Lord have mercy. Nasty Nas pops in for a couple of words on a track that will not be making De La Soul’s Kickstarter funded album. If this is an appetizer, we can’t wait to see what they have up their sleeve with this album.
Sticky Fingaz and Fredro Starr are out to remind everyone who Onyx is with “Against All Authorities” off the upcoming EP of the same name.
Producer MoSS hires the lyricism of AZ and Joe Budden with some added ad libs from DJ Premier for “Started” off of the upcoming album of the same name.
The video for this joint from The Lox’s 3rd Sermon features cameos from YG and DJ Mustard.
J. Cole continues to release videos from his #1 selling album 2014 Forest Hills Drive. This time he blesses us with the ode to losing your virginity with some cute little puppies to make this a PG rated subject.
1/2 of Slaughterhouse joins Cali spitter Dubb and Fred The Godson for this cut from his Perfect Timing mixtape. Dubb was busy last year with some stellar spots on Game’s Blood Money compilation and is one you should pay attention to. Get the mixtape on iTunes now.
Back in 2011, Killer Mike cut loose this heat rock named after the golden haired pro wrestler Ric Flair. Today, Mike revisits the banger off of he Pl3dge LP with an official video.
Mr. Yaowa lights this Mr. G production on fire alongside Chox-Mak and DJ Tray off of the upcoming compilation album Blunts & B-Sides.
Boston’s Avrex pays visual tribute with the video for “Propaganda” that is produced by DJ Lord Ron and utilizes some unreleased Guru lyrics. With cameos from Ice-T and Sadat X, the video pays homage to Keith Elam’s legacy as Avrex and Big Shug drop some not so subtle shots at a certain individual.
Save it for the birds / I’ll make your solar eclipse
Wordsworth, Stricklin and Masta Ace link up with Sadat X to touch on the ultra sensitive topic known as male groupies with “Moopies.”