Cormega and Havoc leave the grimy confines of New York for the ocean breeze in Miami in the video for “Paradise.”
Cormega’s The Realness II album has landed and it only took 21 years for the sequel to the original to happen. But now that it’s here, bask in the glory of Cormega. One of the standout tracks is his collaboration with Nas titled “Glorious” produced by Alchemist.
Cormega is back and will drop The Realness II in a short while. The sequel to his 2001 debut album will have some assistance behind the boards from Alchemist, Sha Money XL and Havoc. The first single “Essential” is produced by Havoc and sets the stage for what’s to come.
Seemingly out of the blue, Cormega drops a new project with MEGA. We plucked this choice joint featuring Havoc titled “Live Your Best Life.” Take a listen and listen to the 5-song project in its entirety on your favorite streaming service.
38 Spesh and Kool G Rap’s Son Of G Rap is right around the corner and the duo team up with Cormega for “Dead or Alive” off the album.
C-N-N are back. Well, kind of. The Violator DJs just dropped a brand new song by Cormega that features Capone and Noreaga and doesn’t have a title.
To celebrate the 15 year anniversary of Cormega’s The Realness, DJ Skizz remixes “R U My Nigga?” to breathe new life into the track.
The recently formed duo of I-20 and DJ Pain continue their barrage of weekly joints. This week we find the duo collaborating with Cormega for “I Rap Like,” with production by Buckwild.
DJ Skizz remixes the posse cut off of Cormega’s Mega Philosophy album that features a ridiculous lineup of emcees.
Mega and Marciano get grimy over a filthy Marco Polo production.