jGerson: My staff picks this week are sort of unordinary for me. Yes, I do have an affinity for underground hip-hop, but I never thought that I would be praising a Lecrae song. I’ve actually been vibing with Lecrae since he caught me off guard on “Live & Let Live,” and he didn’t’ let me down with his latest video, “Church Clothes” which you can view below. Read More
Fresh off the release of their critically acclaimed sophomore album, Vodka & Ayahuasca, super-producers The Alchemist and Oh No are back to making mind-altering, dreary, psychedelic hip-hop with their latest EP, The Odditorium. If you’re a fan of Al and Doc No, you won’t be disappointed by this extended play, which features the duo resurrecting Johnny Cash and Jim Morrison and giving them the “Otis” treatment.
1. “House Of Mirrors Intro”
Just in time for G.O.O.D. Friday, Yeezy touches down with a prolific new single from the upcoming G.O.O.D. Music compilation. In my opinion Big Sean stole the show off the bat with lines like “white girls politicin’ – that’s that Sarah Palin” (sidenote: did he just coin the phrase “@ss tray”?). Kanye’s part is sort of out there, to say the least but this is a pretty hot track. If you like the stream below, you can go cop it on iTunes now.
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Smoke DZA “Rolling Stoned” (Audio CD)
Smoke DZA “Rolling Stoned” Track List:
1. Wonderful World Of The Kushedgod
2. He Has Risen
3. Loudest Batch feat. Den10
4. On The Corner feat. Bun B & Big K.R.I.T.
5. Ball Game feat. Kendrick Lamar
6. We Out
7. 4 Loko feat. ASAP Rocky
8. Notorious feat. Fiend & Big Sant
9. Pow Wow feat. Dom Kennedy
11. Overhigh feat. Trademark Da Skydiver & ScHoolboy Q
12. Personal Party feat. Curren$y
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