Beanie Sigel is back and is aiming his always top notch lyricism to vent about the recent events major headlines in the new single “Still Public Enemy”. With sinister production production provided by Streetrunner and Tarik Azzouz, no topic from Black Lives Matter to Sandra Bland and Mike Brown is off limits as Beans shows why he will always be regarded as one of the best emcees to ever come from Philly. Listen below and share your comments and/or ratings.
Joe Budden returns back to attack mode with the release of the new Drake diss track “Afraid”. This is in response to Drake not changing his verse in his latest featured song “No Shopping” by French Montana. In listening to this and the other songs by Budden in response to Drake all I can say is this definitely going to be something as simple as doing “Back To Back”. Stream/downlown “Afraid” below and share your comments and/or ratings.
Joe Budden utilizes the instrumental to Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar’s single “Freedom” from her album Lemonade in his latest release. Addressing the recent chain of events involving the murder of Philando Castile, Eric Garner, Sandra Bland and much more, Budden takes a much needed break from his dissing of Drake to release by far one of his best and socially necessary songs to date. Any true fan of Budden’s will appreciate this song. Any person living and witnessing what’s going on at this current time will undoubtedly agree that this is what music should be like in regards to capturing current society. Listen below and share your comments and/or ratings.
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Ras Kass and Statik Selektah do what they do best in the collaborative track “Promised Land”. In a league of his own when it comes to addressing sociopolitical topics, Ras uses the Statik Selektah to speak on police shooting unarmed black men, the Black Lives Matter movement and other relevant political topics. Scratches on the track are provided by Statik and inDJnous, helped out with soulful vocals by Washeyi Choir. Listen below and share your comments and/or ratings.
Producer Antman Wonder lets loose “Rough Saturday” featuring singer Dayna Watkins on vocals and Ant’s brother FDR doing additional drumming. Continuing his theme work for the nostalgia for the feel of an old school Saturday morning cartoon, Ant shows why he’s earned his way to become one of the most sought out new producers/musicians in Hip-Hop. This track is actually a rough track from an unreleased album Ant was working on but lost due to a hard drive crash. Listen below and share your comments and/or ratings.