Apathy ain’t f*cking around. After destroying a Pete Rock production along Pharoahe Monch, Ap jumps all over a DJ Premier beat for “The Order.” If this is a sign of what we’re about to hear with The Widow’s Son, it’s time to buckle up.
Apathy has long been one of the more underrated emcees in hip hop. But with a catalog full of dopeness and a new album on the way titled The Widow’s Son on March 2nd, Ap drops “I Keep On” produced by Pete Rock and featuring Pharoahe Monch. Hit play and get your neck snapping.
O.C. and Apathy’s joint album Perestroika is shaping up to be a good one. After releasing Live From the Iron Curtain and Soviet Official, the duo get Just Cuz for the hook on the smooth “Globetrotters.”
Apathy and O.C. drop another jewel from Perestroika as they go “Live From The Iron Curtain.” The Demigod and D.I.T.C. legend sound comfortable alongside one another and Perestroika has the makings of being a winner.
Apathy has announced that he and O.C. will drop a collaborative album later this year titled Perestroika. To go along with the announcement comes the video for the MO$$ produced song.
“Live from the Iron Curtain”
“Tomorrow Is Gone” f. Slaine & Kappa Gamma
“Winter Winds” f. Marvalyss
“Covey Leader to Raven”
“No More Soft Shit”
“STOMKILLCRUSHMODE” f. Celph Titled
“What It’s All About”
“Globetrotters” f. Jus Cuz
Apathy drops the video to “Pieces of Eight” off of his Handshakes With Snakes album which follows Spanish conquerors as they travel across the sea.
Bishop Lamont is joined by Demigodz Ryu and Apathy to wax political poetic about the coming election and the problems facing Americans on the appropriately titled “Un-American” off of Lamont’s The Reformation.
“I made ‘Un-American’ because I feel like this whole election thing is rigged,” Bishop Lamont told Complex. “Politics are bullshit, and the labels of Republican, Democrat, independent, etc, only help to divide us more from each other. We are all humans, facing mortality, cancer, diabetes, and everyday challenges just to exist, on a planet that continues to grow sicker and sicker from the abuse we are inflicting upon it. No one person we elect can change our lives, or our world. We all have to take responsibility, and do our part to change the world.”
Apathy produces his own joint about the current state of the industry and gets Bun B and Twista to help out. Off of his Handshakes and Snakes album dropping on June 10.
The third installment of Numonics’ “Year of the Fox” series has arrived in the form of the Reks and Apathy joint “Relearn,” which is a revamp of 2012’s “Unlearn.”
Apathy is the next contestant in Mass Appeal’s producer challenge “Rhythm Roulette.” Watch the Demigod emcee go to work.