The debut leak single from the album Bad Newz by artist Adlib, on Chambermusik Records / Universal Music Group. Album in stores July 9th, 2013.
Bad Newz conjures up a nostalgic sense of golden era Hip-Hop with a strong dose of aggressiveness that is characteristic of the La Coka Nostra and Battle Axe collective. Adlib’s Bad Newz contains features from Vinnie Paz, Slaine, Madchild, General Steele (Smif N Wessun), Reef The Lost Cauze Shabaam Sahdeeq & more.
Pittsburgh duo Dope Means (Crumb & JustTraxx) release two new tracks “The Dark” ft. Planet Asia + “This N’Nat” ft. Timbo King, off their upcoming debut LP Government Funded dropping June 18th 2013. LP will include guest features by Timbo King, Planet Asia, Reef the Lost Cauze, Ras Kass and production from C-Lance (JMT), Bronze Nazareth, Vherbal & Ziko.
Right off the heals of his newest video, hip-hop artist Rich Quick is releasing a remix for “Travelin’ Man,” featuring Reef the Lost Cauze and Rakaa Iriscience of Dilated Peoples.
“Travelin’ Man” is produced entirely by Streece, a formidable production duo comprised of Stress and Chuck Treece, who have worked with mainstream artists from Gym Class Heroes and Ghostface Killah to LIL WAYNE and local notable Bahamdia, among others. ‘Travelin Man’ is off Quick’s EP Sad Songz, due out this summer on Ben Frank Recordings.
“Frances’s Finest NY Minute Remix” is the REMIX album of Dj Low Cut’s “NY Minute” (djlowcut.bandcamp.com/album/ny-minute) by best French beatmakers as Al’Tarba, I.N.C.H., Ghetto Blaster, Grim Reaperz, Crown, Ugly Tony, Mistamaff, Astonaute, Flev & Dj Brans. It also contain exclusive tracks by Dj Low Cut feat. Wildelux, Raf Almighty, Lord Lhus, B.A.M. & M-dot and Dirt Platoon.
1. Reef ft Slaine & F.T. “F**k Rappers Remix” vs UGK “International Player’s Anthem” (Emynd Blend)
2. Reef “I’m A G” vs Gang Starr “All 4 The Cash” / MOP “Cold As Ice” / Cam’ron “Down n Out” (Emynd Blend Medley)
3. Reef “Brotherhood” vs Styles P “My Life” (Emynd Blend)
4. Reef “High By Myslef” vs Mic Geronimo “Masta IC” (Emynd Blend)
5. Reef ft OJ The Uncanny & King Magnetic “Big Shots” vs Smif N Wessun “Let’s Git it On” / “Wontime” / “Bucktown” (Emynd Blend Medley)
6. Reef “Devil’s Advocate” vs Jay-Z “1-900-Hustler” (Emynd Blend)
7. Reef ft Just Allah & Sicknature “Euthanasia” vs Birdman “What Happened to That Boy” (Emynd Blend)
8. Reef ft Sabac Red & Wise Intelligent “Mount Up” vs Xzibit “Paparazzi” / Pharcyde “Runnin” / Erule “Listen Up” (Emynd Blend Medley)
9. Reef ft Outerspace “Timezones” vs Mobb Deep “Hell On Earth” / “Still Shinin” / “Drop A Gem On Em” (Emynd Blend Medley)
10. Reef “Kill Somebody” vs Cypress Hill “How I Could Just Kill A Man” (Emynd Blend)
11. Reef “Boxcutter Samurai” vs Kool G Rap “On The Run” (Emynd Blend)
12. Reef ft Esoteric “Brain On Drugs” vs Wu-Tang Clan “Uzi” (Emynd Blend)
13. Reef “F**k Rappers” vs Young Jeezy “Put On” (Emynd Blend)
14. Reef “100 Rhymebooks” (Emynd “Cherish The Day” Remix)
True school duo N.B.S. connect with long-time collaborator Blacastan (Demigodz / Army of the Pharaohs) and producer Stu Bangas (Jedi Mind Tricks, Mobb Deep, Ras Kass) for an explosive first release off of the upcoming album “The Dispensary”.
N.B.S. will share the mic on “The Dispensary” with Reef the Lost Cauze (Army of the Pharaohs), S.A.S., Wais P, Esoteric (7L + Esoteric), Virtuoso (Army of the Pharaohs), Checkmark (Skitzofreniks), Outerspace (Army of the Pharaohs), and Blacastan (Demigodz / Army of the Pharaohs).
“The Dispensary” will be available free of charge exclusively to fans of their Facebook page, and also on iTunes and other digital music outlets with an exclusive bonus track on Thanksgiving day (Thursday, 11/22).
Blaq Poet leaks the title track from his upcoming E.B.K. (EveryBodyKilla) album dropping September 25th 2012. The album will feature Ruste Juxx, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Reef the Lost Cauze, Sha Stimuli, Punchline, Nutso, Ty Nitty and more.
04.Ready For War (ft. Reef The Lost Cauze and Blacastan)
05.Trials and Tribulations
07.Step Into My Zone
08.Nothing I Can Do
09.Militant Minds (Remix)
Boston underground crew Blak Madeen and Queensbridge rhymesayer Tragedy Khadafi have come together with The DJBooth and Leedz Edutainment to bring listeners their new collaborative EP, Militant Minds. Al-J and Yusuf’s second project released via the DJBooth (The acclaimed Divine Power Culture hit our front page back in March), the project finds the two trading hard-hitting, politically incisive bars with Khadafi over the course of nine original records. Included are “Ready for War” and the Booth-approved title track. Joining the collaborators on the guest tip throughout Militant Minds are Blacastan and Reef the Lost Cauze. Production comes courtesy of Miestro Da Semi Conductor, Skin Ced and Teddy Roxpin.