Apathy is hard at work with his next album King of Gods. No Second coming sooner rather than later. Ahead of the release, Apathy gets a guest spot from Jadakiss for the first single “No Time To Waste” which is produced by Stu Bangas.
DJ Premier lays hands on Liam Gallagher’s “Diamond in the Dark” and gives it that special Preemo feeling. Certified banger.
Listen, if you haven’t checked out Danger Mouse and Black Thought’s Cheat Codes album yet you are only cheating yourself. Here’s another heater from the album as the duo get some bars from the late, great MF DOOM on “Belize.”
With just a few days to go before Cheat Codes drops, Danger Mouse and Black Thought release one more single from the project with “Strangers.” Another filthy beat that is obliterated by Thought and also features A$AP Rocky and Run The Jewels.
For those who miss the “Old Kanye West,” Statik Selektah has just the mix for you. The producer drops the excellent mixtape titled “Yeezy Duz It: The Sole of Kanye West” which blends classics with never heard before remixes that features the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Freddie Gibbs, Method Man, T.I., Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Talib Kweli and more. Definitely hit play on this.
Meyhem Lauren and Griselda’s very own Daringer will drop a collaborative album on August 26 titled Black Vladimir. It’s only right that the duo recruit Conway the Machine for the first single from the project “Red Pesto.” The production is filthy and the rhymes are just as nasty.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you already know that DJ Premier released the Hip Hop 50 Vol. 1 EP. So this is for those who have actually been living under a rock and missed the femme fatale tag team of Rapsody and Remy Ma absolutely annihilating Preemo production on “Remy Rap.”
Following up his stellar work on Black Star’s first album in over 20 years, Madlib takes his talents to Your Old Droog for “The Return of Sasquatch” and it appears that the work between these two may not be only one song. Stay tuned.
Teflon continues to represent M.O.P.’s First Family with his latest joint “The Cross” produced by the one and only Jazimoto. Teflon races over the track while Jazi’s drums slap you in the face. Hard as nails.
FROM THE HIP HOP 50 VOL. 1 EP.