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.
The smooth-talking Larry June connects with The Alchemist for “60 Days.” June even gets Al to bless the mic over some minimalistic production. Surely this means that there’s a new Larry June album on the horizon, right?
The Alchemist gets TDE’s SchoolBoy Q to pounce on a production from his SANDWICH album and the duo delivers with “Clip In A Tray.” With Ab Soul and SZA recently dropping projects, we’re due for a new one from Groovy Q.
The Alchemist drops a video that pays homage to the late Big Syke with a song in his namesake that features bars from Boldy James and Meyhem Lauren.
Kool G Rap and The Alchemist should probably drop a collaborative album. Until then, the two connect again for “Diesel” and the fit is just perfect between Rap’s flow and Al’s sample flip.
Curren$y and The Alchemist are prepping their newest dish to be dropped on our heads on February 18. Continuance is 13 tracks of the duo blessing us with dope beats and dope rhymes. Ahead of the drop, they release a video for “The Tonight Show” where you can find Curren$y spitting rhymes with dope whips. You know, the usual dopeness.
Over the weekend, The Alchemist dropped This Thing of Ours Pt. 2 EP and releases a simple video for “Lossless” featuring Mike.
The output of the Griselda family is absurd. Especially when you consider that it’s all quality. Conway The Machine and Alchemist connect for “Piano Love” as the Buffalo emcee flexes over the twinkling keys. What’s this from, you ask? Conway’s long-awaited Shady Records debut God Don’t Make Mistakes. It’s coming.
Bo Jackson is on the way as Boldy James and The Alchemist will drop their next piece of art on August 13. With the release right around the corner, the duo give us a double feature with a video for “Turpentine” and “Steel Wool.”
The Alchemist never stops releasing music. And it helps that the music he releases is dope. From his “This Thing Of Ours” EP comes a video for his collaboration with Earl Sweatshirt “Loose Change.”