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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.
Jay Electronica surprised us with his track Letter To Falon. The emcee shared the track as a motivational tool to anyone going through hard times.
Styles P seems to be restarting what he did last summer with the weekly freestyles. Hold the Ghost has the emcee on the Pete Rock instrumental from Pete Rock’s collab album with Smoke DZA.
Danger Mouse enlisted Run the Jewels and Big Boi for Chase Me the title track from the Motion Picture of the same name. There’s nothing but wordsmiths on this one folks.
Kendrick Lamar is on some type of mission but it won’t be clear until after he’s done. This is an example of how to be yourself on any instrumental.
Snoop Dogg dropped an album titled, Neva Left. Snoop is right he never left but to be honest was he really here?
Vince Staples released Big Fish and continues to represent the young West Coast. You can here it in his music and delivery. There’s nothing wrong with doing music that sounds like where your from.
Brother Ali’s latest album, All The Beauty In This Whole Life, finds Ali on his travels across the globe as he shares his experiences through rhyme.
Logic’s is catching a lot of ears with his new album, Everybody. This is supposed to be the emcee’s second to last album but with the waves this project is catching it may not be.
CZARFACE!!! The duo is back with the album, First Weapon Drawn. The album even comes with a book!! Reading is fundamental Hip Hop Heads!
Wale is back and is giving us new life with the album, SHINE. I’m glad to hear Wale back on the mic as he is one of the underestimated emcees in today’s Rap music landscape.
Kill Jill belongs to Big Boi and features Killer Mike and Jeezy. The Atliens are lending their skills to the OG and this is indeed a dope collaboration!
Nappy Roots released Another 40 Akerz as a follow up to The 40 Akerz Project in 2015. The last album was really dope so I expect this album to be just as dope if not more.
When two legendary emcees come together for the sake of Hip Hop it is our duty to out the word out! Talib Kweli and Styles P released a joint project titled The Seven and this collab is a must for your collection.
Raekwon’s project, The Wild, is another consistent project from the Wu Chef. If we don’t support our legends no one else will.