Archive for February 3, 2017

Wale – Groundhog Day

Posted in 1 on February 3, 2017 by bobbybounce

Wale sees fit to release a new video for his track of the same name, the Jake One produced cut that he used to respond to J.Cole’s “False Prophets” back in December. This is a special extended version that more than doubles the length of the track and man, he goes off.

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Casanova ft. Young M.A., Fabolous, Dave East & Don Q – Don’t Run (Remix)

Posted in 1 on February 3, 2017 by bobbybounce

A few days after making noise with his “Don’t Run” remix, Brooklyn’s Casanova drops the official video. The clip finds Cas, Fabolous, Young M.A., Dave East and Don Q playing the club while a few thotties scheme on the shines. A few days after making noise with his “Don’t Run” remix, Brooklyn’s Casanova drops the official video.

Your Old Droog & Wiki – What Happened To Fire? (EP)

Posted in 1 on February 3, 2017 by bobbybounce

 

Well now, this is a good look. Your Old Droog and Wiki of RATKING connect for a surprise 5-track EP that asks, What Happened To Fire? Apparently, fire is still out there as the two MCs team up over beats by Black Milk, RTNC, Statik Selektah, Tony Seltzer and a dual-production from !llmind and araabMUZIK.

DIGITAL DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE AT letterracer.com

WIKI x YOUR OLD DROOG

1. We Like Ourselves (Prod. Black Milk)
2. What Happened to Fire? (Prod. RTNC & Droog)
3. Vigilantes (Prod. Statik Selektah)
4. Parlay (Prod. Aarab Musik and Illmind)
5. Facts 3 (Prod. Tony Seltzer)

ADDITIONAL INSTRUMENTATION
Edan – Guitar on “What Happened to Fire?”

Talib Kweli & Styles P – Last Ones

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With uncertainty and fear drowning us on a daily basis, I can’t think of a better time than now for a joint album from Talib Kweli and Styles P. The pair have a long history of bodying verses together and imparting knowledge to the masses, so I’d have a hard time imaginging a scenario where this won’t be a classic. Today they share their first single from The Seven LP, “Last Ones”, as in the last of a dying breed.