This is a unique combination that works when it all comes together as Houston’s Paul Wall, Buffalo’s Benny The Butcher and Boston’s Statik Selektah connect for “Overcame.” It’s from Paul Wall and Statik Selektah’s Give Thanks project dropping on November 28. If you’re not sure what to expect, we suggest you hit play and find out.
Wais P, who was once part of Da Ranjahs, continues trucking along in his solo career with a video for “You Never Know” that features a hook from Haile Supreme and production by Statik Selektah. The song comes from Wais P’s upcoming album Chinchilla, which will drop later this fall.
Bun B and Statik Selektah are still rolling out videos from their collaborative project TRILLSTATIK and now we get the visuals for “Concrete” that features Termanology and Westside Gunn. Bun and Gunn shoot their segment in Houston while Statik and Term rock the concert in Brooklyn.
Curren$y and Statik Selektah seem determined to drop a video for every song on their collab project Gran Turismo. The duo strike again with the video for “Friend or Foe.”
The videos from TrillStatik keep rolling in as Bun B and Statik Selektah team up with Jovanie for the brisk “Moving Mountains” visuals.
Statik Selektah is never not working. With his collaborative project alongside Bun B still picking up steam, Statik connects with Curren$y and drops the Gran Turismo project. And with that comes the lead single “Theme Music” along with a set of visuals.
If you haven’t listened to Bun B and Statik Selektah’s TrillStatik project yet, you are really missing out. After dishing off the video for “I Know” Bun connects with fellow Texans Propain and Killa Kyleon in the video for “TBA (Texas Bar Association).”
Bun B and Statik Selektah dropped a gem on our heads with the TrillStatik album last week and the duo team up with the vocal stylings of Haile Supreme for this groovy jewel titled “I Know.” If you haven’t already, scoop up the album now.
Statik Selektah and Plays drop a double feature of a video with “Bravo” featuring Juelz Santana and “Self Made” featuring Neem. Off of their joint project Piecework dropping tonight.
Statik Selektah took a trip to Hawaii and came back with a whole ass instrumental album. Thirteen tracks of grooves titled Mahalo (The Hawaii Instrumentals) is here for you to play. Here’s a stone cold groove with “Movin In.”