Listen to the refreshing debut here:
Sean Price sadly passed away on August 8th, 2015. He was 1/2 of Heltah Skeltah, 1/8 of Boot Camp Clik and developed a cult-like following with his trio of solo album releases starting in 2005.
The Sean P legacy continues with the highly anticipated posthumous release of his 4th studio album, “Imperius Rex”.
At 16 tracks, the album features guest appearances from MF DOOM, Prodigy, Styles P, Wu-Tang Clan, Junior Reid, Freeway, Smif N Wessun, his partner in rhyme Rock, his wife Bernadette Price and more. With production from the likes of Alchemist, Harry Fraud and Nottz, among others.
Watch the video for the title track and stream the entire LP here:
Kirk Knight returns with his second release this year, this time rapping with fellow Pro Era member Nyck Caution.
Production is mostly handled by Kirk, and as far as lyrics go, the Brooklyn natives both brought their A-game for this 8-track EP.
Watch the video for “All Night” and stream the EP below:
If you’re into hip-hop, you’ve probably heard of the A$AP Mob by now.
With A$AP Rocky and A$AP Ferg being the “stars” of the crew, it’s time to formally introduce one of the lesser known members: A$AP Twelvyy.
The Bronx native just released his debut album, simply called “12”. And if you’re a fan of both, traditional New York hip-hop and the Mob‘s modern soundscape, then you should give this album a spin asap (pun intended).
12 tracks (+ 2 skits), no fillers, featuring his A$AP clique, Joey Bada$$ and the Flatbush Zombies.
Check out the video for “Strapped” and stream the entire album here:
You enjoyed RJ‘s album a couple of weeks ago? Then this is definitely for you…
Listen to the entire album here:
Meet West Coast MC Niqle Nut.
Although relatively unknown to most, the Inglewood native’s been doing his thing for a hot minute now. After signing with Crooked I‘s Treacherous COB label in 2013, Niqle dropped his debut album in 2014 and stayed on his independent grind ever since.
Now he linked up with up-and-coming Melbourne producer Keanu Beats (who produced Migos‘ “What The Price”) for a quickstrike EP called “Cinqo”.
Stream the 5-track EP below:
ATL’s Young Scooter crowns himself “Jugg King” on his new album.
The Future affiliate is all about the trap life: whippin’ Arm & Hammer baking soda, slangin’ bricks, stashin’ racks, ballin’ and so on.
Enjoy some brilliant ignorance featuring the aforementioned Future, Young Thug, Meek Mill, Young Dolph and more below:
Why rioting when you can make a strong statement through the power of music?
That’s what Hamburg producer Farhot decided to do.
Released on the G20 summit weekend, this beat compilation called “20 Gs (No Borders)” hosts 20 of Germany’s finest producers.
All proceeds of this compilation will go to a charity foundation that is building a school in Kabul, Afghanistan (Farhot‘s birthplace).
And as if that wasn’t even enough, YOU also get a chance to win in a major way: Just buy the compilation, pick a beat, record over it and send the final song to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline’s August 4th. The best song wins a proper digital release thru Farhot’s Kabul Fire imprint.
For all of you non-rappers, enjoy the instrumentals below:
Bacc with a smash!
Compton O.G. MC Eiht finally drops his first studio album in over a decade, executively produced by the legendary DJ Premier. And please believe it’s just as good as it sounds! Top notch productions meet finest West Coast gangsta lyricism.
15 tracks featuring fellow West Coast legends WC, The Lady Of Rage, B-Real of Cypress Hill, Kurupt, Xzibit and more.