Quiet as kept, Smoke DZA released a career-defining concept album with Dream.ZONE.Achieve at the top of April.
Last night, the greatest event in sports entertainment, better known as Wrestlemania XXX, invaded television sets across to the world. To mark the annual occasion, rapper Smoke DZA and production team 183rd debuted the Ringside 2 EP for your listening pleasure.
It’s the first day of April, yet Hip-Hop fans have already received some quality albums to kick off the year properly. Today, Smoke DZA enters his name into the pool of potential fan favorites with the Dream.ZONE.Achieve LP.
Smoke DZA’s Dream.ZONE.Achieve releases in just a few hours, but that didn’t stop the New Yorker from debuting one final track called “Fhvt BVsturd,” featuring Joey Bada$$.
We see what Smoke DZA did here. To name a track “Ghost Of Dipset” is one thing, but for it to actually feature Cam’ron infers that the spirit of the Harlem collective is ever present.
Harlem’s own Smoke DZA is coming for blood on his upcoming Dream.ZONE.Achieve LP. Previous releases from the project infer that he’s taken his talents to levels unforeseen by fans and that remains consistent on a CJ Fly-assisted song titled “ZONE.”
Big K.R.I.T. added some steam to his Cadillactica campaign with his #WEEKOFKRIT series. On days six, the Def Jam lyricists offers up a treat titled “Steps,” featuring Big Sant and Smoke DZA.
New York City could have another record to champion when Smoke DZA releases his Dream.ZONE.Achieve April 1. Today, the Harlem native unveiled the artwork and tracklist to heighten anticipation.
One project we’re excited for is Smoke DZA’s Dream.ZONE.Achieve. It’s unclear which songs will appear or the LP and which will not, but revel in the moments of releases like “Hearses,” featuring Ab-Soul.
It seems Cam’ron is prepping quite a comeback. He recent unveiled his custom capes with designer Mark McNairy during New York Fashion Week. HOT 97‘s own Miss Info caught up with the self proclaimed “Cape God” to talk about the line and other upcoming projects.
Smoke DZA moved into the new year with steady output, and this continues with a visual for “Legends In The Making (Ashtray Pt. 2).” With Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa alongside, the Harlem native presents a cinematic tale.
Being completely is something to relish in. That’s the message on a new tune by Smoke DZA, titled “Black Independence,” featuring poet J Ivy.
We’ve all seen the video, but now comes the angst and agitation. Last night in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Trinidad James$ performed at Converse’s Rubber Tracks Studios where he took a blatant shot at the birthplace of Hip-Hop. Today, Maino, Smoke DZA and more spoke up on their city’s behalf.
A veteran MC any Hip-Hop fan should definitely be hip to is Strong Arm Steady member Krondon. He recently unleashed “Breathe,” a track from his upcoming Everything’s Nothing project for your listening pleasure.
Smoke DZA connects with two fellow marijuana enthusiasts in Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y on a track dedicated to their favorite pastime. Titled “Legends In the Making (Ashtray Pt. 2),” the trio remind listeners that they’re not to be trifled with.