While rocking a show at Webster Hall in NYC, Conway and Westside Gunn decided to unleash a new song for those in attendance that was produced by none other than the Alchemist. Watch the performance and a cameo from Raekwon.
Alchemist and Budgie are joining forces again to drop the sequel to The Good Book appropriately titled The Good Book Vol. 2. There’s already a ridiculous guest list featuring the likes of Mobb Deep, Royce 5’9, Westside Gunn & Conway, Mach Hommy, Meyhem Lauren, Durag Dynasty, Big Twins, Action Bronson, Big Body Bes, Your Old Droog, Evidence, Olivier The 2nd, Jeremiah Jae, Buddy, Emmavie, Chris O’Bannon, Joyce Wright, Jay Worthy, Traffic, Dreebo, Sulaiman, Nyku, Remy Banks, Chuck Inglish, Nasty Nigel and Joyce Wrice. But first, Our Boy Al drops the Big Body Bes and Action Bronson assisted “Brother Jedidiah”
Mach Hommy and Alchemist connect for “Warning Shot” as Hommy rocks over a sparse Al arrangement.
Evidence returns with Alchemist by his side as he drops a video for “Throw It All Away.” The video is simple as Evidence rocks over the Al’s head nodding production. Perhaps a new album is on the way?
Alchemist continues his Craft Singles series by tapping Mach Hommy for the dark “Brand Name.”
If you haven’t watched Action Bronson’s VICE show where he gets high with the homies and watches “Ancient Aliens” titled “Traveling The Stars,” you’re missing out. It’s goofy as hell. But what isn’t goofy is the theme song that Bam Bam recorded with Alchemist “Descendant of the Stars.”
A$AP Twelvyy rumbles over this Alchemist production alongside Da$h and the legend known as AZ on “Motivation.”
Alan The Chemist continues his “Craft Singles” musical journey with Roc Marciano on “All For It.”
Reks pens to audio letters to Mumia Abu Jamal and Dylan Roof on the Alchemist produced “Kites.”
“This song comes to us at a period of great division regarding lives that matter. The relationship between police officers and citizens will remain on rocky ground until we dig up the dirt and improve the foundation. Police officers have a profoundly difficult job and they are held to the highest of standards. This needs to be better understood by all. Officers also need to be held accountable for their actions when their actions have disastrous effects. This country has a history of incarcerating black men for both convenience and profit. Individuals like Dylan Roof will continue to exist so long as revisionist’s history repeatedly poisons youthful minds with ideas that claim black equality while still promoting white supremacy.”
The Mobb Deep and Alchemist working relationship has been intact for years. But now Havoc and Alchemist have connected for a full length project for your listening pleasure titled The Silent Partner. Prodigy, Method Man, and Cormega join the grimy rapping festivities.