The latest signing to Shady Records is known as EZ Mil releases “Realest” featuring Eminem. While EZ Mil certainly does his thing, one cannot help but pay attention to Eminem as he responds to Melle Mel’s constant barbs at him with a verse that chops down the Hip Hop legend to nothing more than a steroid user. Whew. This feud is far from over.
LL Cool J still has it. The GOAT stopped by Sway In The Morning and dropped off a freestyle that will remind those that the man who has spent over three decades in the game is still a lethal rhyme slinger. Check out the full 30 minute interview and stay for the freestyle.
Flatbush Zombies Erick the Architect is back at it on a solo mission with a new single titled “Parkour” that is produced by none other than James Blake. Erick cuts loose a trippy video to go along with the woozy production.
Ransom and Nicholas Craven continue their work delivering bangers as the duo recently dropped Deleted Scenes 2. Here’s “American Made” from that project and make sure you cop it now.
The answer to Biggie’s question of “Who Shot Ya?” is answered by Tony Touch with Benny The Butcher and Conway The Machine on “We Shot Ya” from Touch’s The Def Mixtape that recently dropped.
The Showoff Crew all connect for Statik Selektah’s finale on his Round Trip album with “Full Circle.” It’s a celebratory moment for Reks, Termanology, JFK and Ea$y Money as they take a look at how far they’ve come over Statik Selektah’s production. The video pulls together clips of the crew having their moments with other artists and shows just how these things come full circle.
Onyx is back and preparing to drop a new album titled World Takeover. The bald heads connect with Posseshot for “What We Doin?” produced by Alcapella and drop a video to match their verbal intensity.
The Alchemist and Larry June continue to flex with their stellar The Great Escape and cut loose another set of visuals with “Turkish Cotton.” Big money slick talk from Larry over smooth ass production from Al as the duo makes moves overseas.
Diamond D shares the visuals for another joint off his recently released The Rear View album. Enjoying the good life alongside De La Soul’s Posdnous for “Flying High” with cameos from Statik Selektah, Noreaga, DJ EFN, Maseo, Buckwild, Stacy Epps and Scram Jones.
Nas and Hit-Boy refuse to stop putting out music and drop their fifth album in three years with Magic 2. One of the standout tracks on the album is “Black Magic” but rest assured that the album is stuffed with dope beats and dope rhymes.