AZ’s triumphant return to the game with Doe or Die 2 continues to pay off for the New York emcee. He continues to bang us over the head with visuals to keep the momentum going and enjoys the good life in his latest video “Just 4 You.”
It only took 25 years but AZ’s Doe or Die 2 is finally here. Was it worth the wait? You should probably listen for yourself but one of the standout tracks is “The Ritual” which finds AZ alongside Conway the Machine and Lil Wayne over production from Alchemist. Certified banger.
It’s great to hear a new song but it’s even better when you can see an OG like AZ in a video. With Doe Or Die 2 on the way, AZ and Jahiem team up for the visuals to the video “The Wheel.”
There is finally a date for AZ’s Doe or Die 2! September 10th is the day we’ll finally get a sequel to AZ’s debut album that dropped over a quarter-century ago. To set the stage for the album that features the likes of Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, T-Pain, Alchemist, Conway The Machine, Dave East, Pete Rock, Bink, Buckwild and others, AZ releases “The Wheel” featuring Jahiem.
After appearing alongside his cohorts from The Firm on Nas’ King’s Disease, AZ is back at it with a new single titled “Different.” Whether or not this will be on Doe or Die 2 is yet to be seen, but it’s always good to get some new music from the rapper who is three decades deep into the game.
It looks like AZ is finally going to give us the sequel to Doe or Die this Summer and releases the first single from the project in the form of “Found My Niche.” Are you ready for a sequel 25 years in the making?
AZ has heard the suggestions that he lacks work ethic and ability to send a reminder that he has always been able to kill it. Connecting with DJ Doo Wop, AZ drops “Legacy,” which is a collection of freestyles over classic beats and includes guest verses from Raekwon, Joe Budden and more. Hit play on this.
Planet Asia’s The Golden Buddha album drops today and the emcee delivers his collaboration with AZ “Fast Not Slow” as a teaser of what’s to come.
DJ Kay Slay assembles the team of AZ, Mysonne and Papoose for “Story of My Life” from his Big Brother album. The trio of emcees tackle domestic abuse and look to uplift the African American community by being positive role models.
Who knows when and if AZ is going to drop Doe or Die 2, but if this collaborative track with Raekwon and Prodigy is any indication of what may come, we’re all here for it. Check out the video for “Save Them.”