Over Marco Polo production, Pharoahe Monch and Styles P collaborate for “Same Sh!t, Different Toilet.” The duo vent about the current racial climate and the exhaustion that sets in after years and years of the same issues.
The underrated lyrical dexterity of Pharoahe Monch surfaces alongside a new musical outfit known as Th1rt3n. Monch is flanked by drummer Daru Jones and guitarist Marcus Machado to get busy over Nottz production on “Palindrome.”
Pharoahe Monch sightings are far and few in between these days. So when the wicked wordsmith drops something, it’s best we pay attention. “Yayo” is all about the drug known as cocaine and the video is spliced together with footage from legendary drug films to drive home the message.
Pharoahe Monch gifts us with a new song that tells the story of some money that he’s after in the video for “24 Hours” featuring Lil Fame.
Wu-Tang’s “Pearl Harbor” was one of the highlights from the Wu’s 2017 album The Saga Continues. But now the song that featured Sean Price, Method Man, Ghostface Killah gets an update with Pharoahe Monch and Tek from Smif N Wessun adding verses to the Mathematics track.
Saukrates revisits his 1995 song “Father Time” but recruits both Shad and Pharoahe Month for the rehash.
Apathy has long been one of the more underrated emcees in hip hop. But with a catalog full of dopeness and a new album on the way titled The Widow’s Son on March 2nd, Ap drops “I Keep On” produced by Pete Rock and featuring Pharoahe Monch. Hit play and get your neck snapping.
Nova Scotia’s ChanHayes recruits Ras Kass and Pharoahe Monch, along with Ghettosocks for “Ghost In The Shell.” From ChanHayes debut album Here available now.
Tim Westwood digs into his vault of never-heard-before freestyles and pulls out this 2003 gem from Pharoahe Month.
J. Period gathers Black Thought, Posdnuos, Pharoahe Monch and the voice of Joss Stone for the politically charged “Rise Up!”
“These are turbulent times in America, with protests and marches spilling out into the streets in record numbers, and activism on the rise,” J. Period told Rolling Stone, who premiered the single. “‘Rise Up’ was born out of that same energy,” continuing that the song “aims to remind us of the higher ideals we’re fighting for when we call for justice: unity, equality, diversity, empathy.”