Lin-Manuel Miranda brings Nas, Dave East and Aloe Blacc together for “Wrote My Way Out” off of The Hamilton mixtape. Over an !llmind production, all three flex their lyrical chops.
Talib Kweli revisits this cut from the Indie 500 with assistance from Aloe Blacc and Problem while Nottz provides the beat.
During Fashawn’s album release party for The Ecology that featured appearances from Aloe Blacc, Dilated Peoples, Dom Kennedy, Blu & Exile and Everlast, Nasty Nas himself dropped through to show the Fresno emcee some love. Check out video highlights from the show.
Fashawn’s new album The Ecology is finally dropping on February 24 after what appeared to be a ridiculous amount of setbacks and holdups. Before it releases, you can stream that album in its entirety. With guest spots from Nas, BJ The Chicago Kid, Dom Kennedy, Alchemist, Exile and Aloe Blacc, it’s certainly worth checking out.
Nasty Nas joins his Mass Appeal artist on “Something To Believe In.” With DJ Khalil providing the beat and Aloe Blacc on the hook, Fash and Nas trade bars as the present and future of hip hop.
A new set of visuals for the Jake One produced song off of the recently released Directors Of Photography album.