Let the beat play on.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
You know what? F*ck a lyric.
The Houston producer delivers 24 tracks of heat for us instrumental heads.
If you're familiar with YelaWolf's Trunk Muzik tapes, you know the cement-cracking beats are just as impactful as the Slumerican's rambunctious vocals.
9th Wonder always injects soul into his music and adds historic perspectives in and outside the classroom.
When you're part of a well-oiled collective like SMKA, standing alone aside from the brand isn't easy.
There's a lot to appreciate about Chanes' production.
Michigan producer 14KT knows the vehicle is usually the ultimate test for how long any music with last with the listener.
Looking for a little something fresh to get the weekend off to the right start.
Here's every aspiring rapper to pick up a Big K.
Familiar friend YOG$ drop his Ambient Pack, a two-song set leading up to his full instrumental project dropping towards the end of summer.
The other most prominent member of Surf Club steps back from the mic to focus solely on the boards.
Detroit emcee/producer Black Milk's instrumental EP goes by Synth or Soul.
There's not a wealth of info available for The Beat Tape Project's Wake Up: The Teddy Pendergrass Beat Tape.
Mexicans With Guns haven't been nearly as active as many of us would have liked the experimental soundman to be, but just about every record they've touched to date has pretty much turned to gold.
Rare is that we get to actually hear from Block Beattaz.
Young God and Kingston, collectively known as production duo Blue Sky Black Death, shared Aquatic Reverie with the Internuts last week.
If you've seen Curren$y perform across the country as part of any of his tours, then you've seen E.
Some projects just don't need the hassle of a rapper, as seen with <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2012/07/download-chase-n-cashe-verde-bea-tape" target="_blank">Chase's new creation</a>.