Shallah is back with another dish and serves up it with a side of Mic Geronimo and The Kid Daytona. Produced by Roads Art. Gobble Gobble!
“Kendrick Lamar is just a weirdo rapper…” Shots fired. Over a haunting sound bed, Troy Ave and few good vets rep the Empire State on the title track of his upcoming project.
Vado and Raekwon pickup where G Rap and Nas left off for their new viral experience. Make it happen and download Slime Flu 4 here
Alongside a band in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen, Raekwon keeps it grown and sexy with Estelle in his new video off his forthcoming F.I.L.A.. Go ‘head and two-step.
Raekwon has already began production for the video to accompany his latest single. Before the final product premieres, here’s a first look with Rae and Estelle explaining the concept. F.I.L.A. coming soon.
Wu-Tang producer and DJ Mathematics saddles up a few members of the Wu and rolls out the latest offering from his album, The Answer. The project arrives in full on July 25. Bonus: U-God’s new track off his album, Keynote Speaker on July 23.
All three respectively murder this Alchemist beat. Taken off of Prodigy’s solo set, Albert Einstein drops next Tuesday. Pre-order yours here.
Over the soothing vocals provided Melanie Fiona, Shallah serves up the first round of music from his forthcoming F.I.L.A. album. hhnm
September will mark 15 years since Fat Joe rocked alongside Big Pun, Jadakiss, Nas and Raekwon on “John Blaze”. The All-Star collabo appeared on Joe’s third album, Don Cartagena. In a conversation with Revolt, Rae talks about their chemistry and how the song came together.
These may be your usual suspects, but nonetheless, Tony Toca gathers these 4 MCs for his Piecemaker 3: The Return Of The 50 MCs on July 9. Produced by himself and Beatnuts’ Psycho Les. Cop the track here.