Following the earlier release of their debut project Indigoism this year The Underachievers are back with a solid new mixtape, The Lords of Flatbush reasserting their undeniable spot in the Beast Coast movement.
The New York duo The Underachievers are ready to give the world their debut album, Cellar Door, on August 12th. The album's tracklist, cover art and release date was announced today, following two strong mixtapes from the underground MCs.
The Underachievers (Issa Gold and AK) are about halfway through their "Eyes Of The World" tour, which has them matched up with some equally forward-thinking emcees like Denzel Curry, Dillon Cooper, and Azizi Gibson.
Talib Kweli links up with Beast Coast newcomers, The Underachievers, for a new track from his upcoming Gravitas album.
The Statik Selektah-produced cut finds Kweli and the duo flexing their double-time ability over a very triumphant instrumental.
Stream No Religion, the newest drop from Flatbush Zombies which features The Underachievers. The cut was released on Tuesday, March 12th, 2013. Flatbush Zombies continues to impress with each new leak, and No Religion is no exception.
Give Leaving Scraps (Prod. By Lex Luger) a spin - it's a new offering from The Underachievers. It was dropped on Tuesday, August 20th, 2013. The Underachievers's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Leaving Scraps (Prod. By Lex Luger).
Stream May's Patience, the newest drop from The Underachievers. The cut was released on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013. The Underachievers continues to impress with each new leak, and May's Patience is no exception.
Bump Rise Of The AU (Prod. By Coyote Beatz), the latest cut from Issa Gold. It was released on Sunday, June 23rd, 2013. Things are improving for Issa Gold with each new offering, and Rise Of The AU (Prod. By Coyote Beatz) is certainly no exception.
Stream The Proclamation, the newest drop from The Underachievers. The cut was released on Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013. Things are looking better for The Underachievers with each new release, which The Proclamation has proven yet again.