Locksmith and Jon Connor connect for “Angels & Demons” and expectedly deliver a barrage of bars that will keep your head spinning. Could this be the start of a project between the two or a one-off?
Legendary West Coast emcee/producer E-A-Ski is working on a new EP titled “In Gear” and drops the first single with Detroit’s Jon Connor titled “Reflect Music.”
Detroit’s Jon Connor drops a new joint to celebrate blackness in the face of adversity with the video for “Black” that features Sister Tour.
“It saddens me that a song I wrote about such a grim topic a year ago would be even more relevant and necessary today than it was then,” he said about the song. “For me, the race issues in our country aren’t a fad or a hot topic for the moment. It’s my life and the everyday experience of all Black people in this county.”
Jon Connor gets a flip of a Souls of Mischief classic for “Infinity” as he prepares for his next project.
Since leaving Aftermath, Jon Connor has been picking his spots for his return to the scene. Today, the Flint emcee drops a freestyle over Eminem and Logic’s “Homicide” and absolutely wrecks it.
“I gained my fanbase from feeding the streets with content that showcased my lyrical ability,” Connor said. “What captivated them was how hard I was going. And I wanted fans to know that, after all these years and throughout my journey, I still give a fuck about MC-ing.”
And, guess what? He’s planning on dropping an album in 2020.
Page Kennedy teams up with Fred The Godson, Jag, 3D Na’Tee and John Connor to bless the classic Jay-Z track “Where I’m From.”
Jon Connor has been relatively silent for a good minute but returns with the aptly titled “I’m Back” complete with a Dr. Dre intro that announces that Connor’s full length album is titled Vehicle City and coming this year. As for the rhymes, Connor goes bananas over the instrumental to Remy Ma’s “Wake Me Up.”
From his The Big Brother project, DJ Kay Slay drops a video from “This Is My Culture” that traverses the coasts with Papoose, Ransom, Jon Connor and Locksmith.
DJ Kay Slay assembles a committee of emcees that includes Papoose, Jon Connor and Sheek Louch for “No Sucka MCs”
If, for some strange reason, you haven’t picked up Slum Village’s Yes! album, this joint featuring Jon Connor should motivate you to make the purchase.