Producers The Alchemist and Budgie have teamed up with entrepreneur Frank The Butcher and his entertainment label BAU Music / All Is Fair Agency to release an upcoming collaborative project titled The Good Book.
Evidence and producer Alchemist, collectively known as Step Brothers, are gearing up to release their joint effort Lord Steppington on January 21st. Today they let go a new cut off the album which feature New York's Action Bronson. The project drops via Rhymesayers label, and you can pre-order it on iTunes now.
Earlier today we heard about collaborations between renowned producer The Alchemist and Slug of Atmosphere. The Alchemist is definitely one of the hardest working producers in the game, as it seems like he constantly has some project or another (or multiple) on his plate.
Yesterday the fans voted on The Alchemist's first single off The Cutting Room Floor 3, which happened to be the Action Bronson & Roc Marciano-featured "Pool Hall Hustlers." Today, the producer offers up another gift to his fans with a full album stream for his new album.
The Alchemist unveiled the artwork and tracklist for an upcoming project, The Cutting Room Floor 3, yesterday. Now he's followed that up with the lead single, which was decided on by the fans.
I'M GONNA LET YOU A&R THE PROJECT. YOU PICK THE SINGLE & I"LL DROP IT TODAY. GO.
Listen to Diagnosis, the latest track from The Alchemist, featuring Action Bronson. The cut dropped on Thursday, October 24th, 2013. The Alchemist's future brightens with every new release, and Diagnosis certainly isn't an exception.
Detroit rapper on the come-up, Boldy James, will be releasing his debut full-length album through Decon on October 15th. M.1.C.S.: My 1st Chemistry Set is entirely produced by The Alchemist and showcases Boldy's unique style and lyrics.
Bump Reform School (Prod. By The Alchemist), the latest cut from Boldy James which features Earl Sweatshirt, Da$h & Domo Genesis on the assist. It dropped on Monday, October 7th, 2013. Boldy James's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Reform School (Prod. By The Alchemist) is no exception.