“A Long Hot Summer” is the fifth solo album of Masta Ace. The album is about Masta Ace’s journey as an underground rapper through his “Long Hot Summer” in Brooklyn, together with his unofficial manager Fats Belvedere. This album includes fan favorites such as “Good Ol Love”, “Da Grind”, “Beautiful”, “Bklyn Masala” and
“Planet of the Gods” is the latest album from Wu-Tang Clan affiliate and Sunz of Man member Killah Priest. The album is fully produced by Dutch production crew Godz Wrath (Jordan River Banks, Black Marvel and Ciph Barker) with co-production from Kombo, Def Buurmen and Basrabas. It is set to be released on June
So while Maryland hip-hop artist Kaimbr’s new album isn’t surprising, it’s still a nice tribute to Low Budget’s influences. On Bronze Horse, he reconstructs various Wu samples into his own collage of
muffled riffs, some of which you’ll recognize quickly if you’ve followed the clan. And while Kaimbr pulls graciously from the group, Bronze Horse
The working man’s rapper, Supastition, returns with another solid album jam-packed with meaty beats and direct rhymes that he is claiming as “Gold Standard”.
The working man’s rapper, Supastition, returns with another solid album jam-packed with meaty beats and direct rhymes that he is claiming as “Gold Standard”. It’s an apt title, as not only is Supastition a reliable emcee who regularly delivers quality Hip-Hop music, he’s an artist who knows his strengths and boundaries. While some
Matter Ov Fact and EP flex their lyrical wit throughout (“Got a bitch built like a brick shithouse.”)
The Doppelgangaz, a.k.a. Matter OV Fact and EP, a.k.a. that rap group that always wears cloaks, released their latest body of work, Parts Unknown, via a premiere with DJbooth. Parts Unknown is their most progressive and forward thinking release to date; A free release as well that will allow for fellow sharks in Shark Nation
Twelve Reasons to Die II may be a Ghostface Killah album, but fellow Wu-Tang Clan affiliate Raekwon gives reliably solid turns on five of the 13 songs. The Chef’s gruesome lyrics on early track “Return Of The Savage,” are complemented by that tune’s sudden organ note jabs, along with Ghost’s spirited but simplistic chorus chanting and his competent,
The Alchemist and Oh No Present: Welcome to Los Santos, a genre-spanning collection of new music for Grand Theft Auto V, a full standalone album release on April 21st from Mass Appeal Records.
Welcome to Los Santos features fresh tracks inspired by GTAV’s original score, composed by The Alchemist and Oh No in partnership with
A.O.T.P.’s Reef The Lost Cauze and King Syze put their heads together and releasing the album “Year of the Hyenas”. Included are the A.O.T.P. homies Crypt The Warchild, Esoteric and Doap Nixon. Skammadix, C-Lance, Snowgoons and Grim Reaperz coming with heavy beats and brings back that good old Jedi Mind Tricks feeling. Reef The Lost
In the early 1990s, a dark force began to rise in Los Angeles, fueled by classic ’80s New York boom-bap and equally inspired by evil-tinged rock groups from the 1970s, like Black Sabbath. Just like that era of Los Angeles itself, pre-Riots and pre-The Chronic, Cypress Hill – producer and DJ Muggs with main MC
“Lucky 7 is gonna be my last compilation album in the style that I have been doing the last 7 albums. Of course I will continue to do collabo projects & work on other peoples albums, I just grew tired of doing the same thing over & over. I put this one together in under