Roc enlists Mega to trade verses over his self produced heater.
Over a piano laced track, Term gets some lyrical exercise off, aided by a Jeru The Damaja Statik Selektah chopped hook.
Termanology brings along Grafh, Ea$y and Masspike for a cake run on this mean cut from Hood Politics 7 which drops today. Produced by La Musica De Harry Fraud.
Over a haunting organ riff, AG puts on for the city that never sleeps with his homage to the NYC music scene.
The title says it all. Term brings along Ea$y and Nitty to assault your cranium with witty wordplay on the first shot off his DJ Deadeye hosted Hood Politics 7 mixtape out April 5th.
Mafia connects with the Ghost and Uncle M as they go back to the 90s, dropping hard body bars over Royal Flush’s “Iced Down Medallions” track.
A-Mafia ft Uncle Murda + Styles P – Cuban Connection DOWNLOAD
Quick backstory: I’m chilling in the crib one night and the wife tells me some cats are filming a video across the street from us. The song sounded dope, so I go outside, connect with this unsigned artist named Mickey Da Kid. A few days later he sends me the debut video for the song I heard that night. Peep “Want The World To See,” grab the mp3 attached and also check out his mixtape hosted by DJ Superstar Jay, From Crayons To Crowns.
Mickey Da Kid – “Want The World To See” DOWNLOAD MP3
I was just saying the other day that Ghostface would sound perfect over Adrian Younge’s compositions. Apparently they agreed as they present the first single off their upcoming collabo “Twelve Reasons To Die,” album due out April 16th. Sick.
Realm Reality’s In The Grind We Trust doesn’t drop until Feb 12th, but here’s a banger to hold you over featuring some illustrious spitters in Roc Marciano, Ag Da Coroner & Termanology.
The first entry from Skyzoo’s new “Band Practice” series is a display of a superior pengame. And we’re getting joints like these every Tuesday. Dope.
On Tuesday, February 19th, Skyzoo will present his LIVE Jazz concert experience ‘The Writings of Skyzoo’ at Harlem’s new hotspot MIST Harlem. As we lead up to his performance, Sky will be releasing an exclusive freestyle over a Jazz composition every Tuesday as a part of his ‘Band Practice’ series, beginning with today’s installment ‘Phone Calls’.
‘The Writings of Skyzoo’ will occur Tuesday, February 19th, 2013 at MIST Harlem and will be hosted by Power 105.1′s Angela Yee. Skyzoo will be performing select songs from his extensive catalog alongside a 7-piece band, featuring Keyboardist Aaron Hardin (En Vogue, Pusha T, Eric Roberson), Grammy nominated singer/songwriter Jessy Wilson (John Legend, Keyshia Cole, Fantasia, Ledisi), R&B sensation Chris Turner (Esperanza Spalding, Bilal), Drummer Steve Mckie (Bilal, Robert Glasper, Vivian Green) and more.
Tickets are on sale now at www.MISTHarlem.com. Presented by MIST Harlem, The High End Agency, Middle Ground Arts and Steel Magnolia Group.
Skyzoo “Phone Calls” LINK
Progress rounds up some of his fellow Murda Mass rhyme sayers to drop some heavy bars on his new track
Tracey Lee walks right out of the 90′s time machine and sounds like he hasn’t missed a step on his new joint. One of the select few rappers who made real songs with Big, not no made up shits.
Aisling Peartree lets you know she ain’t for the BS as she soulfully gets her message across over a sick Termanology and Moose produced track.
This is crazy. Araab provides Mafia an ill sound bed for him to talk that shit on. From the forthcoming mixtape “Straight Savage” hosted by Big Mike & DJ Kay Slay.
A-Mafia “Correct Me If I’m Wrong” (Prod by Araab Muzik) LINK
Loso still loves this rap shit although NY is sometimes guilty of not showing him the appropiate love back. He’s always been one of NY’s finest and this joint from his forthcoming Soul Tape 2 is the evidence.
Fabolous “For The Love” LINK
Nottz Raw hooks up with some of his West Coast brethen to drop some knowledge over his production on this street banger.
Fame is about that life on his self produced track from the upcoming “Fizzyology” album, a joint collaboration with him and Termanology. Fame has gotten pretty dope as a producer and you can hear the DJ Premier influence on this track. Fizzyology drops on November 6th and will feature production from DJ Premier, The Alchemist, Statik Selektah and J Waxx.
The Brooklyn MC serves up a joint from his forthcoming A Dream Deferred album, featuring his slick bars over !llmind’s “boom-trap” sound. Deferred drops October 2nd and you can pre-order it HERE.
Who better to jump on Miguel’s seductive track “Adorn” than Grafh? Joint was perfect for him and he comes through with smooth bars that compliment the track.
Miguel ft Grafh “Adorn Remix” LINK
“Big died, Pun died, L died, I cried/y’all ain’t do nothing but dick ride on the other side”
A pissed off Ag Da Coroner vents (and makes valid points) over a ridiculous Arab Music track. Many valid points were made on this banger, listen up NYC.