A year after Brother Ali and Evidence dropped Secrets & Escapes, the duo celebrate the anniversary of the album’s release with a video for “Greatest That Never Lived.”
Evidence is back at it and releases a video for “Unlearning” to keep the fans fed with dope music.
Boldy James and Alchemist release a new set of visuals for “Grey October,” featuring Evidence. This cut is from the duo’s The Price of Tea in China that dropped in February.
Well, isn’t this a pleasant surprise! Out of nowhere, Brother Ali and Evidence release a joint album titled Secrets & Escapes that was a byproduct of Ali’s time with Evidence during three trips to California. The duo ended up with 11 songs where Ali brings the rhymes and Evidence handles the production and it features the likes of Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch and, of course, Evidence.
Check it out in its entirety now.
The Step Brothers are back at it again! Evidence and Alchemist reunite for another for “Burnt Tree” and dish off a gritty visual.
Evidence rides shotgun with the London based Big Cousin on the Nottz-produced “Bleed Respect” from Cousin’s Blue Money EP dropping October 11.
After the radio rip floated around for a bit, we have the full version of Masta Ace & Marco Polo’s “EAT” produced by DJ Premier. Preemo laces Ace with yet another classic beat as the Masta Ace and Evidence lay it down. From the deluxe version of A Breukelen Story. You can cop the single on vinyl when it drops on Record Store day on April 13.
Masta Ace and Evidence rock out over DJ Premier production on “Eat.” The joint comes from the digital deluxe version of Masta Ace and Marco Polo’s A Breukelen Story along with the song “Masta Polo.” Both of these bonus cuts will be released as 45″ vinyl. For now, enjoy this radio rip is from Preemo’s “Live From Headqcourterz” radio show.
It’s been almost a year since Evidence dropped his Weather Or Not album and it’s still in heavy rotation. Perhaps as a subtle reminder that he belongs in the album of the year conversation, Ev drops the video for “Rain Drops.”
Evidence goes Technicolor with a bunch of retro clips smashed together for the video to “The Factory.”