Edo G. and Shabaam Sahdeeq have recorded the Recognize Your Power EP and cut loose this joint featuring Ras Kass and Fokis titled “Trust Ya Self.” Look for the EP on October 14.
We all have those moments where we spazz out, go on a tirade, and speak our #facts. Ras uses a trap beat to vent about the current issues in Rap while parodying some (in)famous Kanye West incidents. Produced by C-Dash, hook by Atlanta’s Chiccen.
Ras Kass releases this video that was shot before Sean Price passed away. “Paypal The Feature” finds Ras, Steele and Sean P trading bars in the booth.
Allow Ras Kass to take you on a trip to #NIGSneyland in the video for “Hood On Ice” off of his forthcoming “Intellectual Property” mixtape.
Backed by a Statik Selektah production, Ras Kass drops his response to the recent deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castille with “Promised Land.”
Before Ras Kass drops the official sequel to Soul On Ice two decades after the original dropped, the Carson emcee releases the appropriately titled “Refresher Course” mixtape (mixed by DJ Infamous). 41 tracks of Ras Kass spanning twenty decades of dopeness. You’ll get everything from “Anything Goes” and the Heltah Skeltah collaboration with Can-I-Bus “Uni-4-orm” to more recent tracks such as “WorldWarZ” and “How To Kill God.”
Had some free time in the studio and rocked this out in tribute for Sunday’s premiere! We’re so ready for Game of Thrones Season 6, we made a Season 5 “re-cap” rap & video for all the fans and fellow “blerds” (black nerds lmao). – Ras Kass
Nearly two decades after the release of his classic debut, West Coast stalwart Ras Kass returns to ‘Soul On Ice’ for a two-part follow-up album led by tough-as-nails lead single “Downward Spiral.” It boasts neck-snapping production by UK’s ILLinformed, and a series of grimy features from Freddie Foxxx and Onyx’s Fredro Starr and Sticky Fingaz.
Numonics has a series called Year of the Fox and last month’s installment with Wreckonize was pretty dope. But this month he goes west to snatch up Ras Kass and Planet Asia for “Fire Drills.”
Sketch McGuiney brings the late, great Sean Price and Ras Kass along for video to “World War Z.” Obviously, we’ll be hearing unreleased Sean P rhymes for a while but to see him in this video is certainly a highlight.