The Society is all about the culture and the music. There is a lot of music that the radio isn’t going to play so we’re sharing some of the music that is for the culture. Remember, your favorite eighties and nineties emcees still make music. Follow us on SOUNDCLOUD for real time updates!
“The Get Down Part 2” is back and so is the soundtrack! The score to the series is dope and it’s good hearing the Get Down Brothers on wax!
Frank Ocean released Biking featuring Jay Z and Tyler the Creator. I’m guessing this is just something to bike to and nothing more.
Ma Dukes released Motor City from her late son, J Dilla. The album features instrumentals from the producer that we have yet to hear until now.
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.
DAMN! Kendrick kept Hip Hop hostage waiting for his latest album. The project does not include The Heart Part IV but HUMBLE did make the cut.
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.
Tech N9ne dropped the Dominion a Strange Music collab album. An album with nothing but Tech rhyming with some of Strange Music’s finest.
Joey BadA$$ released his album, ALL-AMERIKKKAN BADA$$. The project is very focused on the times and the politics of today, great listen!
Freddie Gibbs released his third studio album, You Only Live 2wice. Freddie has been around for a while now and he deserves our attention.
Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony or should we say Krazie Bone and Layzie Bone released the song Coming Home and it features Stephen Marley.
The Cool Kids dropped TV Dinner and this is the duo’s first video since they announced their reunion last Summer.
Raekwon and Ghostface Killah are always a tag team to look out for. This Is What It Comes Too remix gives us that grittiness we love from the WuTang duo.
Raekwon’s project, The Wild, is another consistent project from the Wu Chef. If we don’t support our legends no one else will.
Starlito and Don Trip released Step Brothers Three. Collaborative efforts are always good when two solid emcees come together.