Nature & BP – Stop Frontin (Video)

New video up for Nature and producer BP, Stop Frontin.  Really just got word that the project, Laws Of Nature, was a reality when it hit the digital shelves but I didn’t waste any time picking up.  As emcee and producer are known and dope commodities in the hip hop game.  Nature has been dropping dope bars for decades and BP has been buzzing with some stellar production (previous to this with the likes of Tragedy Khadafi).

Can’t wait to check this album out in its entirety.   This song is certainly nice!

William Cooper – Something Ain’t Right (ft. Nature) (Produced by BP)(Video)

A new and insightful single from William Cooper’s album,  God’s Will.  The emceeing, featuring Nature, and production from BP, are dope, but the message here is what needs to get through.

What Cooper is trying to get people to take notice of is that the  Patriot Act is an abuse of power that can effect anyone. No one is immune from it’s abuses.  You may be safe now, but one day you may not be able to say that.

Single You Out: Nature – Give It To ‘Em (ft. JOHN JIGG$ & Tragedy) (Produced By BP)

This is the first single off of Nature’s forthcoming album, Target Practice.  The production comes from BP and als features guest flows from JOHN JIGG$ and Tragedy.

Let it be known, there is no hesitation with these flows!  You are about to get that street shit delivered right to your door. Recognize!

Stoneface – Calico Audio (ft. Freeway) (Video)

Stoneface brings you the latest single from his forthcoming album, The Stone Age, in video format.  For this single he connects with rhyme veteran Freeway to conduct a cross town caper that includes an assortment of bars to body the listener.  Production is handled by BP.

The album does not as of yet have a release date other than stating…very soon.  So keep a look out.

9th Prince – California Dreaming (ft. Ras Kass) (Video)

9th Prince links up with Left Coast icon, Ras Kass for his new single, California Dreaming.  It’s a definite hip hop lyricist’s take on an old rock classic.   The transition by producer BP was on point.  It maintained enough of the original elements of the song while making the neck snaps with those drums.  This is a single off of 9th Prince’s soon to be released album, Shaolin Prince.