Craig G, former Juice Crew member, has a new project in the works called Ramblings Of An Angry Old Man (I can hear the jokes flying my way now) dropping on Halloween. Heaven & Hell, a dope track, has a feature from Styles P and is on available on iTunes now.
Brooklyn-born, Vermont Transplant and now Colorado resident BURNTmd borrows a chapter from Kool G. Rap’s rap pages with the Reef Ali produced “Smooth Criminal Part II,” the latest leak off his forthcoming project Not So Black & White, which drops next Tuesday, June 12th. Ironically, another Juice Crew member makes a fitting contribution to the song’s smoothness, with a guest feature from the Queensbridge battle legend, Craig G. For good measure, Europe’s 1991 DMC Champion DJ Grazzhoppa cuts up a scratch chorus which swipes a bevy of quotables from Nas, Eazy-E, Big Daddy Kane and more. Stay tuned for Not So Black & White.
01. Show Stoppa
02. PhilMadBurnt (ft. Phil The Agony)
03. Stormy Monday (ft. Ramiz)
04. Brain Tumors Part 2 (ft. Main Flow) [Smimooz Remix]
05. Feed Em All (ft. Al-j & DJ Emoh Betta)
06. Smooth Criminal (ft. Craig G)
07. GTDMIB (ft. Phil The Agony)
08. Catscratch Fever
09. Not So Black & White
10. Smooth Criminal (ft. Craig G)
11. Takin’ It Back
12. Smugglers Notch (ft. Keith Murray)
13. BuddhaFingah (ft. DJ Grazzhoppa)
14. Medicine Ball (ft. Copywrite & Planet Asia)
15. Smokin (ft. Jesse Taylor)
16. Mandrill Sunchild
17. BurntEdRock (ft. The Effective Dose & Jay Psaros) [Live at Nectars]
18. Soul Snatcha (ft. Phil The Agony)
19. Take My Breath Away
Check out this early leak from Agartha Audio & Taiyamo Denku’s upcoming Uncommon Records release, Quadrofiendia. Road Is Ruff features 2 true legends in Craig G and Sadat X! Quadrofiendia will be released in June and will feature Masai Bey, Teddy Faley, L.I.F.E. Long, Shyheim and more and entirely produced by Agartha Audio (The Hollow Earth, MF Borat, Tales from the Cafetorium) for Taiyamo Denku (Articles of Mind, W.A.S.T.E.L.A.N.D.S.).
Haha. I don’t know how true this is but MC Shan is airing it all out in MC Shan’s True Stories Vol. 1. This one is about Marley Marl not paying up or producing tracks in where he was credited. I’m posting this up because more of you need to see this.