It seems like it’s about time for a new Styles P album, right? On May 4th, the Ghost will release G-Host and he makes the announcement with a song from the album titled “Heat of the Night.” This joint is hard as bricks dipped in steel.
Royce 5’9″ keeps the heat coming before Book Of Ryan drops next month. The Detroit emcee scoops up the services of Shady’s newest signee Boogie for “Dumb” and these two emcees go completely bananas over production from S1 and Epikh Pro. May 4th can’t come soon enough.
Griselda Gang continues to represent as Benny The Butcher teams up with El Camino to roll out the slow burner “India.”
Freeway is joined by Pain In Da Ass (or, Mr. “Okay, I’m Reloaded”) when he blesses the mic for Funkmaster Flex and delivers a dope freestyle. Freeway’s new album Think Free drops on June 8th.
Nova Scotia’s ChanHays has been teasing us with bangers for weeks and now delivers “The Creepy” EP featuring the likes of Skyzoo, Guilty Simpson, Joell Ortiz, Fashawn, Bodega Bamz and more. Hit play on the seven song project and cop it if you like what you’re hearing.
Top Dawg Entertainment will take the entire crew on the road (outside of Isaiah Rashad, who is finishing his album) for what is called The Championship Tour. In advance of the the countrywide romp that starts in Vancouver on May 4th and wraps up in Pittsburgh on June 15th, Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Jay Rock, ScHoolBoy Q, Ab Soul and the rest of the crew drop a hilarious trailer of their preparation.
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With remastered versions of Blu & Nottz’ Gods in the Spirit and Titans in the Flesh albums on the horizon, the duo drop a video for “Heaven on Earth” as Blu paints pictures with his words in the park.
Logic gets very old, very quick working a 9-5 in the video for “Everyday.” The visuals, featuring Marshmello, tip their cap to “Office Space” and finds the duo driving a Lambo, shooting hoops, skateboarding in an empty pool, doing some yoga and then hitting the club.
DJ Premier and Royce 5’9″ are about to hit the road in support of their critically acclaimed PRhyme 2 album that kicks off on May 30th in Philly and wraps on June 15th in Los Angeles.
“I look forward to getting back on the road and touring the country with Preem as PRhyme” Royce asserted. “We had so much fun making this album and having the ability to share our vision with the world via our one of a kind live show is a great reward.” Further, DJ Premier added “PRhyme 2 brings another chapter of a unique union of what me and Royce present when we form our legacies together as PRhyme. It’s only right to double up both projects and light the fuse.”
You can also pre-order the PRhyme 2 instrumentals here.