Man, if Jaysaun, Ed OG, and Slaine decide to drop an album you can call it game over for the competition! I mean check out what they do over this Teddy Roxpin production! This is probably one of the ills competitions in the game and I can only hope that lightning strikes twice when it comes to an album.
As it is, this is off of Jaysaun’s forthcoming project…and that’s going to be certified ill in it’s own right.
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. Arcitype is on the beat.
The group’s album, To Thine Own Self Be True, is due out on November 4th and is not to be missed.
New single from Slaine’s forthcoming EP, Slaine Is Dead, which is dropping on September 23rd. Pusher, details just that…the life of a neighborhood drug pusher. It’s a short but dope narrative.
Jealousy & Envy is just one of the many dope tracks off of MoSS’ new album, Marching to the Sound of My Own Drum. I love the drums and the horns utilized for this production. And Termanology and Slaine maintain their cool with the haters and detractors to their very own success. Some really nice flows and bars with this music.
Here comes another dope single given the video touch from Termanology’s latest album, Shut Up And Rap, produced by Billy Loman. This track is all about riding in the darkness with the depths of your depravity. Slaine and Artisin each join Term in dropping rhymes from the abyss. Check the album if you have not already.
Madchild and Slaine combine to form the group Supreme Villain for a track that taps on their depravity and anxiety. And who is the perfect person to provide the hook for a song of this nature? None other than the dirty-hook specialist, Rite Hook.
Slaine’s new album, The King Of Everything Else, dropped today and I have to tell you that it’s the best music he’s put out in a while. I really enjoyed listening to each cut and the album as a whole. Bobby Be Real is an excellent joint to feature from the album that is brought to life in this video. TechN9ne and Madchild are invited on the cut to narrate part of Slaine’s nightmare. This is one of the better video productions I have seen in 2014. I strongly suggest that you listen to his album.
Some pretty heavy Beantown representation going on in this track. This is my favorite track off of N.B.S.’ latest album, The Smokefest. It’s very munch an anthem, and even if you aren’t from Boston, you can’t help but get caught up in the vibe of the song.
Rite Hook’s album, From The Wrong, drops on Monday. This is the last single to drop before the arrival of the album, and it’s a doozy. Lu Balz’ production it really effective. It’s not so big that it ‘covers’ the emcees but still knocks. Rite Hook, Vinnie Paz, and Slaine all have had to struggle for what they have and no…that ain’t easy. Lace your boots up and cop the album when it drops in a couple of days.