Legendary Wu-Tang MC Raekwon drops his new solo album called “The Wild”.
With his last album “Fly International Luxurious Art” aiming for the masses, with prominent guest appearances and modern production, Rae‘s taking it back to the raw NY sound this time round. Unfortunately no Wu features though, nevertheless it’s still a great record; 16 tracks featuring Cee-Lo Green, Lil Wayne, and G-Eazy.
Peep the video for “This Is What It Comes Too” and stream the whole album below:
As part of Jimmy Kimmel‘s Mashup Mondays series, Ice-T and T.I. joined forces to form Ice-T.I..
Ice-T would perform his 1991 single “O.G. (Original Gangster)” over the instrumental to T.I.‘s 2004 hit “Bring ‘Em Out”, while TIP would do his song over Ice‘s instrumental.
Watch the amazing outcome below:
Maybach Empire Bawse Rick Ross delivers his ninth studio album, “Rather You Than Me”.
Blending soulful instrumentals and trap bangers, the 14-track album features guest appearances from comedian Chris Rock, Yo Gotti, Young Jeezy, Gucci Mane, Nas, among others, and also includes the Birdman diss song “Idols Become Rivals”.
Watch the new visual for Rozay‘s latest single “Trap Trap Trap”, and stream the entire album below:
French producer Onra brings his critically acclaimed “Chinoiseries” to a close.
Using the style of analogue MPC production combined with the somewhat restrictive record sampling of strictly Chinese records, he’s been able to be creative over three volumes, an amount of 100 instrumentals, despite the challenge of finding more obviously standout samples in Chinese music.
Onra finishes this epic trilogy with class as a result of extended record digging across the Far East and the producer’s own development over the last 10 years.
Check out the 32 succinct intrumentals below:
Athletixx DJ collective co-founder Promnite is bringing the love back to club music, mixing hip-hop, R&B and house elements on his new “Snake Charmer” project.
In his own words, the producer describes the EP as
“a narrative of emotion. To me, it marks of a specific time and place in my life and how I felt about certain situations. All four tracks are a bit less of what I’ve been known for which is either club music or beats, but more it flows more like a conscious canvas put together by the features on the record [Denzel Curry, LaDonnis, among others]. Songs like “Gunsmoke” may hit close to home while others like “Cruise’n USA” may make you want to jump up and have fun.”
Stream the 4-track EP (+ instrumentals) below:
Meet Los Angeles-based duo THEY.
The pair has just released their debut album, “Nü Religion: Hyena”, a heavy-hitting 14-track album with absolutely no boundaries, blending all kinds of different genres such as R&B, hip-hop, pop and rock.
Check out the video for their breakout single, “What You Want”, and stream the entire album below: