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!
Alchemist provides the backdrop for Big Twins to lace the lead single from his forthcoming album Grimy Life. “Phantom of the Opera” finds Twins delivering sinister rhymes over some organ-laced production.
Our boy Al is batting a thousand this year and keeps the bangers coming with “Fork In The Pot” as Schoolboy Q, Conway and Westside Gunn go bananas over the production. The video is far out as well.
Alchemist hasn’t failed us yet with these random drops of dope music. The latest is the sinister “94 Ghost Shit” that features the lyrical stylings of Westside Gunn and Conway.
Goodness gracious! Wiz Khalifa teams up with Alchemist for something you can smoke to, ride to or just cool out to with “Universal Studios.” As part of Al’s Craft Singles series, this might be one of Wiz’s best songs in years.
From Alchemist’s Craft Singles series comes this wicked collaboration with Roc Marciano titled “In Case You Forgot.” Al’s production that has rolling keys, video game sounds and snapping drums is blessed beautifully by Roc Marciano. More, please.
Alchemist provides the beat for Westside Gunn and Conway to terrorize on “Budz” which works just perfectly for some post 4/20 smoking sessions.
Alchemist keeps delivering with these surprise drops. Eight songs, four instrumentals and four tracks featuring the likes of Roc Marciano, Westside Gunn, Conway, Benny, Action Bronson and Styles P. Turn this all the way up.