Pro Era Songs

34th & Beverley
34th & Beverley
Chuck Strangers
HOTTTTT
These days the Flatbush section of Brooklyn is New York's answer to Compton, a hip hop hotbed that has produced Flatbush Zombies, The Underachievers, and Joey Bada$$' Pro Era collective. Pro Era's Chuck Strangers is better known for his production than his bars, but the dude can definitely rap. He pays homage to East Flatbush with a new song called "34th & Beverley," which he describes as "a dedication to all my niggas that was down since day one."
Take That
Take That
Kirk Knight
VERY HOTTTTT
Friday has been looking pretty weak when it comes to content thus far (not including ASAP Ferg's new song, but that dropped last night), so this new Kirk Knight record is highly appreciated. Pro Era took to their SoundCloud to let us hear what Kirk has been working on, both as a rapper and a producer. 
Polluting The Air
Polluting The Air
Dirty Sanchez
VERY HOTTTTT
After all the madness with Troy Ave’s Joey Bada$$ diss, we’re happy to get back to hearing music from Pro Era. Dirty Sanchez is on the same page as us and is more than happy to oblige with the banging “Polluting The Air.” The beat combines a heavily-filtered vocal sample with snapping snares and swooping bass to create an infectious sound for Dirty Sanchez to spit over. His vaguely raspy voice cracks with energy as he spits about the smoke his crew is using to fill the air.
Ready
Ready
Joey Bada$$
VERY HOTTTTT
Joey Bada$$ has been met with critical and popular acclaim since he dropped 1999 in 2012. But he still feels like the world is unprepared for the steady torrent of flames he intends to unleash over the course of his career. That is the matter at hand in "Ready," his new record that dropped Monday evening by way of Ebro's Beats 1 radio show. Ebro mentioned that Joey's been working on another album that'll likely drop at the end of 2016... they ain't ready. 
Wordsmith
Wordsmith
Nyck Caution
VERY HOTTTTT
Nyck Caution has been crushing 2016. He dropped a trio of tracks earlier this year, but he’s apparently not done yet. Earlier today he posted “Wordsmith,” with production from fellow Pro Era member Kirk Knight. True to the song title, Nyck Caution wrecks the track with some impressive wordplay and a high energy delivery. The emcee had to come correct over Knight’s crushing production that features a sample of heavily distorted bass guitar as its centerpiece. Caution just keeps on getting better and better.
Nyctophilia
Nyctophilia
Nyck Caution Feat. Dyemond Lewis & Denzel Curry
VERY HOTTTTT
New Pro Era! Nyck Caution is kicking off 2016 for the NYC label, and he made a big statement today by dropping three surprise tracks. Those include a Metro Boomin-produced collab with his label boss, a freestyle, and this one -- a spacey piece of lyrical showmanship with fellow Pro Era up-and-comer Dyemond Lewis and the always intriguing Denzel Curry outta South Florida. "Nyctophilia" is straight underground heat. 
Yuck
Yuck
Dirty Sanchez
HOTTTTT
Dirty Sanchez has proved himself to be possibly the most slept-on rapper coming out of the Pro Era camp with such releases as "Dial Tone (Leave a Message)" and "Non-Believer." This morning, HNHH premieres his latest track, entitled "Yuck," produced by Bruce Leekix of Pro Era.
Futurama Freestyle
Futurama Freestyle
CJ Fly
VERY HOTTTTT
We just released our new episode of On The Come Up moments ago, this week featuring Pro Era's CJ Fly. To coincide with his On The Come Up debut, CJ recorded us a little exclusive titled "Futurama," with creaky production from DF. For fans of the TV show "Futurama," you may be disappointed to find out there aren't really any direct references to the show.
Aim High
Aim High
Joey Bada$$
VERY HOTTTTT
Here's a new single from Joey Bada$$, "Aim High," courtesy of Scion AV. Though we tend to be wary of branded promotions like this, we can usually trust Scion, and with the help of Jozif Badmon, they've definitely delivered. "Aim High" comes with production from Harry Fraud and Alchemist. Hope y'all got your lighters handy. 
Knight Time
Knight Time
Kirk Knight
VERY HOTTTTT
Kirk Knight announced his debut album this morning, with the cover artwork, release date and title. The Pro Era MC's first solo album is coming out right around Halloween, on October 31st, and with his penchant for dark vibes, not to mention the constant play he does on the homonyms knight/night, this seems pretty appropriate.
Vulcan
Vulcan
Nyck Caution
HOTTTTT
In a Pro Era squad that's chock full of prodigious lyricists, Nyck Caution might be the fastest and most furious spitter. After sharing the Joey Bada$$-assisted, Chuck Strangers-produced "World In Your Pocket" last month, he returns today with "Vulcan," a much more unforgiving, high-octane romp. 
Dial Tone (Leave A Message)
Dial Tone (Leave A Message)
Dirty Sanchez Feat. Dyemond Lewis
HOTTTTT
Last we heard from Pro Era's Dirty Sanchez, he was trading bars with the Pro Era affiliate/female rapper Chelsea Reject for "Non-Believers." On Memorial Day, the rapper decides to let loose another one, teaming with another Pro Era member Dyemond Lewis for "Dial Tone (Leave A Message)." With sped-up sample from DJ DNA, the cut is super smooth, helped along by some jazzy horns.
Where I'm From
Where I'm From
A La $ole Feat. Domo Genesis
HOTTTTT
Brooklyn x L.A. collabs aren't too common these days, but there's a definite kinship between Pro Era and Odd Future, committed to the underground as they continue to gain mainstream recognition, proven by A La $ole and Domo Genesis on "Where I'm From." 
Homecoming
Homecoming
Dessy Hinds
HOTTTTT
Since sharing a remix of Common and Vince Staples' "Kingdom" back in November, Pro Era member Dessy Hinds has remained quiet throughout 2015. Today, he returns with a new track with the crew's elder benefactor, Statik Selektah, in tow. This one's called "Homecoming."
Give 'Em
Give 'Em
Kirk Knight
VERY HOTTTTT
As Pro Era's resident double threat, Kirk Knight has been honing his skills in the booth and behind the boards with a smattering of solo tracks over the past year or two. His last, "Brokeland," was very good, but "Give 'Em" might even be better. 
Did U Ever Think
Did U Ever Think
Flatbush Zombies Feat. Joey Bada$$ & Issa Gold
HOTTTTT
Flatbush Zombies are really treating us with their weekly "Day of the Dead" releases. The past few have been consistent heat--with features from grime legend Skepta, Domo Genesis, and A$AP Twelvyy--and "Did U Ever Think" is just as solid. This time, the Zombies don't need to look far from home, finding fellow Flatbush man Issa Gold, part of The Underachievers duo, and Bed Stuy's Joey Bada$$, hot off the release of his debut album.
Perception Vs. Reality
Perception Vs. Reality
Joey Bada$$
VERY HOTTTTT
After a successful debut, B4.Da.$$, at the beginning of the year, Joey Bada$$ has been relatively quiet. After hearing a track with Houston's Maxo Kream, we now get a leak of Joey's latest, "Perception Vs. Reality," which is produced by Pro Era crewmate Kirk Knight.  
Brokeland
Brokeland
Kirk Knight
VERY HOTTTTT
Pro Era seems to abide by the Puff Daddy ideology of "can't stop, won't stop", because the collective just keeps dropping new tunes. It hasn't even been a month since the release Joey Bada$$'s debut album and already his Pro Era family, Kirk Knight is hitting us with something new of his own. The self-produced record is called "Brokeland" and features adlibs from Wayne "Heirowayne" Harewood and mixing by Nastee. Sounding like something better fit for the mid-90s, "Brokeland" finds the young MC detailing many of the things you can come across in the mean streets of Brooklyn. 
The Wind
The Wind
Chuck Strangers
HOTTTTT
Joey Bada$$ is fresh off the release of his debut album B4.DA.$$, and with that project off his plate, Pro Era's go-to producer Chuck Strangers gives fans a little something to get them through the winter months. It's an instrumental which he did when that "blizzard" hit NYC, and as he wrote on Soundcloud, "If you snowed in or just Rollin up, bump to this." So we shall.