingham “Heads Up, Eyes Open.”
Emilio Rojas addresses the current state of racial affairs in America over the instrumental of Kendrick Lamar’s “Element.” From Colin Kaepernick protests to Trump’s failure as a president, Rojas covers a lot of ground in under two minutes.
There are still a steady stream of songs from Sean Price being released a year after his death. “Down With Me” finds Sean P trading bars with Wu-Tang Clan’s Masta Killer over a head nodding 9th Wonder production.
Top Dawg Entertainment president Punch has been known to dabble in the pool of the written rhyme. With a few songs out here and there, Top Dawg tosses out an unreleased collaboration with Willie B. “Untitled 105” could be something that eventually leads to an album but we’ll have to wait and see.
With MF Doom ending his series with Adult Swim, the man with the iron mask announces a collaboration project with Westside Gunn. The appropriately titled WESTSIDEDOOM spawns the Daringer produced song “Gorilla Monsoon” as Gunn and Doom trade bars over sinister production.
“He’s just one of those mysterious dudes and that’s what I like about him the most,” Westside Gunn said. “Not everyone out there is able to touch DOOM because he’s not out there like that. I reached out to him and the dots just connected. Plus, I already had the WESTSIDEDOOM idea in my head. It didn’t have to be a full album or what not to make a point.”
Who knows when we’ll see the album so enjoy the single for the time being.
Kendrick Lamar lends the verbal assist to Rick The Kid on “New Freezer.”
Another joint off of the Wu-Tang Clan’s recently announced The Saga Continues album that finds Reggie Noble alongside Inspectah Deck on the Mathematics produced “Lesson Learn’d.”