The Step Brothers are back at it again! Evidence and Alchemist reunite for another for “Burnt Tree” and dish off a gritty visual.
Fresh off of Look What I Became, Conway cuts loose a video for the Alchemist produced “No Women, No Kids.”
For all the mainstream success that Wiz Khalifa has had, sometimes people forget that he can move away from the pop side and drift back into his roots of rhyming over sinister production. Wiz connects with Alchemist for the dusty cruise of “Tequila Shots In The AM.”
Benny The Butcher squeezes another clip from “The Plugs I Met” EP with a video for the Alchemist-produced “5 To 50.”
“Just like the track, the” 5 to 50” video is inspired by real-life events. It’s my side of the story, along with India’s side of the story; and it depicts how those stories collide” Benny recalled. “I bring you to Montana Ave; the block where I am from and illustrate my lifestyle and how some of those lifestyle choices affected India. This was our life and it captures both perspectives.”
Oh, and Benny also signed a deal with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation.
Ain’t no games being played by Griselda.
Fresh off of CrasH Talk, ScHoolBoy Q addresses fans who are already asking for a new album over some smooth and groovy Alchemist production.
Seemingly out of nowhere we get a collaboration that we never knew we needed when Alchemist connects with Sir Michael Rocks and Chuck Inglish for a three track EP titled Lay ups. It’s brief, but effective. With a little lyrical assistance from Boldy James and Shorty K, The Cool Kids unleash some fire on the masses. Listen to it in its entirety now.
Alchemist instrumentals are always required listening and the producer is back at it with Rapper’s Best Friend Pt. 5, which unleashes 12 tracks of instrumentals for you to vibe out or rhyme over. It’s your choice.
Alchemist dishes off yet another wicked production as Meyhem Lauren pounces all over it as the duo deliver “Still Playing Celo.” We could definitely use more of this in our lives.
Conway the Machine will drop his major label debut later this year. But first, the Griselda Gang member revisits EiF 2: Eat What U Kill and drops a video for the Alchemist-produced banger “Overdose.”
The Tana Talk emcee keeps rolling as Benny The Butcher drops the “Rubber Bands & Weight” video produced by none other than The Alchemist.
“This record was inspired by how my neighborhood was like ‘The Carter’ from New Jack City,” Benny told Complex. “The streets love this record and my building goes crazy every time I perform it! This record helped make Tana Talk 3 a classic; and nobody spitting like this but me!