Murs and 9th Wonder continue to push the stellar The Iliad Is Dead & The Odyssey is Over with a video for “Super Cojo Bros” that features verses from Cojo and GQ.
If you managed to miss out on The Iliad Is Dead & The Odyssey is Over, go back and find it. In the interim, Murs delivers the absolute goods alongside 9th Wonder from their Brighter Daze album with a video for “God Black / Black God.”
“This song is a few years old, but it’s always been the people’s choice from the Brighter Daze project,” Murs says. “And it’s perfect timing because I think the first verse of this song is really resonating with folks right about now; with all the losses and gains our community has experienced over the past few years.”
Murs and 9th Wonder are preparing to drop their 6th studio album on July 19th titled The Iliad Is Dead & The Odyssey is Over. The duo premiered their latest set of visuals with Billboard titled “Night Shift” that blends concert footage with candid moments hanging with Murs.
“I didn’t take this lightly,” Murs told Billboard. “I sacrificed weeks away from my family, to write in seclusion and work with this team and hopefully make my best album to date. I am a true artist and my aim for the past two decades has been to master my craft. I am not an athlete. My age and longevity is not a limitation, it is a blessing. My focus isn’t what’s best for my brand — it’s what’s best for the music.”
Rapsody has been relatively quiet since dropping the stellar Laila’s Wisdom a couple of years ago. But to celebrate Mother’s Day, Rapsody looks to the ultimate TV mom in Phylicia Rashad for inspiration on the Buddy assisted and 9th Wonder produced “Phylicia.”
Could an album be on the horizon?
The long overdue Carolina connection has come to fruition as Rapsody and J. Cole join forces over 9th Wonder production on “Sojourner.” This joint right here is the truth.
Brace yourselves because Smif N Wessun have announced a joint album with 9th Wonder coming titled The A.L.L. The Cocoa Brovaz let loose the first single “Let It Go” produced by 9th Wonder. You can fully expect Khrysis and The Soul Council to be all over this one.
Black Thought dropped a jewel last night with the Streams of Thought Vol. 1 EP produced by 9th Wonder & The Soul Counsel . It may be only five songs but the verbal ferocity is in full force. If you need convincing, check out the brutal lyrical barrage from Thought and Rapsody on “Dostoyevsky.”
DJ Critical Hype doesn’t f*ck around, does he? After dropping the Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre blend tape “The DAMN Chronic,” he’s back at it again putting Drake vocals over 9th Wonder production on “More 9th.” It’s important to note that Drake and 9th Wonder have worked together a few times in the past and the Canadian recognized Little Brother’s Phonte as his favorite rapper once upon a time. So now we get a bunch of Drake songs over 9th Wonder instrumentals and the result is pure dope.
Problem drops the third single from his new project Selfish titled “Top Off” with some assistance from Airplane James and the production courtesy of 9th Wonder.
There are still a steady stream of songs from Sean Price being released a year after his death. “Down With Me” finds Sean P trading bars with Wu-Tang Clan’s Masta Killer over a head nodding 9th Wonder production.