It’s 2017, and Too $hort is still, to borrow a phrase from Uncle Luke, nasty as he wants to be. Check out the raunchy track and visual “Sloppy Second Leftovers”, from DJ Funky’s Underground Hype 2 project.
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Problem rolls out another record from the upcoming Chachiville project, the JB Minor and Terrace Martin-produced “Moneeey” featuring C-Less & LT, aka The Homegirls. This goes in a different direction that the far more aggressive teaser tracks he dropped last week.
Aaron Cohen and his Inner City Kids brethren, the always on point Kemal, connect for a new one called “Cake Up”, off the upcoming New Grunge City project.
Oh No and Tristate have already shared a couple of bangers from their new joint project 3 Dimensional Prescriptions, but here’s your chance to absorb the whole project. Featuring appearances from, but not limited to, Planet Asia, Hus Kingpin, Westside Gunn, Lyric Jones Evidence and Oh No’s partner in Gangrene Alchemist, the 14-track album is available to stream below and purchase now over at Bandcamp.
The always on-point Mach Hommy is the latest MC tapped by Alchemist for his Craft Singles series. Check out the newly released banger “Brand Name” below and go here to order the limited edition 45. This will also serve as the first single from the Griselda affiliate’s new project, 5 0 Clock Shadow coming soon.
Chase N. Cashe and Jansport J share “Remind Me” featuring Negus, the Mary J. Blige inspired lead single off their upcoming The Black Jesus project.
On the somewhat deceptively titled “High For Hours”, J. Cole addresses a number of social issues and relates his story of meeting president Obama. It’s a timely drop, this being MLK Day and all. Produced by Elite and Cam O’bi.
Your Old Droog sets off the campaign for his next project with the amazingly titled “Gotta Kill A Cop”. The new album Packs is due on March 17th and features guest appearances from Danny Brown, Heems, Chris Crack, Alchemist, Wiki and comedian Anthony Jeselnik.