The harbinger of heat returns with more vicious venom for your dome piece as Statik Selektah drops “But You Don’t Hear Me Tho” with The Lox and Mtume.
Joey Bada$$ drops off the video for “500 Benz” while whipping a black 500-class Mercedes with a pretty girl by his side.
Termanology and Slaine have teamed up to for the collaborative album titled Anti-Hero and unleash their lead single from the project to the masses. Statik Selektah provides the beat for “Land of the Lost.” Coming at you sooner than later so keep your eyes peeled for more music.
Profit & Benefit announced that they would become a duo known as the Co-Defendants about a year ago and now we’re getting to see more of their work together as they drop “Turn It Up” produced by none other than Statik Selektah.
The last time 2 Chains and Statik Selektah connected, we were gifted with the excellent “Smoke Break.” Teases of an EP have come and gone. But that doesn’t mean that the work these two put in would never see the light of day. Statik Selektah drops “Man of the Hour” which features 2 Chains and Wiz Khalifa as a single off of his forthcoming album 8. Let’s hope we get to hear more from these two.
Joey Bada$$ and Statik Selektah complete the trifecta of new song drops with “500 Benz.” Nah, we’re not sure why these were loose but all of these songs are dope.
Oh, you thought Joey was done delivering heat? The tandem of Mr. A$$ and Statik Selektah drop off another goodie with “Too Lit.”
Before embarking on tour with Logic, Joey Bada$$ drops off some new grooves for your eardrum. With Statik Selektah providing the backdrop, Mr. A$$ delivers “Love Is Only A Feeling.”
Smoke DZA, Trademark and Young Roddy have formed The Burn Unit and with Statik Selektah providing the beats, you can imaging how fire (pun intended) this project will be. First, have a taste of “How Many?”
Not only did Statik Selektah lie to us when he said that his Lucky 7 album would be his last, but he’s gone ahead and signed a deal with Roc Nation and announced that a new album will be arriving soon. In an interview with Billboard, the producer and DJ dropped science on the new management deal. But, more importantly, gave insight on his new album 8, the whereabouts of Nas’ next album and his collaborative project with 2 Chains.
You’ve mentioned being in the studio with Nas. What’s the latest on his new album?
Some of it is top secret but I will tell you that he’s working on Fashawn’s album. He’s signed to Nas’ label Mass Appeal. They got a new studio over [at the Mass Appeal office], so I’ve been going over there and working with him. Nas has been working on this album for a long time so at any given moment, he can change his mind. I’m not even really sure where he stands with the album, but I will tell you that we have some joints in the stash. So, hopefully, one of those either makes that, or I know that Lost Tapes 2 is eventually coming out. It’s just if the vibes are right.
Your album 8 is slated for a late summer release. What can we expect in terms of artists and sounds on the new project?
I’m really excited about it. I’ve been really stepping up my game musically. You know, you can expect that Statik sound, but it’s just a lot bigger. I got 2 Chainz on there. Me and him have a project that’s dropping really soon. Of course, the fam like Joey Bada$$, Action Bronson, Termanology, Run the Jewels, The LOX, Wale, Black Thought, Raekwon, Freddie Gibbs, Westside Gunn and Conway — who just signed to Shady Records. I’ve been messing with them since the beginning. I’m really excited about that. G-Eazy, Royce Da 5’9′, and obviously, the late, great Sean Price. You know, me and Sean have been close so I’m happy I got something underneath for this one.
You and 2 Chainz have a project on the way. What did he bring to the table that amazed you the most as an artist?
He’s been killing features and his own records for a long time. When you hear these records, it’s just so different. No one has ever done what he did with this project. First of all, he’s rapping like he’s from Brooklyn. It’s just very New York. Basically, a down South guy made a New York album, so I’m excited for that.
Do you have a name for the project?
Yeah, we got a name, but I gotta let Chainz announce that one.