From Marco Polo himself:
The Newport Authority 2 album was inspired by politics & industry bullsh*t that prevented this material from being included on PA2: The Director’s Cut. Shylow and I went in and created a separate album to hold people over until PA2 drops in July. Attached with Intro, interludes and fully mixed & mastered by Joe Nardone. With confidence I can say this is not a mix tape. It will also be available on vinyl LP via Fat Beats for the heads that appreciate physical product, because I still do. I’ve included songs I recorded with legends such as Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Tragedy Khadafi, Lil Fame and The Artifacts. But, I’ve also got joints on here with some talented up and comers such as First Division, MidaZ and Big Gutta. Plus the sh*t is free – so enjoy!
I don’t think this really needs any kind of introduction. Chance drops off the video for Smoke Again which features Ab-Soul. Mr. Bennett looks to have a big 2013 and that journey continues tomorrow as he releases Acid Rap, which I’m sure will jam from the get-go.
I haven’t heard anything from this collective in a while. I guess Khalil was lacing heatrocks for others while Chace Infinite was volunteering his vocals for rap projects and time for home work (his career). Glad to see them together, and grinding.
Well, if this isn’t a pleasant surprise. I didn’t know anything about this series. Giant Step is known for releasing jazz and funk albums. But taking on something as far as a Shafiq Husayn production? Yeah. Worth the money.
Finally!!! A video for this dope ass collaboration. I didn’t know it would be so artistic, though. I am still with it, though. Joey Bada$$ is doing is thing. He is perservering. He is getting his. Period.
Houston emcee Roosh Williams drops off the latest track from his upcoming project, Deja Roo: Times Have Changed, in the form of It’s A Beautiful Thing. Produced by Trakksounds, It’s A Beautiful Thing is a funky and jazzy track where Roosh enlists Action Bronson and both drop off eloquent verses. So press play, drop the top, and ride out to Roosh’s latest release.