“This is the story of my life that I put down from all my trials and tribulations I had, living life, being in this rap game and making sense of what reality has dealt me,” Agallah says when speaking of his fourth solo album Agalito’s Way. “And more or less, just making sure that I get back to my star power and let people understand and know that I was built for this music game. No matter what’s going on in this genre, I’m still something to be reckoned with.” Featuring Ag’s signature production along with appearances from Big Daddy Kane, Ras Kass, Prodigy, Chino XL, Sean Price, Rock, Termanology, and longtime collaborator Ike Eyes all make guest appearances on Agalito’s Way. “Whatever they want to label my career, Agalito’s Way shows that I still got dope music and that I’m still representing to the fullest.” Agailto’s Way drops May 5 through Empire Distribution. Agallah and Ras Kass are currently booking dates for a joint tour. Check out “Rolling Stoned” after the jump.
Since October the rap tandem of Apollo Brown & Ras Kass has been sharing some dope cuts from their new album Blasphemy (out now via their official Bandcamp page) including the monster feature heavy track “Giraffe Pu**y” and “How to Kill God.” And with the album now out Apollo Brown & Ras Kass are gifting fans with this non-album bonus joint featuring the legendary Sean Price. Listen to “Impossible Dream” after the jump.
Mark your calendar hip-hop heads, Apollo Brown and Ras Kass are comin’ for your neck. Their collaborative project entitled Blasphemy will be out October 28th and having already treated ya’ll with “Giraffe Pu**y” (featuring Royce Da 5″9′, Xzibit & Bishop Lamont) they’re already back with some more for you with “How to Kill God”. Peep the track after the jump.
Apollo Brown and Ras Kass team up for “Giraffe Pussy” (catchy title, no?) with support from Royce Da 5″9′, Xzibit and Bishop Lamont. The track will be featured on their collaborative project Blasphemy, which sadly does not have a release date at the moment. In the meantime listen to the track after the jump.
Truth be told, I know a few of these rap vets personally and still haven’t heard verses that match these wits. Quelle Chris shines on this low-key appearance, and Ras Kass smoothly injects himself in the Greatest Freestyler conversation yet again. Clip after the jump.