Shabaam Sahdeeq drops another video single from his album, Timeless: of the collection. This time the subject is the art of graffiti and who better to share the mic duties on a track such as this, than El Da Sensei? The two flip lines discussing their love for the art form over a high energy production from Jake Palumbo (who has been killing it lately).
Of note: Sahdeeq directed the video himself.
Here’s the second single from Rock Mecca’s forthcoming project, Ironworld, produced by Jake Palumbo. The track is distinctly different than the first single, Gladiator School. The vibe is a little trippier and spaced out which illustrates some of the diversity that we will hopefully see in the full project. Guest verses come courtesy of Vast Aire, Mach Hommy, and Kool Keith.
Ironworld is due out in December.
You want some fight club music this weekend? Yeah. I’ve got you covered. Rock Mecca and Roc Marciano go all out for the fight over this sublime production from Jake Palumbo.
The production has a lot of depth with a sonic appeal. I love how it varies over the course of the song. It almost feels tailored, especially for the Roc Marciano contribution.
I too am steadily looking forward to the album, Ironworld, which seems M.I.A. I’ve put in a request for some more information as to it’s whereabouts and when I have that, I will pass it on.
I forget what cut I heard Jake Palumbo rock on that made me check for him, but here he is with a new cut/video, Exoskeleton, off of his new album, Jake It Till You Make It. This track is tough featuring heavy hitters Ruste Juxx and Tek. I copped the album but haven’t given it a full listen, but given the strength of this cut and some of his guest shots, I am expecting a win.