Royce da 5’9″ and DJ Premier have been keeping busy for the last few months, working on the release of their collaborative album PRhyme. The tandem of Royce and Premo have teased a few tracks, including the intro cut and “Courtesy” as well as the visuals for “U Loopz.” The project is duo out December 9th but you’re in luck as they’ve made it available for stream via NPR right now. PRhyme features guest spots from artists the likes of Schoolboy Q, Mac Miller, Common, Killer Mike, and Jay Electronica. Peep the stream after the jump.
Boaz is on his Pittsburgh tip on “Don’t Know” as he collaborates with fellow Pitt native Mac Miller. Boaz’ upcoming studio album Intuition will be out on Oct. 21 and you can pre-order it now on iTunes. Peep “Don’t Know” with Mac Miller 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!
This album sounds like it will be jumpy and feverish while not necessarily different. “I Like It” is a new boast from Meek and another of many middle fingers to the norm. Then again, his standard has been clear for a while…party and bullsh*t over snappy beats. Mac Miller can get with this. Check it after the jump.
Everybody got dead homeys. So says Mac Miller and he’s largely right. Although his songs (including this one) have a larking quality, but the video subverts that nonchalance with its concerned but bopping fans. Of course, he delivers the entire thing from atop a custom food truck dedicated to his heritage. Watch his intoxicated antics 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.
A friend said Mac Miller is a poor man’s Earl Sweatshirt. I say, over B.I.G.’s “Sky’s The Limit”, he sounds like a rich man’s Asher Roth.