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.”
Vanderslice offers the beat and Slug & Evidence knock it out of the park on “North American Money” from Van’s upcoming album The Best Album Money Can Buy.
While at Soundset, Evidence gave Westside Gunn a beat and the Griselda Gang rapper turned it around for “Evidence Joint.” Yeah, really simple title.
Evidence was able to snare away Krondon from his bad guy role on “Black Lightning” to drop some bars for the Nottz produced “Bad Publicity.” Unfortunately, Krondon couldn’t appear in the video so Evidence holds it down on his own.
Evidence has dropped excellence with his Weather or Not album and blesses us with the video for “Powder Cocaine” featuring Slug with production from Alchemist. Hopefully this isn’t the first time you’ve heard this song. If it is, stop what you are doing and go listen to this album in its entirety.
The Step Brothers reunite! Alchemist and Evidence connect once again and drop this ode to Fat Albert’s famous quote with “Lay Some Treats On Us.”
Evidence and DJ Premier have a history of making dope music together dating back to the Dilated Peoples era. The two link up again for Evidence’s solo album Weather or Not and deliver the goods in the form of “10,000 Hours.”