The DMV producer and emcee comes through with another banger off of his upcoming album <i>The Good Fight</i>. The album drops on May 5th so don’t sleep.
KXNG Crooked, Sway and King Tech’s SMH Records drops their first collaborative project with a laundry list of dope emcees for your listening pleasure. When Worlds Collide features the likes of Royce Da 5’9″, KXNG Crooked, Skyzoo, Kool G Rap, Sadat X and many, many more. Check out the album in its entirety now.
Large Professor drops a new cut from his upcoming album Re:Living, which is due out on June 9th. Get an earful and take a look at the tracklisting that features the likes of Cormega, Roc Marciano, Inspectah Deck and more.
2. Dreams Don’t Die
5. Off Yo Azz On Yo Feet
6. In The Scrolls f. G-Wiz
7. Own World f. Fortune
8. Sophia Yo
9. New Train Ole Route (prod. J. Love & Large Professor)
10. Industry (Remix 2) f. Inspectah Deck, Cormega, & Roc Marciano
Keeping it in the Bronx, we have the incomparable Diamond D. We play his hits, he gives us the science behind them. The recipe for a classic episode. Ain’t nothing more to it.
The Yelawolf and Eminem collaboration off of Yelawolf’s upcoming Love Story album is here for your consumption. Who had the better verse?
D12 producer/emcee Mr. Porter brings in Rapsody and Scram Jones for the first video from his upcoming project <i>Stuff In My Backpack</i> titled “Told Y’all.” The album drops on May 7th and this set of visuals gives you some insight on the soulful sounds you can expect from the project.
Brooklyn emcee Saga and producer Marco Polo join forces for the <i>From Out Of The Shadows</i> album. You can check out all ten songs from the album — including the Roc Marciano assisted banger “City Streets” — right here and download now.
Rapsody, along with 9th Wonder, stopped by Statik Selektah’s Showoff Radio and blessed the studio with a freestyle over Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya.”
Termanology releases another video from his <i>Shut Up & Rap</i> album. This time its for the song “Streetwise” Produced by The Mighty Moe and with cuts & scratches by DJ Statik Selektah.