What a behemoth of a month March is, huh? If you’ve been keeping tabs: so far we’ve been gifted with Kendrick Lamar’s sophomore masterpiece To Pimp a Butterfly, Future’s brand new mixtape 56 Nights, Earl Sweatshirt’s sophomore I Don’t Like Sh*t, I Don’t Go Outside. And now Action Bronson’s highly-anticipated, long-gestating mainstream debut Mr. Wonderful is available for free stream! What a month. The album arrives with “Easy Rider,” “Actin’ Crazy,” “Baby Blue” and “Terry” serving as its singles. Check out the free stream after the jump.
It’s no secret, Ab-Soul can spit. And that’s precisely what he does on this new joint entitled “47 Bars.” Produced by Alchemist, Soulo dropped the track via Soundcloud and wrote on his Twitter page that he “might get dropped from the label for this.” Check out “47 Bars” after the jump.
When you get these two jesters out for a party, something crazy’s bound to happen right?! Frequent partners Bronson and Jody Highroller pack their images with decadence and obliviousness. For every wild night, there’s a memory (or so they flaunt). Check the song after the jump.
A$ton Matthews releases his much anticipated A$ton 3:16 project, which includes features from Joey Fatts, Action Bronson, A$AP Ferg, Flatbush ZOMBiES, and more. Tracklist and stream after the jump. Read More
Here’s one of the craziest productions we’ve heard this month. Alchemist hooks up with Budgie for the first release off their upcoming The Good Book project, which chops up a sample of Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones” and features verses from Action Bronson and A$ton Matthews. Read More
The Mobb has unveiled the official tracklisting for their double-disc The Infamous Mobb Deep LP, which will include 14 unreleased tracks as well as 17 new tracks. Features include Nas, Mack Wilds, Juicy J, and Bun B, and Snoop Dogg with production from the likes of Illmind, Boi-1da, Alchemist and more. Hit the jump for the complete tracklisting.
Boly James releases a video for the Alchemist-produced “What’s The Word” off the duo’s My 1st Chemistry Set LP. Directed by Gerard Victor.