Somebody has pissed Drake off. All of the criticism the superstar received for the lack of bars on For All The Dogs has resulted in the Canadian rapper releasing the “Scary Hours” edition of the album with six new songs that are all rhymes. One of the standouts is his pairing with The Alchemist on “Wick Man” that finds Drake taking a shot at Pusha T for his jab at Noah “40” Shebib back on the 2018 diss song “Story of Addison.”
From the Flying High 2 project, The Alchemist cuts loose a video for “Paint Different” featuring Curren$y. As always, Curren$y delivers with the bars and there some car talk littered throughout. But it’s also always good to hear our boy Al flexing his lyrical muscles.
“Tap water for a basic bitch,” The Alchemist rhymes over the woozy “Vertigo” alongside Action Bronson. The song comes from Al’s Flying High 2 album that recently dropped.
The Alchemist always has to remind us that he has bars. On November 3rd, Our Boy Al will drop the “Flying High 2” EP. To celebrate his birthday, he drops the video for “Nothing Is Freestyle.”
Danny Brown has announced that he’ll be releasing his next album Quaranta on November 17. To prepare us for what’s to come, Danny Brown gets The Alchemist behind the boards for the batshit crazy video for “Tantor.”
The Alchemist and Larry June continue to flex with their stellar The Great Escape and cut loose another set of visuals with “Turkish Cotton.” Big money slick talk from Larry over smooth ass production from Al as the duo makes moves overseas.
Fresh off the Flying High EP, The Alchemist grabs Larry June and Jay Worthy for the video for “Midnight Oil.” If you haven’t hit play on the project yet, do so now.
The Alchemist came through for the holiday weekend with the “Flying High EP.” With the project drop comes the video for “RIP Tracy” featuring Earl Sweatshirt and Billy Woods. Nothing out of the ordinary here. Earl and a blurred out Woods dropping bars somewhere as The Alchemist is seen laying low in the background.
The duo of Larry June and The Alchemist refuse to take their foot off the neck of Hip Hop and drop a video for “Palisades, CA” featuring Detroit’s Big Sean. From Larry June and Alchemist’s The Great Escape coming at you soon.
Hit-Boy and The Alchemist are known for their production but they also have bars when necessary. So what happens when they share production between themselves and agree to hop on the other’s beat? “Slipping Into Darkness” happens. And it’s beautiful.