It only took 25 years but AZ’s Doe or Die 2 is finally here. Was it worth the wait? You should probably listen for yourself but one of the standout tracks is “The Ritual” which finds AZ alongside Conway the Machine and Lil Wayne over production from Alchemist. Certified banger.
After pounding us over the head with the musical brilliance of The Price of Tea in China, Boldy James and Alchemist are already preparing a follow-up album. And it appears that we’re close to seeing it as the Bo Jackson LP is set for an August 13th release with the duo unleashing the video for “First 48 Freestyle.”
Evidence will hit the scene with a new album on June 25 titled Unlearning Vol. 1. Gearing up for the album’s release, Ev teams up with frequent collaborator The Alchemist for “Better You” that finds the emcee getting insightful.
The Alchemist is hitting the ground running for 2021 and has teamed with Los Angeles brand Born & Raised for an instrumental project titled Carry the Fire. The first videos is “Water Bed” where director Jason Goldwatch blends Olympic footage with Nightmare on Elm Street.
Action Bronson and The Alchemist never steer us wrong, do they? From Alchemist’s The Food Villain comes his collaboration with Bam Bam appropriately titled “I Hate Everything.”
Are you still bumping Alfredo? You should be. And if you stopped, Alchemist and Freddie Gibbs send a visual reminder of the dopeness of that album with a video for “Babies & Fools” alongside Conway the Machine.
What the hell has gotten into Alchemist in 2020? The producer has gone absolutely berzerk on the production side with a plethora of bangers. He just released his new album A Doctor, A Painter And An Alchemist Walk Into A Bar and delivers a video for “Stained Glass” which features Westside Gunn (who just dropped his Shady Records debut). It’s a walk through the museum of Our Boy Al directed by Jason Goldwatch.
Gangsta Gibbs and Our Boy Al’s Alfredo is still getting major play and the duo drops a video for “Frank Lucas” with Benny the Butcher riding shotgun as they spread rhymes on a speedboat.
Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist’s Alfredo remains near the top of many Album of the Year lists as we pass the midyear mark. The duo refuse to let you forget about the album and head Florida with a video for “Scottie Beam” that finds Gangsta Gibbs on the run with his lady
If you haven’t heard Boldy James and The Alchemist’s Price of Tea in China yet, fix that. It would be a good time considering that the duo just dropped a deluxe version of the album and released a video for “Bernadines” to commemorate the occasion.