A.Z.

As Kid Cudi cited, life can be rather unpredictable, which led him to postpone his “Especial” tour citing production issues and personal strife. Today, he counters the unfortunate news with the release of “Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven.”

Ghostface Killah unleashes yet another AZ-assisted heater from his upcoming 36 Seasons album, due to release on December 9. This track is titled “Blood In The Streets.”

Gather around the proverbial campfire to hear rap veterans Ghostface Killah and AZ tell a street story on “Double Cross.”

It would behoove all Hip-Hop fans to pay attention to what Cormega’s been doing. As one of New York City’s most prolific, yet most underrated lyricists, the Queensbridge native returns with “MARS (Dream Team),” featuring AZ, Redman, and Styles P.

Hip-Hop had New York City at the forefront of the fashion wave during the 90s. With that in mind, Ronnie Fieg’s Kith NYC created a classic ode to that era via the “New York Native – 1996” capsule collection.

Make way for a veteran in the one and only AZ, who returns today with his highly anticipated Last Of A Dying Breed II mixtape. This should whet appetites until the wordsmith liberates Doe or Die II later this year.

AZ hasn’t lost a step with the pen game, and returns today with a new freestyle that proves it. This time Drake’s “Jodeci (Freestyle)” was the beat of choice for the Brooklyn veteran and his partner in rhyme Farrah Burns.

The Game wanted his record label to be called Rolex Records, but the folks over at Rolex shut that down. Now, the West Coast rapper has switched his imprint to The Firm (another title that’s already been used in rap).

The legendary Brooklyn rapper AZ is back with a new mixtape, L.O.D.B. (Last Of  A Dying Breed), that spans his nearly 20-year rap career. The collection features a number rare tracks and freestyles.

After a recent string of new visuals and tracks, it’s safe to say that AZ is back. With that, we receive another quality treatment for his Doe Or Die II track “We Movin.”

It took a while, but AZ is finally gearing up to release his long-awaited album Doe Or Die II – the follow up to his 1995 classic. With that, the Brooklyn MC unveils the first single called “We Movin.”

AZ unveils visuals for the “Thank You” freestyle he dropped a little over a week ago. The track features the Brooklyn rapper kicking rhymes over a range of familiar Hip-Hop breaks courtesy of DJ Doo Wop, some soulful and others more gritty.