Chino XL has teamed up with producer Balt Getty for an EP simply titled “Chino vs. Balt.” The duo set things off for the forthcoming project with the video for “ETHIOPIA.”
Brothers Madlib and Oh No rarely collaborate on music. But now the family members have decided to team up for a full album. Now known as The Professionals, the duo will drop their self-titled album on January 17th. To formally announced the project, they drop “Superhumans” with features from Chino XL and eLZhi.
Forever M.C. recruits Planet Asia, Royce 5’9″, Chino XL and Bronze Nazareth for the remix to “Assassin’s Creed.”
This joint is bananas. KXNG Crooked, Chino XL, Tech N9ne and Rittz go the f*ck off on “Terminally Ill.” With Statik Selektah providing the scratches, the quartet of rapid fire emcees deliver nothing but heat.
Chino XL, Pacewon and Spider Da God take aim at the new era of “mumble rappers” with “New” as the trio attempt to bring hip-hop back to its essence.
Two of the Bronx’s finest head out West in the cinematic new visuals for “Homicide Fetish,” a bullying banger from Colorado-based rapper Saint Joe and his guests, Chris Rivers and Chino XL.
With Collective Cultures’ Jeremy Pape behind the lens, he plays host to an old-school cypher filled with wicked wordplay and blistering rhymes from all three vocalists. Shot in the streets of NYC to the mountains of Colorado, it’s worth noting that the homicide they’re committing here is clearly that of murdering mics, as the trifecta of emcees tear apart the monstrous instrumental from Norway’s, GVME OVER.
“Homicide Fetish” stems from Saint Joe’s upcoming new album, ‘Thinning Out the Heard,’ which is due out August 8th, through Joe’s own imprint, K.R.A.K. Productions, LLC. The LP will and will be available through all major digital retailers. In addition to Rivers and XL, The LP boasts a number of notable guest features from the likes of Dirtbag Dan, Reef the Lost Cauze, Cortez, Freck Billionaire, Spoke In Wordz, Morning Star, and more. Producers tapped include Charlie Brown, Dialectic, Jomeezius the Genius, Vic Jones, and Yon-P Beats among others.