Dave East ditches the story telling for raw raps on another loose joint titled “Set It Off.”
March 16th isn’t too far away as Royce 5’9″ and DJ Premier drop off their 2nd video from the PRhyme 2 album for “Rock It.” Nickel and Preemo with a turntable and bars is always going to be entertaining.
Smoke DZA announces his next album Not For Sale; which serves as the official follow-up to his critically acclaimed Pete Rock-produced album Don’t Smoke Rock. The album drops on 4/20 but DZA blesses us with the Joey Bada$$ assisted “The Mood” to give us a taste of what’s to come.
Tracklising and Credits For Smoke DZA’s Not For Sale:
- “The Legacy” (Produced by BobGnarly)
2. “The Mood” f/ Joey Bada$$ (Produced by 183rd)
3. “The Come Up” f/ D.R.A.M. (Produced by DJ Steel)
4. “The High” f/ Velous (Produced by DJ Relly Rell)
5. “The Hustle” f/ Bodega Bamz & LevyGrey (Produced by LevyGrey)
6. “The Love” f/ Ty Dolla $ign (Produced by DJ Relly Rell)
7. “The Lifestyle” (Produced by Cardo)
8. “The Antidote” (Produced by LevyGrey)
9. “The Game” (Produced by LevyGrey)
10. “The Glow” (Produced by LevyGrey)
11. “The Soul” f/ Vado (Produced by BobGnarly)
12. “The Hookup” f/ Cozz & Dom Kennedy (Produced by Girl Talk)
Lucky Seven employs the services of Conway to rock over his production on “Temple.”
For the D.I.T.C. heads out there, this one is for you. The legendary O.C. has released a new album titled A New Dawn, which is a continuation of his Same Moon Same Sun album. Stream it in its entirety above.
O.C. A New Dawn Tracklisting
1. A New Dawn
2. Feelin’ Free
3. John Wick
4. 4 Eva
5. Slow Burn
6. Sunday Morning
7. Quick to Jump
10. Live Fast, Die Hard
12. Fair Game
13. Ignorance Is Bliss
15. Ethics (Who Are You)
16. Give It Up
After a busy 2017, Logic keeps it rolling into 2018 and drops “44 More,” which is a continuation of his “44 Bars” track from 2016.
Apathy’s album is shaping up to be something special as the Demigod keeps the heat coming from The Widow’s Son with “Stomp Rappers” featuring Celph Titled and M.O.P.
After blessing us with “Terminally Ill” the production and emcee tandem of Forever M.C. and It’s Different are back with a new banger that brings DMX together with two Slaughterhouse members on “King Kong.” Turn this up to ignorant volumes as everyone gets busy and Statik Selektah provides the cuts.
Dave East continues to churn out new music and serves up a narrative about men who refuse to grow up on “Peter Pan.”
We’re full steam ahead with the next installment of PRhyme and Royce 5’9″ & DJ Premier drop off a new joint on our dome pieces with the wicked “Rock It.”