KRS-One releases his 13th solo project (23 if you include the 5 BDP albums and 5 collaborative efforts) titled The World Is Mind. You can stream the 15 track project in its entirety now. Check out the nod to the South African native tongue on “Keep Clicking” and “Out For Fame” among others.
KRS One and MC Shan are back at it again after 30 years. After Shan appeared on the Murder Master Music Show expressing his desire to battle with The Blastmaster, KRS One responded with “Take Em Out.” You’re never too old to verbally joust.
KRS-One pays homage to the late Phife Dawg with this joint and invites all you emcees to get busy on the same track.
Words from The Blastmaster…
Calling all emcees! To spit a 16 bar! In honor of Phife Dawg!
All donations will go directly to, Phife Dawgs family.
Donate whatever you can! Minimum price is $5 dollars. So you can donate as much as you want to, Phifes family.
And if you are a real MC then lay down your 16 BARS!
In honor of, Phife Dawg.
Hashtag, #ThePhifeTribute to spread the word!
Rest In Peace, Phife!
Not sure how in the hell this didn’t end up on the original “Jason” but Swizz Beatz just liberated The Blastmaster’s verse that was supposed to be on Jadakiss’ Top 5 Dead or Alive.
On February 26, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis will release This Unruly Mess I’ve Made, their follow up to their 2012 album The Heist. As the release date draws near, the duo has released the tracklisting that shows off an impressive guest list that includes the likes of Chance The Rapper, Anderson .Paak, Kool Moe Dee, Leon Bridges, Ed Sheeran, KRS-One and DJ Premier.
This Unruly Mess I’ve Made:
01 Light Tunnels [ft. Mike Slap]
02 Downtown [ft. Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee, and Grandmaster Caz]
03 Brad Pitt’s Cousin [ft. XP]
04 Buckshot [ft. KRS-One and DJ Premier]
05 Growing Up [ft. Ed Sheeran]
06 Kevin [ft. Leon Bridges]
07 St. Ides
08 Need to Know [ft. Chance the Rapper]
09 Dance Off [ft. Idris Elba and Anderson .Paak]
10 Let’s Eat [ft. XP]
11 Bolo Tie [ft. YG]
12 The Train [ft. Carla Morrison]
13 White Privilege II [ft. Jamila Woods]
The Blastmaster sits down with Rakim to discuss his writing technique and the jewels that are dropped are mind blowing. Not only did Rakim play saxophone, but he explains how John Coltrane was responsible for how he wrote. Check it out.
Eighteen tracks of knowledge from The Blastmaster comes in the form of Now Hear This and you can hear it all right now.
The Blastmaster pays homage to the sound engineer on this DJ Static produced track off of his upcoming album Now Hear This.
The Blastmaster has a message for the so-called “War On Drugs” that has impacted this country for years. Yeah, apparently, the drugs won.
Three of Hip Hop’s luminaries combine over baneful strings delivered in a landscape of energy by producer Stricknine to re-establish a message that is more relevant now than ever before: “I think it’s time we all stand up.”