While on the set of TBS’ Drop The Mic, DJ Nu-Mark played Method Man an instrumental and Mr. Meth decided to bless it in one take. With that comes “Zodiac Killah.”
After a bit of silence, Chris Rivers flexes over the same beat that saw Tory Lanez and Joyner Lucas go back and forth for the “I’m Litty Too” freestyle.
Ghostface is just going to continue banging us over the head with music until the end of the year. From his Ghost Files remix project comes the “Saigon Velour” remix that features Snoop Dogg, E-40 and LA The Darkman.
B Leafs is at it again with Skyzoo, Reks and Raekwon delivering emphatic bars over smooth production on “Flawless.”
Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch come with that ruthless aggression on the verbally vicious “Never Over” as Rockwilder provides a filthy beat for the trio to rock over.
Boston producer B Leafs grabs Masta Ace and Termanology for “Been Waiting” just to bless you with some goodness before heading into the holiday weekend.
On November 26, Black Thought will release the second installment of his Streams of Thought series. This time around, he’ll collaborate with Salaam Remi after 9th Wonder brilliantly blessed him on the first volume. Here’s the first song from that project that is anchored with a Marvin Gaye sample on the Reef Ruffin assisted “Conception.”
Before his untimely passing, Prodigy kept himself in the lab recording music. One of those recordings was with producer EyeOnEyez for his forthcoming project with the song “Out Queens.” Take a listen now.
Casanova channels the energy of M.O.P. with the ruthless aggression of his new song “Two Eleven.” Everybody coming off their goods with this single.
Ghostface Killah isn’t done giving us the goods just yet. On November 30th, the Wu member will deliver a double-album of remixes titled Ghost Files. To kick things off, Ghost serves up a remix of “Watch Em Holla” with added guests Raekwon, Cappadonna and Masta Killa.