Inspired by Banksy, new track from the homies Swerve & SYG with production provided by Rav.P. Check it out.
This edition of the Sunday Classic comes from one of the most influential groups in history. ‘Straight Outta Compton’ is the title track and lead single from N.W.A’s debut album which dropped in ’88. Straight reppin’ their territory and what comes along with the lives they live there. If you don’t know this track you really must be like 10 or living under a rock… so get familiar, ha! Anyways, happy Easter and 4-20 and whatever… Check it! Peace!
Last one before I take it down. Salute to the homie Allen Poe. Check it out.
The Get Back, is the 1st single from the upcoming EP (to be titled) between Basement Up and Jay Elly, representing Frankfort and Lexington KY, respectively. Allen Poe takes the 1st verse, Jay Elly the 2nd and Phorensicz 3rd. All 3 MCs contribute to the hook, flipping bars back and forth. This Audible Doctor produced track sets the tone for the rest of the EP to roll later this summer.
Diggin this from the homie Pete Sayke. Check it out.
With the second leak from their debut collaborative album, Forever, emcee Pete Sayke and producer ThatKidMyself enlist the support of Kansan soul singer, Brail, and Chicago’s own Neak and Slot-A to bring you Hell on a Highway. Accompanied by ThatKidMyself’s soulful backdrop, each artist paints his portrait of personal struggle, societal ills and learning to survive amid the chaos.
Shabaam Sahdeeq releases his new album Keepers of The Lost Art next Tuesday and in anticipation drops a new single, the bonus track, off the new project. Check it out.
“Back in the late-’90s, the Brooklyn-based Shabaam Sahdeeq and DJ Spinna formed something of an impromptu duo: Tracks like the Rawkus-released “5 Star Generals” showcased Shabaam’s studied flow allied to Spinna’s signature space-funk production. It’s a winning chemistry that’s back in effect with “Do You,” a bonus cut from S-Dub’s new Keepers of the Lost Art album (out April 22nd)…” – Village Voice
Never disappointed by a Chris Crack, Tree collab. Check it out.
Today we drop the single off the 1st installment of the forementioned #Soultrap series projects produced by TREE with #treeswag. Joined by fellow Chicagoan and New Deal Crew representative Chris Crack as the anchorman on cuts you can expect big things upon arrival