From Swizz Beatz’s Hip Hop 50: Vol. 2 project comes the video for “Take Em Out” which features Jadakiss, Benny The Butcher and the white-hot Scar Lip serving us bars on top of bars.
Pusha T’s peddles his dope boy rhymes over some sizzling Swizz Beatz production on “No Patience.” The song is pulled from EPIX original series “Godfather of Harlem” that airs every Sunday at 10 pm ET.
Common rolls up in a convenience store with Vince Staples behind the counter and finds himself in the middle of a robbery. What does he do? Find out in the video for “Hercules” featuring Swizz Beats from Common’s upcoming album Let Love.
One of the standout tracks from Swizz Beatz’ Poison album was “Echo” featuring Nas. And now that song gets a matching set of visuals as the duo sharing screen time for the video.
From Swizz Beatz’ recently released Poison album comes this collaboration with the living legend known as Nasir Jones. The Queensbridge emcee tears Swizz’ soulful production to shreds on this stellar track.
Freddy and Jason are joined by Swizzy as the trio suit up and hit the skating rink in the video for “Theme Music.”
On a random Friday night in New York, Just Blaze and Swizz Beatz decided to engage in an absolutely epic battle of beats between two of the best producers in the game. They traded classics as guests at the battle included Busta Rhymes, Alicia Keys, Cassidy and many others. Judge for yourself who won and don’t miss Swizz dropping an unreleased joint at the 2:27:00 mark that features DMX, Nas, Jadakiss and Jay Z.
Fresh off of his stellar outing on A Tribe Called Quest’s final album, Busta Rhymes connects with Swizz Beatz and drops “Aaahhhh.”
Not sure how in the hell this didn’t end up on the original “Jason” but Swizz Beatz just liberated The Blastmaster’s verse that was supposed to be on Jadakiss’ Top 5 Dead or Alive.
Sheek Louch and Swizz Beatz reunite for this cut from the SBG2 project.