Truth released his debut album today called From Ashes To Kingdom Come
(Ill Adrenaline) and this one could easily become one of the scorchers of the winter of 2016. The album features guest appearances from O.C., AG, Da Beatminerz, PF Cuttin, DJ JS-1, JK1 The Supernova, DJ Doom, Psycho Les, The Barbarian, and Red E but one of the highlights is a song featuring the late Sean Price. You can take a listen to it, check out “New Type Of Something”, produced by JK1 The Supernova. Make sure to buy the album below via Amazon.com.
Someone called this a leak but since this was in Truth’s official Soundcloud page, technically it’s not a leak but an actual preview of the debut album he’s about to release called From Ashes To Kingdom Come”. It is called “New Type Of Something”, which happens to feature a verse from the late Sean Price. The album is available to pre-order, and you may do so by clicking the cover below, which will take you to Amazon.com.
Bruse Wane is blasting fans across the nation with a new track called “Venom” and this one will take you to where you should be with quality hip-hop, courtesy of Chris Rivers and the late Sean Price. It’s taken from Bruse Wayne’s Earl Manigault Of Rap, released today and available below via Amazon.com
It’s easy to just read the subject line and bail out of here to do something else but you need to know just a little more. Detroit rapper Apollo Brown has not onlyu come out with a new album today, but it is an album with 19 brand new songs. In many ways, a title like Grandeur couldn’t be any more appropriate. Some of the people on here include the late Sean Price, plus the great Eternia, Masta Ace, Chino XL, Ugly Heroes, O.C. and many more. Stream it in full, then get yourself a copy for later, or for others.
If you have never heard 7evenThirty yet and you consider yourself a hip-hop fan, what’s slowing you down? The man has the kind of laid back flow that shows a sense of confidence that makes you feel good about listening, but also isn’t afraid to show occasional flashes of humor to reveal his human side, that he’s not an automaton. The Problem (Mello Music Group/Fatbeats) is a primarily serious album that covers on the state of not so much the world, but the community, the city, and the personal mind. Some of us feel that it may be good to think globally but in order to do that, we have to think locally and the local spot to spruce up is ourselves, and how we’re able to interact with everyone else. Gensu Dean’s production is very synth and keyboard savvy, so it has the feel of what the south has specialized on in the last 20+ years, and the beats are clean and crisp, you don’t want to interrupt any of the songs. When there are times 7evenThirty comes off like a strong man of spirit, you can hear hints of Snoop Dogg in every way he twists his words, sentences, and verses, he understands what to do and more importantly, he understands himself, his capabilities, and how to build on it. Hearing Sean Price in “Hook Heavy” is indeed heavy and I would not mind hearing a full EP or album from these guys. In the end, there is no absolute solution to the problem in question but The Problem will help you to see yourself a little better and aim towards a better locality and world around you.
Diabolic is throwing out new songs left and right in support of his album Fightin’ Words and now with help from Sean Price and Vinnie Paz, he’s throwing out another. This one is called “Game Time”, which is literal and metaphorical, as it should be. As for that album, it’s only a matter of time before September 16th is here.
When you’re yelled at by your mom to run into the house, you don’t want to hear that scream followed by a belt buckle as you know you’re going to get beat inside. But this is not that type of song, Bruse Wane
is not about that for this adventure, nor is Sean Price, who joins him in what they’re calling “Beat Inside” so in the words of Wane himself, chill, then relax.
A little over a month ago, I posted a new song by 7evenThirty called “Hook Heavy”
which teamed him up with Sean Price. On the first day of Julym we can now see the visual representation of that song that will be heard in full on his album The Problem
, due out next week Tuesday.
Crummie Beats is the individual responsible for putting together this new joiunt by Illa Ghee called “Speak To ‘Em”, to find its way on the Social Graffiti coming out on the 8th of July. To make the song special, it features a guest spot from Sean Price.
7evenThirty has a new track for 2014 that will continue to be part of the reason to listen and pay attention to him. A better reason to listen? Sean Price fits himself within the track and… you need another reason? See the song title “Hook Heavy”? Now formulate that concept within the mind. Yes, now press play and… no, better yet, download it and then press play. A lot.
Wait, you want another reason to seal the deal? Production from Gensu Dean. BOOM, cue Jamaican horns.