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.
Alchemist continues to drop dope music at an impressive rate and releases “Man of Many Hats,” which was supposed to be only sold at his European tour dates. But with coronavirus shutting everything down he decided to release it now.
With the release of their collaborative album Lulu, Conway and Alchemist waste little time dropping a video for “Calvin” directed by Jason Goldwatch.
“I feel like the culture needed it, the streets needed it, people wanted to hear it,” Conway said about the project. “I actually have three projects coming out. After we finish tearing the streets up with the Lulu, I’m planning to release From King to a God sometime in April. Then I have God Don’t Make Mistakes being released on Shady Records sometime in the near future as well. I’ve got a lot of things on my plate that I’m just waiting to just dish out.”
With Conway and Alchemists’ Lulu dropping on March 30, the emcee and producer tandem team up with TDE’s SchoolBoy Q for “Shoot Sideways” off the project. Although Q is only here for the hook, it’s a vicious slow burner that preps you for what’s to come.
Boldy James and Alchemist release a new set of visuals for “Grey October,” featuring Evidence. This cut is from the duo’s The Price of Tea in China that dropped in February.
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.”