New Music

The Society is all about the culture and the music. There is a lot of music that the radio doesn’t play so this is just some of what’s out there, Follow us on SOUNDCLOUD!


Action Bronson sampled The Fat Boys’ The Fat Boys Are Back for his new joint, Let Me Breathe. We’re surprised he hasn’t sampled them sooner.


Joey Bada$$ linked up with Statik Selektah for three tracks; 500 Benz, Love is Only A Feeling, & Too Lit. Sounds like Statik and Joey are cooking up for a release!


Nef the Pharaoh definitely deserves our attention as the young emcee recently dropped Create A Wave. He dropped his album about 2 months ago and is already giving us something new.


Rapsody is releasing a song every Friday in July as she prepares to showcase her skills on stage at this year’s Made In America Music Festival. The Pain is the first of more to come!


Statik Selektah is one of those DJ/producers that stays busy! Man of The Hour features Wiz Khalifa and 2 Chainz.


Lil Wayne dropped a few freestyles and titled it In Tune We Trust. Even thought it’s only four songs this makes me think “mixtape Weezy” is still out there!


Jay Z released his highly anticipated 13th studio album, 4:44. What more can I say?


It’s summer time and real emcees are out here spitting that heat! Royce 5’9″ dropped some freestyles that some “rappers” need to study. THE BAR EXAM 4 is just that!


Vince Staples released his latest studio album titled, The Big Fish Theory. Vince’s west coast roots always comes through in his rhymes and it’s dope to hear an artist that sounds like where they’re from.


Meek Mill has been constantly involved in something but I hope this new song, Young Black Americans, is a sign of what’s to come.


Big Boi released a new solo project, BOOMIVERSE. Big Boi is still a dope lyricist and the tracks that I’ve heard had us waiting in anticipation for this album!


Ice Cube re-released his classic album Death Certificate in celebration of the projects 25th year. The album includes the classics as well as some poignant new tracks. Ice Cube is the epitome of underrated emcees.