The Weeknd’s releases “Where You Belong,” which is his second song from the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack along with “Earned It.” With Mike Dean on the boards of the synth-rattling track, Abel showcases his echoing vocals as he sings about the costs of a sinful sexual relationship.
Previously unreleased track that wound up on Grand Daddy I.U.’s Cold Stealin’ EP a few years back.
As Vast Aire and Vordul Mega, collectively known as Cannibal Ox, prepare for the release of their highly-anticipated sophomore album Blade of the Ronin, Pitchfork has premiered the album’s first single, “Iron Rose.” “Iron Rose” features a stellar verse from masked super-lyricist MF Doom and is backed by a monstrously heavy beat by producer Bill Cosmiq, who helms the production on Blade of the Ronin. Vast, Vordul and DOOM deliver thematic verses regarding iron that is sure to magnetize listeners.
Blade of the Ronin is the first new album from Cannibal Ox since their 2001 debut The Cold Vein, which is highly regarded as a classic amongst hip-hop fans and critics alike. Blade of the Ronin features guest appearances by MF Doom, U-God (of Wu-Tang Clan), Elzhi, Artifacts and more, and will hit stores worldwide on March 3rd via IGC Records / iHipHop Distribution.
With Your Old Droog preparing to hit the road with PRhyme later this month, it’s appropriate that the emcee drops a new EP to whet the appetites of fans who are still reeling for his excellent debut LP. Kinison finds the Coney Island rhymeslinger kicking the linguistics over some vaguely rock fueled production courtesy of frequent collaborators which included DJ Skizz, El RTNC and Marco Polo.
Nova suradnja iz Triestri radionice – ovoga puta Riđi i Žugi iz High5 ukrstili su mikrofone s Orebom iz Kiše Metaka. Beat potpisuje Uncle Denz.