Skyzoo tag teams with Elzhi for the !llmind produced “Hands Folded Together” off of Sky’s forthcoming Music For My Friends album dropping June 23rd.
Skyzoo drops another gem from his upcoming Music For My Friends project.
“The idea behind the record was to put together something that really felt like the city. Something that really felt like the NY that I know and grew up in. From the content to the beat, it feels like expensive cars driven by guys from down the block who figured out a way to get whatever they want and celebrate those realizations. That’s how the city looked and felt to me growing up, and I wanted to build something like that for this generation that still tied into the album’s overall theme of innocent ignorance and misguided desires.”
The Barrel Brothers (Torae & Skyzoo) release this vinyl only bonus track from their 2014 album that was produced by Marco Polo.
Skyzoo cuts loose the first track from his third LP Music For My Friends dropping on June 23 and has some words regarding the song.
“I wanted this record to really remind people of what I do as far as entendres go. The double and even triple meanings, the layering, the stacking, I wanted that be the foundation for this song. Being that the album itself is based on storytelling more so than anything else, I wanted to have at least one record where I just let it all fly”.
KXNG Crooked, Sway and King Tech’s SMH Records drops their first collaborative project with a laundry list of dope emcees for your listening pleasure. When Worlds Collide features the likes of Royce Da 5’9″, KXNG Crooked, Skyzoo, Kool G Rap, Sadat X and many, many more. Check out the album in its entirety now.
Skyzoo and Torae join DJ Premier in the lab for the latest session of Bars In The Booth. As expected, The Barrel Brothers light it up.
With the release of Diamond D’s 7th studio album The Diam Piece (which you can cop here), the legendary Diggin’ In The Crates producer/emcee drops a jewel that features Talib Kweli, Skyzoo and elZHi. Give it a listen and then pick up the album that also features Pete Rock, Kurupt, Black Rob, Fat Joe, Chino XL, Pharoahe Monch, Hi Tek and more.