- Geek & Sci-Fi
Ya boy doesn't fail to impress, even on a one verse track.
The temperature's rising.
Kweli releases two new tunes from his upcoming <em>Gravitas</em> LP.
"When I finally catch a certain rapper, I'ma punch him in his face until my hand breaks/ Or until his jaw and cheek bones shatter/ Whatever comes first, on sight, no hand shakes" Clearly, Guilty Simpson's feeling right at home on "I'm The City.
In order to remind both new jacks and anyone who forget their history who the original Sosa is, AZ delivers his latest mixtape, Last Of A Dying Breed Pt.
Leave it to the youngest in charge to deliver a strike in the direction of Kendrick Lamar.
Joey Bada$$ has been <a href="http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/news/id.24054/title.joey-bada-summer-knights-mixtape-release-date-/">playing around with the format</a> for his upcoming project, Summer Knights, but if the first single is any indication, we can expect more of the '90s-inspired rhyme-slinging that fueled his breakout mixtape, <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2012/06/download-joey-badass-1999">1999</a>.
"If she can tell it's a Louie smell I scoop her, In a black-bluish SL, bumpin' Luther.
Joell Ortiz drops a visual for <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/04/joell-ortiz-roll-deep">"Roll Deep,"</a> the Statik Selektah-produced joint off Flex’s latest tape.
Joell and Statik together for their usual magic on "Roll Deep," highlighted by Joell's usual round of lyrical jabs and the sample of a Puerto Rock anthem.
Soulful vocal samples and melancholy keys punctuate “Birds Eye View,” the first single from Statik Selektah’s new album.
Action Bronson is one of the few rappers that can get away with making fart noises on a Funkmaster Flex project.
Instant honorable mention for our <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2012/12/album-covers-list#page/1">album covers of the year list</a>.
Joey Bada$$ and Pro-Era are a crew of kids with rap ears way beyond their years.
The video for "Fromdatomb$" is bittersweet.
It seems that Statik Selektah has always preferred to work with strictly spitters, which is exactly why his first collaboration with Jon Connor sounds so potent.
Strong Arm Steady and producer extraordinaire Statik Selektah release the Jerome D.