Ghostface and Adrian Younge release a sampler of the alternate remix version of their upcoming Twelve Reasons To Die project, entirely produced by Apollo Brown. This version will be available as a free cassette with purchase of the LP at select independent music retailers. Twelve Reasons To Die hits stores April 16.
Detroit's Apollo Brown links up with Coney Island's Your Old Droog for "Not That Guy" off of Brown's forthcoming Grandeur, which arrives September 25th. Frankly the pairing of Brown and Droog is A1 and Droog goes in over Brown's lush soulful production. Personally, I'd like to hear more from these two. Listen to Apollo Brown's "Not That Guy" after the jump.
Verbal Kent links up with Freddie Gibbs on "Suitcase Switch," a track that is also produced by Apollo Brown. The two Midwestern rappers exchange a bevy of spitfire verses that'll leave you wanting more. In addition, Apollo's soulful production along with those knocking drums will be the perfect backdrop to your hot summer day. Check out "Suitcase Switch" by Verbal Kent after the jump.
Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge are set to drop their followup to the first Twelve Reasons to Die on July 10th and today marks a big day for the album as the duo share a massive track in "Resurreciton Morning." As if the song title wasn't enough, Ghostface recruits fellow Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon and R&B master Bilal for the track as well. The track is spooky and is catapulted forward by Younge's eerie piano-driven production. Check out "Resurrection Morning" after the jump and be on the lookout for the second installment of Twelve Reasons to Die dropping the 10th.
Oh, you weren't expecting some new Kendrick Lamar so fast? Yeah, yeah, we all love To Pimp a Butterfly -- but let's be real here, we can definitely use some more Kendrick for the summer. Here he teams up with Bilal (who is a super underrated R&B singer/songwriter and was featured on To Pimp a Butterfly) for "Money Over Love." The track, which is Bilal's, is set to appear on his forthcoming album Another Life, produced in its entirety by Adrian Younge. Check out "Money Over Love" after the jump.
Aye, new Ghostface for ya'll! The Staten Island spitter returns with composer Adrian Younge for a followup to their successful 2013 collaboration, Twelve Reasons to Die. This time out the two will have thirteen brand new tracks with a load of star-studded features. One of those features, courtesy of Vince Staples, is present on "Get the Money," which ironically arrives less than a week removed from Staples' very own "Get Paid." Check out "Get the Money" after the jump and be on the lookout for Twelve Reasons to Die II dropping July 10th.