Yesterday was the official release day of Tony Stark’s 10th studio album, “Twelve Reasons to Die.” To commemorate the project and the long journey Ghost, RZA and Adrian Younge had to endure making the project, we get visuals for one of the standout tracks from the album “The Rise Of The Ghostface Killah,” which sees a former mafia criminal rise from the dead to seek revenge on his murders.
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DJ-producer, Statik Selektah is returning to the solo scene after a year layoff with his upcoming album “Extended Play.” Here, we get the project’s first official single featuring the Raekwon, Joey Bada$$ and Black Thought assisted “Birds Eve View.”
You can look out for Statik Selektah’s Extended Play album to release on June 8th via Duck Down records, with features from the likes of Bun B, Styles P, Talib Kweli, Hit-Boy, Action Bronson, Sean Price, Mac Miller and Freddie Gibbs to name a few.
Episode 8 takes Jeff and the crew to cities in France, Russia and Norway. This segment of the tour is all about travel drama. Despite lost luggage, an emergency landing and a laptop left in Paris, Jeff and his crew still manage to keep it together. DJ Jazzy Jeff keeps the partying going in Paris, Moscow and Oslo.
Trek Life’s new album with Duke Westlake “Hometown Foreigner” is out everywhere now, but we wanted to take a moment for people to hear the mixtape DJ Rhettmatic of the world famous Beat Junkies put together featuring some of Trek’s greatest moments. The mixtape (playing off the album title Hometown Foriegner) is called “Hometown Heroes” and was originally released only as an actual mixTAPE. We pressed it on limited edition cassette, then Rhettmatic himself promoted the tape at SXSW this year. The original tape version is also available for free when you pick up the new album on CD. But for people today, we wanted everyone to have a chance to hear the magic with a free download. The mixtape features Oddisee and Exile among others, as well as production from Evidence, DJ Babu, Duke Westlake, and more, and of course cuts and mixing by DJ Rhettmatic.
Hit continue reading to check the mixtape tracklist.
From his upcoming Scram Jones produced project, Float, Styles P links with Raekwon to release this cut titled Reckless.