Stro has been quite active over the past couple of months but this might be the moment he grabs all of our attention as he announces a joint project with Statik Selektah. No further details were given about the collaboration but the duo did drop off their first song together “Know the Stro.”
One of the standout joints from Soni WithAnEye’s latest album features Mobb Deep — before Prodigy’s passing — and production from Statik Selektah on “Coming From Queens.”
The Pro Era crew continue to roll. Dirty Sanchez connects with Statik Selektah to drop “Heavy Thinker” from Sanchez’ forthcoming New Yuck City album dropping this summer.
Ruff Ryder emcee Quadir Lateef has been brutalizing microphones for a minute and this EP with Statik Selektah is an extended beatdown titled Ugly Face EP. Listen to the entire project as the Buffalo emcee annihilates beat after beat.
You’ve heard the song, now check out the animated video for Forever M.C.’s “King Kong” featuring Royce 5’9″, KXNG Crooked and DMX with additional scratches by Statik Selektah.
This joint is bananas. KXNG Crooked, Chino XL, Tech N9ne and Rittz go the f*ck off on “Terminally Ill.” With Statik Selektah providing the scratches, the quartet of rapid fire emcees deliver nothing but heat.
To celebrate the release of his album 8, Statik Selektah drops the video for “But You Don’t Hear Me Though.” The Lox show up to bless the smoothed out cut while Statik can be seen with his daughter. Make sure you cop 8.
Statik Selektah continues to serve up samples from his upcoming album 8. For “Don’t Run” Statik collaborates with Joyner Lucas, who proceeds to give the production his two cents.
Statik Selektah drops another joint from his 8 album with Curren$y and Cousin Still titled “Slept To Death.”
G-Eazy, Joey Bada$$ and Enisa go to work on “Ain’t A Damn Thing Change” from Statik Selektah’s 8 album. With additional production from Brady Watt, Cas Weinbren and Utril Rhaburn, this joint goes.