Black Thought refuses to slow down when it comes to collaborating with producers on projects. After delivering the stellar Cheat Codes with Danger Mouse last year, Thought announces that he’ll join forces with El Michaels Affair for Glorious Game. Ahead of the April 14th release date, the tandem drop the “Grateful” single to set the stage for what’s to come.
This isn’t just filthy, it’s “Disgusting.” With Stu Bangas on the beat, Apathy and Black Thought go ape. From Apathy’s forthcoming album King of Gods No Second album dropping sooner than later.
Listen, if you haven’t checked out Danger Mouse and Black Thought’s Cheat Codes album yet you are only cheating yourself. Here’s another heater from the album as the duo get some bars from the late, great MF DOOM on “Belize.”
With just a few days to go before Cheat Codes drops, Danger Mouse and Black Thought release one more single from the project with “Strangers.” Another filthy beat that is obliterated by Thought and also features A$AP Rocky and Run The Jewels.
Danger Mouse and Black Thought drop off some visuals for their single “Because” which features appearances from Russ, Joey Bada$$ and Dylan Cartlidge. Cheat Codes is coming soon.
We’re getting closer to the release of Danger Mouse and Black Thought’s collaborative album Cheat Codes and the duo decide to drop off another joint from the anticipated project. “Because” features Russ and Joey Bada$$ trading bars over some smooth production.
This is a pleasant surprise.
Black Thought and Danger Mouse are connecting for a joint project titled Cheat Codes. With the likes of A$AP Rocky, Run The Jewels, Russ, Conway the Machine, Raekwon and the late DOOM, this will be something to keep an eye on. Before we get a release date, the duo share with us “No Gold Teeth” as an appetizer.
The Artist Formally Known as Sense unleashes the video for “When We Move” from his recently released A Beautiful Revolution Pt. 2. The song features the lyrical stylings of Black Thought and a hook by Seun Kuti. Of course, the revolution will be both televised and heard.
The Roots just released a deluxe version of their 1995 album Do You Want More?!!!??! and there’s an unreleased gem that is sure to get your attention. On “In Your Dreams Kid (I’m Every MC)” Black Thought emulates Guru, Jungle Brothers, Q-Tip and others. Can you name them all?
Tobe Nwigwe has had a fantastic 2020 and will follow up his Pandemic EP with a full-length project Cincoriginals on December 13. With the release around the corner, Nwigwe grabs Black Thought and Grammy-nominated emcee Royce 5’9″ for the “Father Figure” video.