The Jamo Gang take this generation of youth back to the 90s where freestyling on the corner was still a thing in the video for “Welcome To The Golden Era.”
Freddy and Jason are joined by Swizzy as the trio suit up and hit the skating rink in the video for “Theme Music.”
Remember that time that Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar were in the studio together and rhyming over Madlib beats? Out of that came “No More Parties In LA” off of Kanye’s The Life Of Pablo album. But there was more. Today, we get a session where the duo is just kicking rhymes over Madlib beats. 100% freestyle.
Apathy ain’t f*cking around. After destroying a Pete Rock production along Pharoahe Monch, Ap jumps all over a DJ Premier beat for “The Order.” If this is a sign of what we’re about to hear with The Widow’s Son, it’s time to buckle up.
Piggybacking off of the success of Flow Riiot, Torii Wolf and DJ Premier are back in the lab with a new track “Silent Crow” created specifically for Amazon Music’s Valentine’s Day themed Love Me & Love Me Not Playlists
“’Silent Crow’ has a very deep and haunting feel for me,” Wolf told Complex. “The feeling of being so in love, but feeling the death of the relationship on his way to take you from the home you’ve built. Sometimes true love isn’t enough to live on. Special ingrediants in the recipe can be hard to measure. Doesn’t always turn out the way you wanted it to taste. That’s not always a bad thing either.”
Skyzoo’s latest album In Celebration Of Us, is a brilliant piece of work that meshes dope beats with splendid rhymes. The video for “Baker’s Dozen” featuring Raheem Devaughn finds the duo lamenting over what happens when a drug transaction goes left.
Joey Bada$$ has been hitting us with heat for the past few weeks. And that trend isn’t slowing down anytime soon as he connects with fellow Pro Era member Chuck Strangers for “80 Blocks.”
Elzhi has been always known for taking a lot of time between projects, but this is definitely worth the wait. Elzhi and Khrysis have formed the duo Jericho Jackson and are dropping a project on February 23rd. To get things started, Elzhi gets busy over Khrysis’ sampling of Lafayette Afro Rock Band‘s “Darkest Light” for “Self Made.”
MF Doom and Czarface have announced a joint project is in the works titled Czarface Meets Metal Face, and it drops on March 30th. To give the fans a taste of what’s to come, Doom, 7L, Esoteric and Inspectah Deck release “Nautical Depth.”
Dave East joins Desiigner on Fredo’s “Keep It Real” off of the Tables Turn project.