Almighty (Canibus, Bronze Nazareth, M-Eighty & Nino Graye) ft. Kool G. Rap – F.A.M.

Supergroup The Almighty’s The 2nd Coming is available for purchase now. The project features guest spots from Crooked I, Busta Rhymes, Kurupt, Chino XL, Vinnie Paz and many others.

Listen to “F.A.M.” below, then hit the jump for the video for “Good Life” featuring Cappadonna, P. Dinero & Nino Graye.

Previously: Almighty (Canibus, Bronze Nazareth, Cappadonna) ft. Busta Rhymes & Block McCloud – American Dream (Remix)


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14 Responses to “Almighty (Canibus, Bronze Nazareth, M-Eighty & Nino Graye) ft. Kool G. Rap – F.A.M.”

  1. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    but the grimey niggas from the bricks introduced 40 bellows Nautica snorkles and mad white T’s fashionable.

    > lolololo name the high profile jersey rap artist that pioneered this, now! smh.

    the type jus to type gang is forming.

  2. TS-LTE Says:

    Worldstar, Nah, Rapradar, , xxl, vlad tv, all hip hop

    biggest websites in the game all have one thing in common

    ^

    Yeah.

    Reporting what’s hot.

    And ironically, it’s nothing in New York.

    New York is like a broken record. “I used to, I used to, I used to…”

    Just keep skipping.

  3. TS-LTE Says:

    Hey guys, I get so angry over this!

    I mean, you guys still got the Yankees, right?

    How bout them Mets!

  4. TS-LTE Says:

    Don’t get*

  5. Gob Bluth Says:

    Who the Chi got tho ??

    keef ?

    Ye ?

    NY >> Chicago not even close

  6. ApeLincoln Says:

    Boycott this album.

  7. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    New York is like a broken record. “I used to, I used to, I used to…”

    Just keep skipping.

    > damn.

    it’s true tho. most these obscure nyc artist that nah post are like glimpses into golden era past.

    you don’t see many nyc SNs commenting like; ‘oh they from the city? lemme see whas good…show support.’

    what you actually see from nyc/NJ SNs regarding new nyc rappers;
    ”fuckboy hour! eskay post that new lupe/jay electronica!” lol

  8. TS-LTE Says:

    Who the Chi got tho ??

    ^

    Lmao. I didn’t say we had anyone. I didn’t start this argument with “Chi = Hip Hop” now, did I?

    I’m logical enough to know that one state don’t control an entire culture.

    What you’re saying is the equivalent of “The Middle East = Islam”.

    That’s just absurd.

  9. cOLD Says:

    breakdancing or instance… spawned a whole culture of dance that is still prevelant today.

    they have movies
    schools

    lets not get crazy people. NY hip hop culture laid the seeds for all that’s happening today. Why for front on it?

  10. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Rep yooooooo ciiiittttttyyyyyyyy
    -lil jon

  11. Gob Bluth Says:

    TS-LTE Says:

    ^

    The way i see it we could break it down state to state & NY would still come out on top

    Atl may have more rappers that are “popping” whatever that means but overall we contribute & still sell more

    Fashion, Media , Music , Sales

    NY = Hip Hop

  12. TS-LTE Says:

    what you actually see from nyc/NJ SNs regarding new nyc rappers;
    ”fuckboy hour! eskay post that new lupe/jay electronica!” lol

    ^

    This.

    They abuse their own day in and day out and only go into defense mode when it’s convenient.

    Truth be told, I don’t even know if most the New York SN’s even check for their city anymore. Or the actual trend they started. That boom Bap. They always say “boom Bap rap <<<<<"

    Lmao. Crazy shit man.

  13. cOLD Says:

    i think it’s agreed upon that NY in the present state sucks

    … but that doesnt mean we should discount the importance of how it birthed a culture.

    talking down on NY is the equivalent of back talking pops.

  14. ApeLincoln Says:

    Word to what Cold said

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