Elzhi will drop his new album Seven Times Down Eight Times Up on September 25 and offers fans a glimpse of what’s to come with “Light One Write One” produced by JR Swiftz.
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.
Boston producer B Leafs unites a very interesting lineup of emcees for the politically charged “Reaganomics.” Elzhi, Ras Kass, Large Pro and M-Dot all do their thing. B Leafs album The Horizon drops on January 29th.
After dropping “Signs” with Talib Kweli and Joell Ortiz, Ace Clark is back at it with “Maxine” featuring Elzhi. The duo talk about love and loss on this new joint.
With Elzhi and Khrysis’ highly anticipated album Jericho Jackson dropping on February 23rd, the duo spoke to Billboard about their project while premiering a new song titled “Listen” with Amber Navran of Moonchild.
Elzhi has been always known for taking a lot of time between projects, but this is definitely worth the wait. Elzhi and Khrysis have formed the duo Jericho Jackson and are dropping a project on February 23rd. To get things started, Elzhi gets busy over Khrysis’ sampling of Lafayette Afro Rock Band‘s “Darkest Light” for “Self Made.”
When Phonte and Elzhi team up, it’s usually magical. That trend continues as the duo hop on Chris Dave & The Drumheadz’ “Destiny N Stereo” with some vocal assistance from Eric Roberson.
Nova Scotia producer ChanHays recruits Skyzoo, Elzhi and Uptown XO for “Running” from his debut album Here.
Page Kennedy is preparing to drop his “Straight Bars” mixtape and to solidify what this project is all about, look no further than his remix to “Made You Look.” With lyrical assistance from Elzhi, KXNG Crooked, Cassidy, Mickey Factz and King Los, you get nothing but bars for over eight minutes.
Kansas emcee Stik Figa connects with Elzhi on “Down Payment,” which is brilliantly produced by Nottz. Below is Stik’s explanation of the song’s theme.
“‘Down Payment’ is a special song because it feels like I am still paying dues, though I have been around for a while now. I have been blessed to share the microphone with some of my heroes and peers alike. I am never sure if this pursuit will pay off, but, at the least I got to share with those who listened, ‘what I know’.”