DJ Kay Slay rounds up Dave East, Papoose and Raekwon for “Microphone Murderers” off of his 50 Shades Of Slay project. Each emcee takes his turn over a Rakim sample and you’ll be the judge of who committed the highest form of microphone murder.
DJ Absolut revisits dropping the collaborative joint from 2015 but releases the original mix instead of the one that used the instrumental for Faith Evans’ “You Used to Love Me (Puff Daddy Mix).”
DJ Kay Slay assembles yet another squadron of NYC rhyme slingers for this joint from his Shadow of the Sun album.
The Method Man, Raekwon and Inspectah Deck collaboration from The Meth Lab gets a lyric video.
The name alone is legendary. Hit play and listen to Method Man, The Chef and Inspectah Deck rekindle the flames from two decades ago.
On July 10th, Ghostface and Adrian Younge will drop the sequel to 12 Reasons To Die. The duo nab Raekwon for the cinematic “Let The Record Spin” as the two go toe to toe on the chilling track.
Adrian Younge has been a busy man who has dropped nothing but brilliance. Today, you can check out his Linear Labs: Los Angeles album in its entirety before copping on iTunes. Featuring the likes of Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Souls of Mischief, Ali Shaheed Muhammad,Toni Scruggs and Laetitia Saddier, this 10-track offering of funk is just what you need to get through the week.
After showing out with 2013’s Twelve Reasons To Die, Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge have reunited for the sequel that will drop in July. But prior to that, the duo serve up Return of the Savage and here’s the title track featuring the RZA and the Chef.
Canibus is joined by the Chef, Kurupt and Craig G for a lyrical rumble on “The Kings Sent For Me.”
With Raekwon announcing the release of his new album F.I.L.A. on April 28th, The Chef drops off this collaboration with Busta Rhymes and French Montana to get us ready for the project.