Ransom will be dropping his Se7en project on June 7 that focuses on each of the seven deadly sins. For “Greed,” Ransom connects with Royce 5’9″ and the two go crazy over Lord Sear production.
Did somebody say they wanted bars from a pair of streetwise emcees? Lloyd Banks and Ransom team up to give you just that with “Gluttony.” No word on whether we’ll get more from these two but Lloyd Banks appears to have a new project on the way.
If you’re looking for bars, you’re going to get them as Benny the Butcher and Ransom link up for “Spineless.” This hard as nails joint comes from the soon-to-be-released Trust the Sopranos collaborative album between Benny’s Black Soprano Family and 38 Spesh’s Trust Gang.
Conway and Big Ghost have been known to make magic together and the duo does just that by dropping If it Bleeds It Can Be Killed. Ten tracks of pure ferociousness are at your disposal here but go ahead and hit play on “Kill All Rats” that finds Conway alongside Ransom and Rome Streetz for some verbal brutality.
Buffalo’s Che Noir has been on fire this year and keeps stacking up with her third album this year After 12. From that album comes the video for “Hunger Games” featuring 38 Spesh and Ransom over production by Che.
UFO Fev recently dropped his Fresh Air collaboration album with Statik Selektah. For a sample of what Fev has to offer, check out the cut featuring Termanology, ETO and Ransom titled “Hard Rock.”
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.
Ransom invites you to his lyrical art gallery on the insightful “Revelations.”
Lawrence, Mass rapper Progress drops visuals to his lead single “Lord forgive em” Produced by Statik Selektah (feat Ransom & Ea$y Money). Directed By CS Films. His new project #UaintHip drops January 8th, 2016.
Ransom is joined by Nickle and 3D Na’Tee for this self produced track off of the album of the same name.