Stay out of the water.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
The two longtime collaborators have finally linked up for their first full-length album.
What's a little friendly competition between siblings?
The Detroit MC delivers some explanatory visuals for his urban dictionary-esque single.
Listen to "Ron Carter" by Step Brothers, Alchemist and Evidence.
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/alchemist">Alchemist</a> has a lot of fun with old Coca-Cola commercial soundbytes and even got Bam Bam to join in on the action.
Everything about the Durag Dynasty's "Fish Meat" video makes us want to break out the camouflage and workman Timbs.
Prodigy and Alchemist follow up their last strong outing (2007's Return of the Mac) with Albert Einstein to strong success, meshing together the beatsmith's grimy production with the rapper's reinvigorated rhymes.
Mobb Deep is still doing shows as a group, but what has <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2012/08/havoc-speaks-on-prodigy-mobb-deep">been heard cannot be unheard</a> so fans know the group's a shell of itself at this point.
Killing time and flipping through Hip-Hop Wired's <a href="http://hiphopwired.com/2012/10/05/wired-25-the-25-best-producers-in-hip-hop-right-now/#cVhqmG3qSeIJPiBb.99">"The 25 Best Producers In Hip-Hop Right Now"</a> started an internal debate we decided to carry over for a larger discussion.
After the success of last year’s Covert Coup collaboration with New Orleans emcee Curren$y, Alchemist links up with the latest model of lyrically talented pothead, Odd Future’s Domo Genesis.
Here’s the thing about Alchemist: he’s all over the musical map.