Ghostface Killah, RZA, Cappadonna and DJ Mathematics perform “My Only One” with Steven Latorre on the Tonight Show. I hope you have that new Wu-Tang purchased or else you’re sleeping on something special.
Smoke DZA goes to work over the instrumental to Drake’s “4PM in Calabasas” with “65 In Providence” as he continues to drop off some goodies while on the road.
The tag team known as Knuckle Sandwich Deli get us ready for the NBA season with “Preseason (The Warm Up).”
A whole decade has gone by since the release of Blu & Exile’s Below The Heavens and the duo have decided to release a new project that is a collection of songs that were recorded during those sessions but didn’t make the final cut. “On The Radio” is one of those joints liberated before In the Beginning: Before the Heavens drops.
“This song was our attempt to make a radio song exactly stating how we feel about the radio,” Blu explains. “Our way of keeping it true and not selling out even for the album. This is one of the songs that helped me get more open with writing the rest of the album. One of Exile’s oldest beats, he pulled that from deep out the vault. I was like… ‘oh, that’s me.’”
Fresh off of the release of his One of One EP, araabMUZIK shares his collaboration with !llmind titled “Selda.”
Nova Scotia producer ChanHays recruits Skyzoo, Elzhi and Uptown XO for “Running” from his debut album Here.
KXNG Crooked releases a set of visuals for his introspective song “Too Ashamed” that addresses his issues with alcohol.
“More than a few people have told me that the first time they heard ‘Too Ashamed’ it moved them to tears because it reminded them of their struggles with sobriety,” Crooked says. “They also said the song motivates them to keep fighting the good fight. Those testaments are the reason I continue to make music. Some things are more important to me than awards and accolades.”
Meyhem Lauren and DJ Muggs have announced that they will join forces to release a collaborative album titled Gems From the Equinox on October 27th. To get you ready, the duo link up with Roc Marciano for “Street Religion.”
MF Doom and Westside Gunn deliver another joint off of their joint project WESTSIDEDOOM project with “2Stings.” The duo drop science over a brooding Alchemist production. No word when the full project is due out so enjoy this cut until then.
With DJ Premier on the boards, Slaine, Termanology, Bun B and Everlast show out in the video for “Anti Hero” from the album of the same name from Slaine & Term.