Brooklyn stand up! There’s a new Hip-Hop super group for the heads about to represent the most thorough of boroughs and it’s featuring Joey Bada$$, the Flatbush Zombies, and The Underachievers.

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As promised, Flatbush Zombies deliver their long-awaited debut album 3001: A Laced Odyssey.

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Tomorrow (Mar. 10), four years of blood, sweat, tears, and building a strong fanbase will culminate for Flatbush Zombies, as the group delivers their debut album 3001: A Laced Odyssey. Before then, they offer fans one last teaser with “This Is It.”

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Dreamville’s own Bas has been laying low, save for a solo song and guest appearance on the Revenge of the Dreamers compilation project. But that all changes today with “Methylone,” the latest release from his forthcoming album Too High To Riot (due in stores March 11).

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The Game delivered The Documentary 2 and The Documentary 2.5 a week apart back in October, providing fans with 36 tracks to feast on (not including an iTunes bonus cut).

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Tan Boys representative Bodega Bamz keeps it all in his New York City family on his new track “Bring Em Out,” featuring Flatbush Zombies.

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Today, Hip-Hop Wired highlights a new track by Future in Wired Tracks. Continuing his “Monster Monday” campaign and keeping in mind that the NCAA tournament is just around the corner, he delivers a track called “March Madness.”

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Converse lets go of “Modern Mayhem,” the fourth track set to release on their upcoming CONS EP VOL. 2. This cut features Flatbush Zombies and Sacramento punk band Trash Talk.

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Scenes get trippy in Flatbush Zombies and Trash Talk’s visual for “97.92.” Credit that to the H3Pro7 device that directors APlusFilmz and Pier Pictures used to shoot it.


Following the release of “Red Light, Green Light” and the overall success of the “Day of the Dead” music series, Flatbush Zombies are set to invade their native Brooklyn during an upcoming Converse Rubber Tracks Live show.

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Flatbush Zombies continues their “Day of the Dead” music series with a grim tune titled “Red Light, Green Light.” The cut features Espa and production by The Architect.

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Flatbush Zombies kept their “Day of the Dead” series rolling over the weekend with a cut titled “Get Yours,” featuring songstress Diamante. This cut greatly differs from “Don’t Do Drugs Kids.”