NYC rapper, producer and songwriter Iron Solomon has come together with DJ Green Lantern, 2DopeBoyz and The DJBooth to bring listeners his latest street album, Killer. The project features 16 original records from the on-the-rise emcee, including previously-featured singles “The Genesis (Chapter 1),” “Monster” and “When I Die.” Joining Solomon on the guest tip throughout Killer are Emilio Rojas, Isaiah, Joseph James (of Agnostic Front) and Saigon. In addition to boardwork by the artist himself, the project features production from Benjamin Blank, Gordon Voidwell and Isaiah.
Check out rapper Iron Solomon’s new music video for the song “The Empire” (feat. Talib Kweli with production by Iron Solomon). The song is off “Monster,” Iron Solomon’s debut album, which is available now on iTunes, Amazon, and Solomon’s personal site.
New York City is the star of the video, which features portraits of New Yorkers from all walks of life, both famous and anonymous, engaging in the daily routines that epitomize this great city. Cameos include Talib Kweli, Joell Ortiz, Maino, the legendary graffiti writer Chris “Freedom” Pape and more. The first person to correctly guess all of the cameos in the video by emailing email@example.com will receive this exclusive Iron Solomon prize pack.
Directed by Steven Pristin for KIDS TABLE PICTURES (Twitter.com/KidsTablePics).
Photography by Lyon Taylor
Produced by Iron Solomon and Jon Coplon
Behind-the-scenes footage of Iron Solomon’s first visit to Austin for this year’s SXSW Festival. Follow him as he performs at various showcases and chops it up with some of his peers, including Slaughterhouse, Machine Gun Kelly, A$AP Rocky, Paul Wall, XV, Chiddy Bang, Danny Brown, Mr. MFN eXquire and more.
After the success of his recent mixtape “Redrum Radio”, NYC emcee Iron Solomon has teamed up with The DJBooth to give fans and supporters even more. Now, in addition to downloading the free version of the mixtape, hip-hop lovers can also purchase a premium edition of “Redrum Radio”, complete with 6 bonus instrumentals/a cappellas and high quality audio (320 kbps) .
Joining Solomon on the guest tip throughout the project are Cassidy and DMC. Beats come courtesy of Isaiah and Iron Solomon himself.