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.
On January 19th, Ras Kass will drop a 6-track EP titled Lyrical Hip-Hop Is Dead. The project will feature his son, Ras Austin, as well as Rampage and Guilty Simpson. But here is Ras Kass revisiting his lyrically inclined collaboration with Royce Da 5’9″ titled “Attitudes.”
Ras Kass goes in on “Jesus Pressed Mute” with bars dedicated to the problems we face daily. Maybe our presidential hopefuls should listen close.
Another Sean Price verse surfaces on the Sketch McGuiney cut that also features Ras Kass. And, of course, it’s dope.
Perhaps the most mainstream of any song on their new record, “Sex Pistol” is an unabashed reminder of the things that drive the baser among us – physical beauty, lust, and sex.
Ras Kass and Jack Splash drop their collaborative album and offer a full album stream for you to digest. Guests include Cee-Lo, Kurupt, Raheem DeVaughn and Teedra Moses and it’s definitely worth the listen.
Kurupt and Ras Kass trade bars on the rock-influenced “M.A.S.H.” off of the forthcoming Breakfast At Banksy’s album.
The tag team of Ras Kass and Jack Splash drop another joint from their upcoming album that samples “He Never Said a Mumblin’ Word.”
Legendary West Coast MC, Ras Kass, and 10x Grammy Nominated producer, Jack Splash have combined forces as the group Semi Hendrix. Entirely produced by Jack Splash, Semi Hendrix’s upcoming album “Breakfast At Banksy’s” will be released on October 16th via Mello Music Group. Here’s the first single.
The Drum Gang provides the backdrop for Wais P and Razzy Kazzy to rock over.