Diggin this tune from Chi-town emcee ProbCause. Check it out.
rapper/visual artist ProbCause is ready to unleash the first official single from his forthcoming WAVES EP.
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First single by the legendary Bronx trio and D.I.T.C. affiliates The Legion, taken off their long awaited “The Lost Tapes” album, available worldwide May 20 (CD/EP/cassette/digital) on Ill Adrenaline Records/Legion Records. “Stereo” produced by none other than Buckwild of D.I.T.C. (Jay-Z, 50 Cent, Nas, Jadakiss, Big Pun, AZ, Black Rob, etc.).
Directed by The Legion
Filmed by Eddy Onetake
Edited by Jimmy Giambrone
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New album from Mad Dukes and Fresh Kils. That “Sookie Sookie” joint dope. Check it out.
Step into the lyrically smashing time warp created by Mad Dukez and star-Canadian producer Fresh Kils with their epic debut collaboration, Gettin’ Gatsby. A fusion of 1920s glitz and glamour with 2020s MPC genius, this ten-tracker will have you digging for your spats on your way to the dancefloor.
New visuals from the homie Kap Kallous. Check it out.
There’s nothing easy about the hip-hop hustle. As a matter of fact, the grind’s had Kap Kallous “feelin’ twice [his] age” lately. Which isn’t to say he’s sweating it; on new single I Don’t Mind, premiering in the Booth along with X:144‘s official visuals, the Panhandle State representative assures fans that he’s willing to endure all the stress and strain the game can throw at him, if it means getting his paper up and making his moms proud. Assisting on the guest tip, YMCMB signee Caskey jumps on David Grants‘s brass/guitar boardwork to vent about the unrealistic expectations being placed on his shoulders: “You ask me sh*t like, ‘When is your song gonna drop with Lil Wayne?’ / Like he ain’t on tour, workin’.” Goldie and Jade Lawhon provide some tuneful hook vocals to round out the record. Grandeur is slated to drop independently on Tuesday, June 10. In the meantime, of course, y’all can watch the Booth for the latest singles. – DJBooth.Net
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With his highly-anticipated fourth solo-LP, “PTSD” (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Pharoahe Monch re-emerges with a new concept project which finds the ground-breaking emcee tackling PTSD; a severe anxiety disorder that can develop after exposure to any event that results in psychological trauma. Throughout the duration of the LP, Monch narrates as an independent artist weary from the war against the industry machine and through the struggle of the black male experience in America.