Here's the final leak off Mike's new LP, "Ransom 2", which is set to drop tomorrow.
KAMI hits us with the Papi Beatz-laced "Meryl Streep". Check it out below.
Ca$h Out liberates a new cut called "Top Shotta". It is produced by Yung Lan and Bankhead and serves as the first single from his upcoming "Different" mixtape.
Stream or download below.
New Jay Dot Rain, produced by K Swisha. Press play below.
This will land on Lou's "001: Experiments" project, coming soon.
Sean Garrett shares a new song, titled "Do What You Say". Hear it below.
On his brand-new banger “Alone,” King Magnetic trades fiery verses with two living rap legends, Slug (of Atmosphere) and Masta Ace, over hard-hitting production from Khrysis. Making the cipher complete is Queens’ own DJ Eclipse, who provides the slick scratches on the hook.
The release of “Alone” follows two other heaters off Mag’s upcoming album, 'Everything Happens 4 A Reason': the symphonic slapper, “I’ll Show You” featuring Cappadonna and Dink, and the project’s inaugural leak, “Cash 4 Catastrophe” which was accompanied with a video: youtu.be/s_IqXSFglAs
Just as fans enjoyed the real-talk of “Cash,” we’re treated to Hip-Hop in its purest form on “Alone.” Of course, we have King Mag and his teeth-gritting bars to thank for that, in addition to the always-sharp rhymes of his guests. Slug and Ace are the type of elder-rap statesmen who haven’t once lost a step in their decades-long careers, whether they’re talking their sh*t or serving up wisdom.
The two provide a fine offering of both on “Alone” alongside King Mag, who in addition to his upcoming album is getting ready to hit the road soon. He’ll be touring alongside Wu-Tang Clan heavyweight Cappadonna, and up-and-comer Recognize Ali.
“Alone” can now be played through all major streaming outlets, and is available for download as the third and final instant grat track off the iTunes pre-order for EH4AR, which drops next Friday (3/31) through all major digital retailers and streaming platforms via King Mag Music.
Emcee Blame One hooks up with the production of Harry Apollo and live instrumentation of JonJ to create a raw hip hop EP under the group name Big Block Silvers. All songs recorded in Oceanside, CA.
Watch the music video for "Crime In The City" after the break.