Ill Bill gives us a scary musical selection with the release of his video, Be Afraid! featuring emcees Conway and Pharoahe Monch. These eclectic spitters each nail an ill sixteen into the proverbial coffin. The video is on some psychedelic, 50’s cartoon feel which gives the track a ‘fun’ feel if you will.
This is the best cut off of Gorilla Twins (Nems & Ill Bill) album. I love this beat from Stu Bangas and the way Nems and Bill narrate the ups and downs their lives and careers have taken. Any one who partakes in life can feel this track. Definitely check out this album if you have not already!
Ill Bill and producer Sunday set it off by releasing their video single, Warlord. The track pays homage or references the power the warlord possesses through means of fear, intimidation, and violence. The video and the song play out like a movie of sorts while Bill and Sunday deliver on sound and content, with of course hook provided by the master, D.V. Alias Khryst.
Ill Bill has been so consistently dope over the years, and you can expect that streak to continue with his new album dropping on July 26th.
Ill Bill and Stu Bangas have a project dropping this coming Friday, Cannibal Hulk. This is a single from that very project that features longtime collaborator and friend, Goretex. It’s dark, creepy, and maybe even a little sadistic…which is alright with me.
This video from Guerrilla Alliance has been out for a while but I failed to post it and I am trying to rectify that now. The dark production is created by Mac The Rebel with cuts by Tone Spliff. Ill Bill joins the Alliance as they spit bars that reference Iluminati, the Occult, and the Biblical. It’s deep stuff for the enlightened mind.
If you like this cut, you can check out their album, The Dark Rift, out now!
La Coka Nostra (Slaine and Ill Bill) is back with a new album that dropped yesterday, To Thine Own Self Be True. And this is one of many bangers that you will find on the album. The ill lyricism and the production are for everybody, but this video has a darkside about it that maybe your brain shouldn’t wrap itself around. It will take you to a dark place for about three minutes, and it may take a second to get yourself readjusted after watching it.
But do yourself a favor and purchase the album for some unrelenting dope!
La Coka Nostra is back like the horsemen of the apocalypse dropping strife and pestilence through your speakers with their latest single, Waging War. On the track you get dope sixteens from both Ill Bill and Slaine, along with a strong hook from Rite Hook. Arcitypeis on the beat.
In my mind, Junior Makhno, is a top flight producer but sometimes his work might go unnoticed, but here’s an opportunity for you to catch up for the price of FREE. Clandestinityis a compilation of tracks that Makhno has produced over the course of the last few years with well-known, and some lesser-known artists. It’s entirely dope. Listen here if you like!
01. Yesterday (God Frequency)
02. God’s Will (feat. Pace Won)
03. Something Ain’t Right (feat. Nature)
04. Grym Reaper
05. Never Fall
06. Blue Dreaming
07. True-n-Livin’ Nightmares (feat. Reef The Lost Cauze & Sticky Fingaz)
08. Stairway to the Matrix
9. Morpheus Prophecies (feat. Planet Asia)
10. Verbal Checkmate (feat. Killah Priest)
11. Holy Mountain (feat. Sean Price & Stoneface)
12. Secrets of Oz
13. The Cycle (feat. Ill Bill & Trife Diesel)
14. Volcanic Winter (feat. 9th Prince)
15. 7th Odyssey (feat. Timbo King & Killah Priest)
16. Channel Z
17. Zombieland (feat. Diabolic)
18. Marvelous Minds (feat. Big Twins & Big Noyd)
19. Closer to God (feat. Rah Digga)
20. MC Supremacy
21. Second Chance (feat. Stoneface)
23. The Sequel
24. My Brother’s Keeper (feat. Stoneface)
25. Ultimate Spit (feat. Young Zee)
26. Illustrious Vision
I can’t think of an album in recent memory that was this long that maintained this much consistency as does God’s Will from William Cooper. When listening to this album you will notice a cohesiveness you typically don’t associate with a project of this length. In my mind that’s just one of the things that makes this album special. There are so many individual components that contribute to making this album a must listen so let’s take a look at some of those finer points.