Here’s another tough track from Vinnie Paz’s album, The Pain Collector. The track is co-produced by C-Lance and Rob Viktum. Paz is constantly giving you the real and we would expect nothing less….he delivers just that here.
Recognize Ali links up with Vinnie Paz to exchange sixteens over a banger from B-Sun. I really enjoy the guitar sample used by B-Sun on this track, and DJ TMB really adds some excellent scratching to the joint. And let’s face it, Ali has become one of the preeminent names in hip-hop, while Paz just shows he’s only getting better with his now legendary grind. Excellent hip-hop.
New project, Recognition, is coming…when…I know not.
I am a little late on this one but it seems appropriate to share these amazing visuals and superlative story in the form of Marciano’s Reign, which can be found off of Jedi Mind Tricks’ latest album, The Bridge and The Abyss which just dropped yesterday!
It’s a coming of age story done with artistic perfection.
The latest single from Jedi Mind Tricks’ forthcoming release, The Bridge & The Abyss could be their best yet. Stoupe’s piano laced rhythm provides that dark landscape for Vinnie Paz to lace tailor-made hard bars for the occasion.
This album is shaping up to be among the hardest of the year. Every track has been hella tough.
New Jedi Mind Tricks album is coming our way on June 22nd and best believe it will be one of the most anticipated albums of 2018. No one in independent hip hop has quite the following as does Vinnie Paz and Stoupe. They’ve been rocking it for two (or nearly two) decades…delivering lauded production and hard -hitting lyricism. The recipe hasn’t changed as you can tell from their single here, San La Muerte. Vinnie is keeping funeral homes filled over a Stoupe banger.
I’ve gone through the album once and it may even be better than the original, but you should be the one left to decide.
Vinnie Paz lets loose another video from his solo project from last year, The Cornerstone Of The Corner Store. Vinnie is narrating on the evil than men do for the sake of the dollar and the control it has over people. The track also features a gritty hook from Eamon and production from C-Lance.
Hopefully you have already checked the album, if not, go check it out now.
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. Clandestinity is 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!