Some consider Jay Electronica a rap prophet. Others say he is Hip-Hop culture’s equivalent to a mythical figure–one who drops music when he damn well pleases. However, fans on both sides are equally excited when he drops new music, or even an old loosie like “Holladay,” which hit the Internets today.
Curren$y offers listeners an audible delight with a New Orleans touch, as he debuts his new, leading single “Bottom of the Bottle,” featuring August Alsina and Lil Wayne.
Long Beach, Calif. is quickly becoming a hotbed for new rap talent. Boogie, a relative newcomer in the fold, arrives today with a new track called “Further.”
Anytime the Pro Era clique is in the building, it’s safe to assume that they’ll have lyrics to go. At least, such was the case during Joey Bada$$ and Kirk Knight‘s recent appearance on the DJ Semtex Show over the pond.
After premiering the song in Toronto earlier this month, Joey Bada$$ delivers the CDQ for “Amethyst Rockstar,” featuring fellow Pro Era rhymer Kirk Knight.
Pro Era returns with a visual for “School High,” one of the more playful jams from their 2012 mixtape PEEP: The aPROcalypse. A certain leafy green plant was the motivation behind the cut, driven by smooth percussion and keys from the track’s sample, “Sometimes” by Bilal.