The Wurxs tap some of Philly’s finest by hiring the firearms of Black Thought, Peedi Crakk and Truck North to catch “WREC.”
Los Angeles emcee Sum teams up with Black Thought for this song off his album Whatever Doesn’t Kill Me Better Keep Running that drops later this year.
“There’s not much to be said about being able to rap on a track with the great Black Thought,” he siad. “He’s a pioneer, and I’m glad he’s finally starting to get more widespread recognition as one of the nastiest to ever do it. My guy Longbeard did his thing on the music, he’s a part of the extended Milky Way tribe and you’ll hear more from him sooner than later.”
David Banner delivers an absolute banger alongside WatchTheDuck and Black Thought titled “Who Want It.” This is just nasty.
J. Period gathers Black Thought, Posdnuos, Pharoahe Monch and the voice of Joss Stone for the politically charged “Rise Up!”
“These are turbulent times in America, with protests and marches spilling out into the streets in record numbers, and activism on the rise,” J. Period told Rolling Stone, who premiered the single. “‘Rise Up’ was born out of that same energy,” continuing that the song “aims to remind us of the higher ideals we’re fighting for when we call for justice: unity, equality, diversity, empathy.”
LIVING COLOUR FEAT. CHUCK D, BLACK THOUGHT, PRODIGAL SUNN, PHAROAHE MONCH & KYLE MANSA – WHO SHOT YA (ANDRE BETTS REMIX)-
Rock band Living Colour is preparing to release a brand new EP called MIXTAPE on September 9th that will feature a variety of remixes to classic songs. One of those remixes happens to be to The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Who Shot Ya?” and will feature Black Thought, Chuck D, Pharoahe Monch, Prodigal Sunn & Kyle Mansa. But unlike the original, the focus of the remix will surround the many, many victims of gun violence. Check it out now.
Missed the first episode of Game of Thrones season 6? Well, allow Black Thought to catch you up.
Oh, now this is nasty. Rhymeslinger extraordinaire, Black Thought, joins forces with Styles P over a 9th Wonder production on the Netflix series inspired “Making A Murderer.” Enjoy!
Out of the blue, Statik Selektah drops this unreleased collaboration with Black Thought titled “Couldn’t Tell” that appears to have been left on the cutting room floor of Lucky 7.
Black Thought was originally supposed to be on the PRhyme album but the unexpected death of The Roots’ manager caused the emcee to not make the album. However, with the deluxe version of the album dropping, Black Thought ends up on the remix to “Wishin'” and replaces Common with a disgustingly ill verse. If you haven’t ordered the album by now, what are you waiting for?
Black Thought, Sugar Tongue Slim and Truck North are back at it as they dismantle the theme song to “Mad Men” and make it their own.