The legendary MC Eiht connects Compton with Buffalo as he rocks with Conway The Machine on “Honchos.” From Eiht’s forthcoming album Lessons, the new and old school get filthy over a Ferhan C. production with some scratches added by DJ Premier.
The Ruff Ryders reunite as The Lox and DMX form like Voltron with “Bout Shit” from Styles P, Jadakiss and Sheek Louch’s next album Living Off Xperience. Check out the Scram Jones-produced cut and see if you get some sense of nostalgia.
From the film Cut Throat City comes a Wu-Tang collaboration as RZA and Ghostface vibe out and are “Fighting For Equality.”
Nas is dropping a new album and it’s coming sooner than you think. The Queensbridge emcee will drop King’s Disease on August 21st and goes “Ultra Black” with Hit-Boy behind the boards on the album’s first release. He’s the opposite of Doja Cat so you know he means business.
Wais P and Statik Selektah collaborated for their Chinchilla album and the duo releases a video featuring the extended family as Termanology comes through and blesses “So Easy.”
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Reks has always been known to be as consistently dope as they come. With his 12th studio album T.H.I.N.G.S. on the way with a September 11th release date, Reks teams up with Pharoahe Monch and blesses a Statik Selektah production with the first single from the album titled “The Complex.”
Bodega Bamz is back on the scene and prepping his new project Yams Heard This. The project serves as an ode to the late A$AP Yams and Bamz releases the first single with “Waiting For Tonight.” The song shifts gears at the halfway point and goes from a brooding track to a stone cold groove.
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On September 11, Conway the Machine will release his new project From King to a God. To bless the occasion, The Machine trades bars with Method Man on the lead single “Lemon.” Over some dusty ass production, Mr. Meth and Conway get greasy to leave fans waiting for this project and the eventual release of his Shady Records debut God Don’t Make Mistakes.