Alan The Chemist tags in Action Bronson for this joint off of his forthcoming album titled Retarded Alligator Beats, dropping on July 10.
Saga wastes no time snatching up seven instrumentals from Alchemist’s Israeli Salad project and blesses them for his Saga Ghanoush EP. Stream it, enjoy it, buy it.
Comprised of seven hand picked instrumentals taken from ‘Israeli Salad,’ Saga showcases his silver tongued lyricism over ALC’s use of middle-eastern sampled source material. By keeping Israeli themed delicacies as the focal point of the artwork, originally designed by the Haifa-based graf artist, Unga, of the Broken Fingaz crew, Saga swaps the avocado for an eggplant, to represent the key ingredient found in Baba Ghanoush…or in this case, ‘Saga Ghanoush.’
Alchemist produces this track for Mobb Deep/Infamous Mobb’s Twin Gambino to talk about his life struggles and pushing through them.
With Earl Sweatshirt and Action Bronson both dropping albums this week, it’s only right that Alchemist cut loose a collaboration between the two. And, yeah, “Warlord Leather” is dope as f*ck.
Alchemist and Oh No release the first single from their upcoming Grand Theft Auto V inspirted project The Alchemist and Oh No Present: Welcome to Los Santos.
As heard on the latest episode of “Fuck, That’s Delicious,” Alchemist cuts loose the full track to Action Bronson’s “Big League Chew.”
Bam Bam and Alchemist hit B-Real’s “The Smokehouse” to fire up some herbal pleasure and discuss everything from the wonderful world of pro wrestling, Action Bronson’s upcoming album and, of course, weed.
Diamond D is joined by Evidence and Alchemist for this set of visuals shot in Venice Beach off of The Diam Piece.
Fashawn and Alchemist are tag teaming for a new EP titled FASH-ionably Late on December 18. Here’s the first offering featuring Evidence titled Dreams.
“I wanted to give my fans exactly what i wanted to put out so if that meant waiting to push back the date to clear some records than so be it,” said Fashawn. “Working with Alchemist I get in another mode creatively that’s different than working with other producers. Just some real rap shit. Hope you all enjoy it.”