The pairing of Raekwon and G-Eazy may seem odd at first, but rest assured that this is a banger. The Chef and Mr. Eazy team up over some dope J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League production for “Purple Brick Road” from Raekwon’s album The Wild.
Oddisee drops another cut from his album The Iceberg prior to its release next week. With a little assistance from Toine, Oddisee laments about the acronym that means “never not getting enough.”
Fat Joe and Remy Ma head to The Breakfast Club to engage in an hour-long conversation about their upcoming project and how they remember Big Pun.
After an exhilarating performance at the Grammys in his honor, a posthumous verse from Phife in collaboration with Dwele surfaces that will be featured on Phif’s album Forever.
Funk Flex presents “5 Minutes of Funk”. Every week, Funk Flex will invite an elite DJ to scratch, blend and show some of their skill set. The first guest is none other than Statik Selektah, who proceeds to deliver that goodness.
A Tribe Called Quest took to the Grammy stage and made a bold statement with their performance. With Busta Rhymes and Anderson .Paak joining the fray, the legendary group rolled through some classics and dropped a bomb with a chant of resistance while Bussa Buss had some words for the current POTUS.
Torae participates in the VHS-style “Off Top” sessions and gets busy over Pete Rock’s “Tru Master” instrumental over at Ludlow Barber Supply.
With Your Old Droog and Wiki’s project “Packs” coming at you on March 10th, the duo decide to drop another banger with the assistance of Edan titled “Help.”
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It’s hard to believe that it has been 17 long years since the passing of Big Pun. But Chris Rivers will carry on his father’s tradition into the new frontier and his latest obliteration of the microphone on Funkmaster Flex’s freestyle series.