Statik Selektah’s Lucky 7 is out now but if you haven’t been moved to cop the album, maybe this joint with Joey Bada$$, Big K.R.I.T. and Chauncey Sherod will do it for you.
Papoose cuts loose another joint from his album You Can’t Stop Destiny in the form of the DJ Premier produced “The Plug.” The tandem of Pap and Preemo haven’t failed us yet so you can expect this to be yet another banger.
K-Def remixes one of the standout cuts from DJ EFN’s Another Time album. The results are pure dopeness.
Jakk Frost and his beard take on Gang Starr’s classic “Form Of Intellect” for the “Spoiler Alert” freestyle. And some words from DJ Premier himself…
From Gang Starr’s Classic LP: “Step In The Arena” Philly’s Beardgang General Jakk Frost Spit A Raw Freestyle Over “Form Of Intellect” Instrumental.
I Pressed About 150 Copies Of The Instrumentals On Vinyl And They Have Leaked To The Streets So Frost Got A hold Of It With The Pops & Cracks…
Frost Rips This Beat WIth Lyrics And Flows That Make You Wanna Hit Repeat Over And Over to Catch It All.
Gotta Rock It Don’t Stop…
Nickle Nine is the next guest that takes a spin on Statik Selektah’s Lucky 7 album with the nasty “Crystal Clear.”
Droog and DJ Skizz are at it again with this joint from his forthcoming EP titled The Nicest.
Chris Rivers and Tyler Woods revamp Zapp & Roger’s “Computer Love” for the modern era.
Eminem and No Doubt’s frontwoman join forces over a wicked DJ Khalil production from the Southpaw soundtrack.
Duck Down’s mascot found some random people in NYC to recite Action Bronson’s verse on Statik Selektah’s “Beautiful Life.” Their reactions were nothing short of awesome.
File this in the “most random interview ever” category. Stephen Colbert took over public access television in Monroe, Michigan as the temporary host for “Only In Monroe.” As random as that sounds, his guest was even more eyebrow raising: Eminem. Fast forward to the 22-minute mark for a classic Colbert interview with Slim Shady.