Brooklyn’s Ace Clark makes his presence felt alongside Blu and Skyzoo for “Reality” off of his upcoming Life is Good album.
Continuing with his Craft Singles 45 series, Alchemist unleashes this track with Blu, Big Twins, Killa Kali and Planet Asia titled “Palisades.”
For those that didn’t get their hands the posthumous album Jay Love Japan back in 2008, you’ll be happy to know that it will be re-released on May 6th. With that comes the official release of “Sun In My Face” that features Blu along with a guy named Miguel Jontel that you may know.
Today marks the release of “Bad Neighbor” the collaborative album amongst MED & Blu & Madlib. Entirely produced by Madlib, the album highlights MED and Blu’s chemistry together alongside an all-star cast of guest features including MF DOOM, Aloe Blacc, Mayer Hawthorne, Phonte, Dam-Funk, and many others.
In celebration of today’s album release, check out the single “The Strip” featuring Anderson .Paak.
Blu has joined forces with MED and Madlib for the collaborative album Bad Neighbor that is set to drop on October 30 (and you can pre-order here). The first single, featuring MF DOOM, comes to you in the form of “Knock Knock” and is sure to please longtime fans. Below is the full tracklisting to convince you of the purchase if the single, for some otherworldly reason, did not.
MED, Blu & Madlib “Bad Neighbor” Album Full Tracklisting:
2. Serving ft. Hodgy Beats
3. Peroxide ft. Dam-Funk and DJ Romes
4. Get Money ft. Frank Nitt
5. Streets ft. Oh No and DJ Romes
6. The Stroll ft. AMG
7. Knock Knock ft. MF DOOM
8. Mad Neighbor
9. The Strip ft. Anderson .Paak
10. Finer Things ft. Likewise and Phonte
11. Burgundy Whip ft. Jimetta Rose
12. Drive In ft. Aloe Blacc
13. Belly Full ft. Black Spade
15. The Buzz ft. Mayer Hawthorne
Producer Maticulous’ upcoming LP continues to gain momentum as his latest features the legendary Masta Ace and Blu getting busy on “Bet Your Life.”
Even though DJ EFN’s Another Time is already out, the remixes keep coming. This one is of the Kam, Blu and MC Eiht collaboration “South-West,” which gets the K-Def treatment.