DJ Shadow dropped his new double album "Our Pathetic Age" last Friday (November 15).
The project, which is divided into two parts, features a total of 26 tracks and includes contributions from Run The Jewels, De La Soul, Pharoahe Monch, Nas, Pusha T, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah and Inspectah Deck, among others.
Ahead of its release, the seasoned turntablist/producer shared "Rocket Fuel" featuring De La's Pos, Dave and Maseo.
Check it out below and find the album on all streaming platforms.
Veteran rapper Blu and longtime producer Fat Jack have linked up for a new EP called "Underground Makes The World Go Round."
Released through Self Jupiter's The Order Label, the project boasts features from Los Angeles underground Hip Hop staples Myka 9, Abstract Rude and Medusa, among others.
“Blu shows his love for his city and his hometown heroes Freestyle Fellowship on this album,” Self Jupiter recently told HipHopDX. “He gives them their flowers now and history lessons on how he as an MC first heard of Aceyalone, Myka 9, Peace and me — better known as known as the Freestyle Fellowship. DJ Fat Jack delivers the perfect backdrop for this congratulatory ode.”
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Danny Brown has recruited Killer Mike and El-P of Run The Jewels for his new single, "3 Tearz."
The track is taken from the Detroit rapper's upcoming "uknowhatimsayin¿" album and boasts production from JPEGMAFIA. It follows the previously released singles "Dirty Laundry" and "Best Life."
"uknowhatimsayin¿" is executive produced by A Tribe Called Quest's de facto leader Q-Tip and arrives on Friday (October 4).
Until then, check out "3 Tearz" below.
DJ Premier has evidently been sitting on a monumental secret for some time now. Last week, the veteran producer shared an Instagram post alluding to a new Gang Starr album.
Shortly after the announcement, Preemo unveiled "Family & Loyalty" featuring unreleased vocals from the late Guru and a fresh batch from J. Cole.
Considering Premier's Instagram post included Nas, it's safe to say there's more Gang Starr material on the horizon.
Until then, listen to "Family & Loyalty" below.
DMX walked out of a West Virginia state prison on January 25 after serving almost a year for tax evasion.
During a recent interview with Angie Martinez, Swizz Beatz — who just collaborated on "Just In Case" with X and Rick Ross from "The Godfather Of Harlem" soundtrack — revealed X is back on Def Jam Recordings.
“Certain people, I gotta cross the water,” he says around the 15-minute mark. “I’m like, damn. It’s raining out; I ain’t even bring my raincoat—but we gotta go. X is one of them [people].”
"I know who he really is. It’s a difference, if he was what people probably kinda think he is—maybe a bad person, maybe this, maybe that. I know [DMX]. Like, we slept on floors together. Right? So just making that, alone with him, is an honorRead more
Doomtree side project Shredders — P.O.S, Lazerbeak, Sims and Paper Tiger — have dropped their sophomore album "Great Hits."
Ahead of the release, the Minneapolis-based group shared three singles from the project, including "Vanilla ISIS" and "Suburban Base."
Boasting severn cuts, "Great Hits" is full of unbridled energy and carries on Shredders' philosophy of delivering nothing but bangers.
"Great Hits" follow Shredders' inaugural album "Dangerous Jumps," which was released in 2017.
Check out "Suburban Base" below.