the alchemist

Roc Marciano locks in with celebrated producer The Alchemist for their highly anticipated collaboration, The Elephant Man's Bones.

The Buffalo, N.Y. emcee flies the Griselda flag high while ALC continues to provide the Machine with amazing production.

A list of artists debuted full-length projects today, ranging from albums to mixtapes. That includes a free release from Inglewood’s own Casey Veggies (Customized Greatly Vol. 4: The Return of The Boy) and a collaborative joint from fellow producer-rappers Havoc and The Alchemist (The Silent Partner).

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Gnarls Barkley’s debut album St. Elsewhere, the group’s production leg Danger Mouse shares a remix of their breakout hit “Crazy.”

Chicago’s own Lil Durk debuts his new track “Trap House,” featuring Young Thug and Young Dolph.

Royce Da 5’9 drops a freebie EP titled Tabernacle: Trust the Shooter before his upcoming Layers album releases.

Jay Electronica, a prodigious MC if there ever was one, drops music when he damn well pleases, a trait that makes him a rap unicorn. Sticking to his “strategy,” he returns today with “The Curse Of Mayweather.”

California rapper Blu has taken to Twitter in times past to air out his feelings although the reasons behind his utterances has come under question. Blu went off once again via the social media tool, this time taking aim at past collaborators, Evidence and The Alchemist, and even called them racists.

Representing the West Coast, Fashawn and The Alchemist connected to create a joint project called FASH-ionably Late.

The in-game soundtrack on the next-gen version of Grand Theft Auto V sounds damn good. From it, we receive a new Action Bronson track called “Bad News,” featuring Danny Brown.

First things first, Prodigy snaps on this joint. As a birthday gift (Oct. 25) from himself to fans, the Alchemist drops a Mobb Deep joint “out of the stash” called “Biology.”

In advance of The Boondocks returning to television sets nationwide on April 21, Adult Swim unveils the first track from an accompanying mixtape releasing next week. Titled “The Boonies,” the cut features veteran MC Killer Mike and production by The Alchemist.