Archive for the 'Instrumentals' Category
On the new Ludacris album, Just Blaze flipped Michael Jackson’s “Human Nature” for the track “This Has Been My World”, and late last night he decided to liberate the full, nearly 7-minute instrumental. This shit is quite epic.
Had some fun. Something to ride down the FDR to on a late night with the top down, reflecting on life.. like Rocky in that one scene after Apollo died. Word.
My outros have outros.
I like to deal with #factsonly and the fact is, our friend Tree could have never picked up the mic as an MC and it’s a safe bet that he would’ve still made a name for himself with his production acumen. Today Mishka presents #TreeStrumentals compilation, a collection of some of Tree’s best #SoulTrap productions from albums such as TreeSwag, SoulMoney and the recently released Trap Genius.
Stream and download below and if you’re in Chicago, catch the big homie at the upcoming FSD x Red Bull Sound Select event at Reggie’s on the 16th.
Harry Fraud has collected a number of standout instrumentals that he has created for artists such as Curren$y, Wiz Khalifa, Smoke DZA, Flatbush Zombies, Action Bronson, French Montana and others into the new Blue/Green EP. The tape also includes a brand new cut called Skye Right featuring the Sharks.
Stream in full below.
Nearly 15 years after releasing the first installment, Pete Rock has officially announced the upcoming follow up to his 2001 Petestrumentals album. Check out the first release, “One, Two, A Few More” below and look for Petestrumentals 2 to drop June 23rd on Mello Music Group. Pete told FADER he originally recorded this way back in 1995.
We joined Pete in his studio back in 2013 to profile him for our In The Lab series, check that out here if you haven’t already.
Pre-order the album on iTunes now.
Previously: Diamond D ft. Pete Rock – Only Way 2 Go (Video)
El RTNC, the beat mastermind behind Your Old Droog’s debut EP and then the extended follow up LP, just liberated all of the instrumentals from the album. All of those bangers that helped introduce Droog to the world are here: “Nutty Bars”, “Bad To The Bone”, “Loosey In The Store With Pennies”, “Gunsmoke Cologne”, plus the later remixes.
Stream below and please keep your freestyles to yourself unless you’re bodying shit.
The criminally underrated Khrysis delivers a 21-track compilation of some of his standout beats from the past couple of years. Most of the tracks appear to have be renamed for this collection, but trust, there are some slappers on this.
Stream in full below and head over to DJBooth to purchase.