Wordsworth links up with The Last Emperor for the single, Hero, off of the forthcoming album, Our World Today. The album is Wordsworth’s collaboration with producer Sam Brown. This track musically sounds like a blend of 80s electronica and boom bap hip hop. There’s just something unique about the pulsing synth when combine with the sample that’s being used in the chorus. And who better for Wordsworth to team up with with for a track like this other than The Last Emp who is known for his Secret Wars cuts from the early 2000s?
Album dropping August 11th.
Here’s a dope track from EMC’s latest album, The Tonite Show. Remarkable things happen when you combine these lyrical talents with a Diamond D production. The video was filmed in Brazil and the album can be found in stores now. Get on that.
I have already talked about the song itself. The video is pretty straight forward. It’s four incredibly talented emcees rocking over the boom bap version of Three Blind Mice. It get’s no realer!
“…you don’t really want to get into a place, where you learn what the five fingers said to the face…” – Masta Ace
The Turning Point drops on May 20th. You know that you are feeling it!
eMC (Mast Ace x Stricklin x Wordsworth x Punchline) are readying the release of their new EP, The Turning Point. The project is due out May 20th. Charly Murphie is the first single from the project and it utilizes a dope hip hop adaptation of the nursery rhyme, Three Blind Mice, some Dave Chappelle sound bytes, and some incredible flows from the emcees. Really talented group of artists here! (First seen on 2DopeBoyz)
Artist: The Aztext
Album: Four (Amazon, iTunes)
1. Press It Onto Wax
2. All I Know
3. Nor Alone
5, Atlas (ft. Wordsworth)
6. Ease U
7. Driftin Away
8. Silent Speakers
9. Just Bein Me
11. Learn To Talk III
12. Escape (ft. LC)
When you’re good…you’re good. The Aztext have been cranking out music for many years now, but it may just be now that they are hitting their stride. Four is a complete album by any set of standards. The duo that comprises The Aztext (Pro and Learic) are a unique blend of old school ideology, new school boom-bap, that is complimented with unique and interesting concepts.
Well, I had to get out of dodge for a moment so I am about a week and a half delayed in posting some things. This particular track is coming from Queens, NYC producer, Reckonize Real. The track is a single off of his forthcoming album, Dopamine, and features the much talented and respected emcee, Wordsworth. It’s smoothed out from top to bottom. A combination of introspective lyricism and mellow vibes. I hope you enjoy.
Album: Me, Myself & Akai
01. Talib Kweli – The Proud
02. Sean Price – Spliff-n-Wessun (feat. Rustee Juxx)
03. eMC – Four Brothers
04. eMC – Borrow U
05. Black Star – Bright As the Stars
06. Wordsworth – Evol (feat. Justin Time & Masta Ace)
07. Rakim – A Cold Feeling
08. Talib Kweli – Joy (feat. Mos Def)
09. Inspectah Deck – The Movement
10. P Dap, Matt Fingaz & Nature – The Big Hurt
11. Saigon – Do You Know
12. Cormega – Rap’s a Hustle
13. Wordsworth – Right Now
14. Mos Def – Know That (feat. Talib Kweli)
15. Ghostface Killah & Mos Def – Ms. Fat Booty 2
16. Mos Def – Ms. Fat Booty
17. Masta Ace – Hold U (feat. Jean Grae)
18. Ghostface Killah – Odd Couple (feat. Cappadonna)
19. eMC – The Grudge
20. Ilacoin, Labba & Black Rob – By a Stranger
21. Silent Knight – Verbal Assault (feat. Tiffany Paige)
22. Okai – No Question (feat. Vinia Mojica)
23. R.A. the Rugged Man – Chains (feat. Masta Killa & Killah Priest)
24. Inspectah Deck – Vendetta
25. B-1 – Put Yo’ Self In My Place (feat. Large Professor)
26. Tek (of Smif-n-Wessun) – All Massive
27. Styles P & Pharoahe Monch – The Life
28. DJ K.O. – 3 In the Chamber (feat. O.C., Torae & Kaze)
29. The Dwellas – Game of Death
30. Royce da 5’9″ – Life (feat. Amerie)
31. Corgema – Bring It Back
32. Sean Price – Jesus Price
33. Masta Ace – 2’s and 3’s
34. Tragedy Khadafi – Lift Ya Glass
This release serves to wet the listener’s appetite and get you ready for Ayatollah’s forthcoming album Avant Garde which is going to drop on March 5th. As you can see from the track listing, Ayatollah has worked with some of the industry’s biggest names.
Elementality has released this collection of songs in a continuous 40 minute mix to showcase some of the highlights from his body of the work. My hope is that you will DL, throw it in the iPod (or like device) and get familiar or re-familiar, whichever is the case.
This jam comes off of Wordsworth’s latest project, The Photo Album. It’s that soulful boom bap that you need this Tuesday.
“…an optometrist couldn’t look himself in the eye…” C’mon you know that line is nice….
I don’t see ho anyone can think a track that features Quite Nyce, Punchline, Wordworth, and Ill Poetic could even remotely be considered as being average. These guys all put a beating on the microphone. Apparently there is an EP in the works that will be sponsored by DJ Booth. Good looks…