Khrysis is one of the more slept on producers in Hip Hop and just dropped an album titled The Hour of Khrysis that should be on your radar. Featuring the likes of Geechi Suede, Evidence, Problem, Chi Ali and others, one of the standout tracks is “Negro Spiritual” which features Pharoahe Monch and Busta Rhymes. And it is incredible.
Conway the Machine has had one hell of a 2020. And to close it out in style he dished off a deluxe version of From King To A GOD. In what might not be his last video of the year, Conway goes in over Khrysis production on “Jesus Khrysis” from the album.
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.”
JAMLA emcee GQ is joined by fellow camp member Rapsody for the 9th Wonder and Khrysis produced “Guns Hang High.”
For those that are down on the future of this country, Rapsody provides the inspiration with “Fire.”
Rapsody and Ab Soul absolutely terrorizes this 9th Wonder and Khrysis production on “2 AM.” It’s the Jamla emcee’s second verse that will raise eyebrows. Just nasty.
Khrysis has been around for over a decade and has laid down some nasty production for the likes of Sean Price, Rapsody, Masta Ace, Little Brother and many others. He’s preparing to drop a instrumental album on Friday titled MotherfuNker and he’s a little taste with “That Bounce.”
For this edition of Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette, Khrysis steps up to take the challenge.
We took the Soul Council producer to Nice Price Books in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he picked three random records consisting of First Choice’s “Doctor Love” single, a record from Booker T and The MG’s, and Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings’ Give The People What They Want. Khrysis tried his hand with the Booker T and Sharon Jones records, and ended up making heat with those two. However, it was the “Doctor Love” record that he ended up flipping that made 9th Wonder say “Pon de Replay.”