After hitting us with the Bun B-featured track “Gold Piece” last month, Black Milk decides to return tonight with another new treat for the fans. This time around the Detroit rapper calls on Random Axe members Sean Price and Guilty Simpson for this new collaboration “Scum”.
Today Boaz dropped his Real Name, No Gimmicks Vol. 1 EP, his first official release as a Rostrum Records artist. In addition to nabbing guest verses from Scarface and TDE president Punch, he rounded up the trio of Crooked I, Sean Price and Chevy Woods for the EP-closing remix of his track "Like This."
2014 has, thus far, brought us several huge collaborations from rappers and EDM DJs. Obviously, DJ Snake and Lil Jon's "Turn Down For What" is the biggest, but with recent pairings like Steve Aoki + Machine Gun Kelly and Waka Flocka + Borgore, the hybrid of genres is definitely trending.
Sean P kicks things off this morning with some free music ("rappity rap shit", to be specific), and we can't really complain about that. The rapper comes through with a new leak titled "Elmer Fud (More Cowbell)", which has his usually gritty and grimy rhymes.
Over the past few months, Sean Price has found a formidable partner in crime in Illa Ghee, releasing a spree of tracks with him this year. Today, the pair deliver a new one. Listen to "Enigma," produced by Scram Jones, below.
Next week, Skyzoo and Torae will release their joint project Barrel Brothers. With contributions from DJ Premier, !llmind, Jahlil Beats, Black Milk, Sean Price, Blu, Guilty Simpson, Oh No and more, it's sure to be a great listen.
"You know what crime it is!"
Crooklyn representatives Innocent?, Sean Price and Rustee Juxx join forces for "Silent Murder", an impassioned new cut that'll be included on T.H.E.M. Recordings' upcoming compilation Killin' The Game (for details on the project, visit their official website).
After dropping off the single “Have A Nice Day” a few weeks ago, Black Rob is back with another track for the fans. For his newest release, Black Rob connects with Duck Down's Sean Price and Tek for a new Easy Mo Bee-produced track titled ‘You Need That Real Shit’.
Sean P continues to deliver raw hip-hop material, this time linking up with frequent collaborator and tour DJ PF Cuttin for "N*ggerific", a new cut which finds him spitting a verse over a reworking of Chill Rob G's classic "Court Is Now in Session" instrumental, from his 1989 album Ride the Rhythm (peep the video below
For those unaware, Kurt Rambis is a former professional basketball player from Indiana currently serving as as an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Lakers. Sean Price has titled his latest offering after Rambis, and the 1:12-minute lyrical exercise is both grimy and on-point.