Statik Selektah Songs

  • Get Off The Ground (DJ Premier Mix)
    Get Off The Ground (DJ Premier Mix)
    The final song on Termanology's Term Brady EP is a seven-and-a-half minute party cut called "Get Off the Ground" that features EIGHT different rappers, most of whom hail from New York City: Sean Price, his protege Ruste Juxx, Lil' Fame of M.O.P., Justin Tyme, Hannibal Staxx, Papoose, & Term's fellow Lawrence, MA emcee Reks. As the cherry on top, it also features some scratches from the venerable DJ Premier.
  • World Tour
    World Tour
    Termanology is an avowed Masshole and as such is a devout Tom Brady fan. His ode to Brady tha Gawd Term Brady EP is scheduled to drop today, and yesterday Term teased the project with a quality track called "World Tour." First off, the song is produced by Statik Selektah, who pretty much never misses (Gostkowski-esque). Sounds like like some prog rock, Steely Dan-type sample here. Good beat, good verse, you can tell why Term and Statik are frequent collaborators.
  • Grade A
    Grade A
    Massachusetts rapper Termanology has a project coming out soon called Term Brady EP -- an ode to New England Patriots superhuman quarterback Tom Brady. (Who just beat a charge!) The first offering from Term Brady is classy number by the name of "Grade A." With 9th Wonder on the MPC an Statik Selektah on the vinyl scratches, the track is a lock to not suck. Term drops solid bars as always.
  • Admiral Greets General
    Admiral Greets General
    While he sadly left us way too early, Sean Price’s legacy will always live on through his music. Today, producer Statik Selektah decided to pay homage to the late emcee by sharing an unreleased track of his on his soundcloud page titled “Admiral Greets General,” featuring Philly's Jakk Frost. Over the sampled production by Statik, Sean showcases his aggressive delivery & impressive wordplay, reminding us of his overall greatness & strong presence as an emcee. Take a listen and let us know what you think.
  • Latino Unification
    Latino Unification
    Termanology and Manny Garcia have joined force for "Latino Unification," a celebration of their heritage produced by DJ Ready and Phil Coyle. "We all stand strong together than we can make it" is the mission statement, but there's plenty of straight-up brag-rapping as well, with Statik Selektah cutting into the party to supply some scratching.
  • In The Wind
    In The Wind
    Tomorrow, on 7/7, Statik Selektah will release his new album Lucky 7, but first, he's giving us one more track to tide us over. "In The Wind" is a warm, uplifting cut from the album's first half, and it features Joey Bada$$ (one of his three features on the project), Big K.R.I.T. and Chauncy Sherod (who contributed vocals all over Action Bronson's recent Mr. Wonderful). 
  • Crystal Clear
    Crystal Clear
    Statik Selektah and Royce Da 5'9" are a match made in heaven. Hailing from Boston, Statik has always had a New York-leaning style, but as we've seen on "Detroit Vs. Everybody," he works well with the Motor City's best as well. On "Crystal Clear," Statik provides a sample that darts left-and-right unexpectedly, but ties it together with some hard kicks and snares. Royce gets the challenge he deserves, riding the fluttering flutes and strings with his own technical flurries.
  • All You Need
    All You Need
    Statik Selektah's new song "All You Need" feat. Action Bronson, Ab-Soul, and Elle Varner is third in a string of dope AF singles off his upcoming album Lucky 7, the first two being "Beautiful Life" feat.
  • Top Tier
    Top Tier
    Statik Selektah is one of those producers who doesn't discriminate when it comes to OGs and newcomers. He's just as likely to work with Joey Bada$$, Action Bronson, or Your Old Droog as he is Eminem or Onyx. His latest record finds him firmly planted in the vet category, as he teams with Sean Price, Styles P, and Bun B. The assemblance of rappers is a pretty good representation of Statik's music in general-- very much rooted in NYC styles, but not afraid to venture outside of them once in a while either.
  • Beautiful Life
    Beautiful Life
    Statik Selektah is getting ready to release a new album on July 7 called Lucky 7, and tonight he decides to release the first single from it. Calling on frequent collaborators Joey Bada$$ & Action Bronson, here goes the lead single “Beautiful Life”.
  • Connected
    Ea$y Money is preparing his debut album for release later this month, and if you weren't already anticipating the LP, his new crew track should get you excited for it. Grabbing production from the always impressive Statik Selektah, Ea$y makes a couple calls to put together a pretty awesome crew track over the expertly flipped sample. 
  • Unlimited Metrocard
    Unlimited Metrocard
    Statik Selektah is just starting to roll out his new album, Lucky 7 (a follow-up to last year's What Goes Around...), but before he gets things truly popping, he's dropped off a bonus cut that won't be on the project. This one's called "Unlimited Metrocard" and features Your Old Droog.
  • Homecoming
    Since sharing a remix of Common and Vince Staples' "Kingdom" back in November, Pro Era member Dessy Hinds has remained quiet throughout 2015. Today, he returns with a new track with the crew's elder benefactor, Statik Selektah, in tow. This one's called "Homecoming."
  • Showoff Vs. Everybody
    Showoff Vs. Everybody
    "Detroit Vs. Everybody" has gradually made its way to gold status, and the song's producer, Static Selektah, is pretty excited about the certification. While the original was obviously a Michigan-centric record, Static invited a couple of New Yorkers to take on the instrumental and put on for their city in honor of the newly gold record.
  • One Man Can Change The World (Statik Selektah Remix)
    One Man Can Change The World (Statik Selektah Remix)
    As Big Sean's forthcoming album Dark Sky Paradise had the cocky, brash and somewhat petty "IDFWU" as its lead single, it was jarring in the best way possible to hear him drop "One Man Can Change The World," which is pretty much the polar opposite. Now veteran producer Statik Selektah has offered up a remix of the Kanye West and John Legend-featuring cut.
  • Run Up On Ya
    Run Up On Ya
    Last night Shade 45 premiered one last song from Joey Bada$$'s upcoming album B4.DA.$$. The collaboration "Run Up On Ya" features fellow New Yorker Action Bronson and smooth hook from singer Elle Varner. The song is produced by Joey's frequent collaborator Statik Selektah, who cooks up a typically old school sentimental beat. 
  • Boston Vs. Everybody
    Boston Vs. Everybody
    It's been a few weeks since Eminem's massive "Detroit Vs. Everybody" made its debut on our front page. Finally, responses are coming in. (Hey, tracks this huge take time to organize.) Following the Trick-Trick led sequel to the original, Statik Selektah comes through with some hometown heroes for his own edition of the record. Featuring Masspike Miles, Termanology, Reks, Ea$y Money, JFK, Smoke Bulga, Chilla Jones, Dutch Rebelle, Millyz, Slaine, Sammy Adams, Esoteric and Edo G, "Boston Vs. Everybody" is now available for streaming and download.
  • Detroit Vs. Everybody (Remix)
    Detroit Vs. Everybody (Remix)
    This is a dope look. After Eminem and Shady Records put out the "Detroit Vs. Everybody" record featuring the city's highest-profile rappers, now the label has shared an official remix that gives under-appreciated rappers the spotlight. Helmed by Trick Trick, the new remix features Dej Loaf (who gets a verse of her own this time), Guilty Simpson, Black Milk, Sino, Marv Won, Payroll, Hydro, Boldy James, Big Gov, Kid Vishis, Big Herk, Icewear Vezzo, Detroit Che, Calicoe & Diezel the Hitman.
  • No. 99
    No. 99
    Over the weekend Joey Bada$$ unveiled the tracklist and cover art for his highly anticipated and long-awaited debut album B4.DA.$$.
  • Topic Of Discussion
    Topic Of Discussion
    When a fifteen-year-old kid signs a $1.5 million dollar contract with Warner Music Group, he damn well better back up those digits with some real talent. Fortunately, Chris Miles has more than lived up to the expectations set for him.