Ab-Soul teams up with fellow Californian Short Dawg for the visuals for “Addiction” off of Short Dawg’s forthcoming Drank Sinatra & The Scripts project. Peep the party cut video after the jump.
After dropping two tracks from their forthcoming PRhyme collaborative project, Royce Da 5’9″ & DJ Premier go ahead and share the artwork (above) and tracklist. Needless to say it looks like it’ll be a solid project overall based on what we are seeing here. Nine total tracks with Preem handling production and a slew of awesome, awesome guest spots. Everything from Ab-Soul to Jay Electronica to Schoolboy Q to Killer Mike, there is something here for everyone. PRhyme will be out December 9th. Peep the tracklist for PRhyme after the jump!
While Ab-Soul is on his headlining These Days… tour with supporting acts Bas and EarthGang, he decided to drop an unsuspecting gem on ya’ll. It’s a new track entitled “W.W.S.D.” (What Would Soul Do?) and that’s the striking artwork above. You can peep the track after the jump.
After a bit of a hiatus, Philly’s very own Asaad made his return earlier this year by dropping his Flowers II mixtape. In addition to dropping the well-received mixtape, Asaad also made a guest appearance on Ab-Soul’s “Stigmata” off of his These Days… album. Now the Philly spitter has dropped “VVS” which is a teaser for his forthcoming project due out by the year’s end. Peep it after the jump.
Ab Dash Soul makes an impressive freestyle appearance, promising to take it easy after a scorching Retchy P opener. Then he stumbles his way into a poignant verse, going completely impromptu by the end of it. Watch the black out session after the jump.
This is his dedication to Max B that was omitted from These Days. Max B is on the song as well, described as “live from prison.” Statik Selektah produces this rare gem. Soul-O makes a rhythm statement on it, as in, he carves out a new rhythm just for himself. Check it after the jump.
The TDE member next in line stops by the Boombox for a freestyle. His lazy tone and delivery betray the mic skills for sure but that’s Soul-O at his best, confusing his supporters by delaying his greatness. Check the freestyle after the jump.
This party anthem questions the darker side of the high life. It seems like Ab-Soul and Schoolboy Q will forever be the id to Kendrick’s ego. Mac Miller joins in with weekend amnesia and severe dissociation. More importantly, who getting that money? And how quickly can they spend it? Video after the jump.
Smoke and Ab come in like the harbingers of doom in “Hearses.” They put the competition to rest. They cast a shadow over your dreams. In this visual aid, they also wash you of your sins before the fateful end. Check the video after the jump.