Duck Down’s mascot found some random people in NYC to recite Action Bronson’s verse on Statik Selektah’s “Beautiful Life.” Their reactions were nothing short of awesome.
“Put Love & Hip Hop on mute please,” Action Bronson says at the beginning of his collaboration with Ab Soul and Elle Varner on Statik Selektah’s “All You Need.” You know what? He’s right. The buttery smooth jam is what love and hip hop is all about.
Statik Selektah gathers the lyrical strength of Bun B, Sean P and Styles P for this banger off of his upcoming Lucky 7 album.
Statik Selektah recruits long time collaborators Action Bronson and Joey Bada$$ for the lead single from his Lucky 7 album dropping on July 7th.
Action Bronson joins Ea$y Money on this Statik Selektah produced joint from Ea$y’s upcoming The Motive Of Nearly Everybody, Yo.
Actor Rick Gonzalez (Coach Carter, Illegal Tender, Roll Bounce, etc.) tries his hand at rapping alongside Prodigy on the Statik Selektah produced “Love & Money” off of his upcoming album Fidelio.
As ST Da Squad’s Ea$y Money prepares to drop The Motive Of Nearly Everybody Yo on May 26, the emcee drops this joint to warm you up that features Joey Bada$$, Wais P and Rob White rocking over some Statik Selektah production.
Statik Selektah prepares us for his Lucky 7 album dropping in July by connecting with Lil Fame for some bars.
On July 7th, Statik Selektah will release his seventh album, appropriately titled Lucky 7. This song, however, won’t be on the album. With Your Old Droog dropping the linguistics about public transportation over banging production, it’s a shame that this didn’t make the final cut.
While at SXSW, Joey Bad$$ and Statik Selektah took some time out with Beats By Dre to discuss the story behind “Curry Chicken.”