I’ve returned and brought with me some new heat from Meyhem Lauren and company. Only the real will remember that bonus round in Street Fighter II where you got to use your bare fists to recklessly smash a luxury sedan down to the frame for extra points. Harry Fraud on the production.
Meyhem Lauren links up with Ice Rocks for “Fly Counterparts” off of More Cashmere EP. The limited edition vinyl is available only at ChoppedHerringRecords.com.
Meyhem Lauren releases the latest set of visuals off of the Silk Pyramids LP, produced entirely by Buckwild. Mey kicks it off by eating a bowl of cereal off of a gigantic ass. Legendary. #NSFW
Finally, Meyhem Lauren releases his collaboration album with producer Buckwild, entitled Silk Pyramids. Cop that on iTunes today, crumbs. Stream the album below and find guest appearances by Action Bronson, AG Da Coroner, Troy Ave, Retch, PF Cuttin, Troy Ave, Himanshu, and Thirstin Howl III.
Meyhem Lauren offers up a Queens tribute to pave the way for his upcoming collaboration with Buckwild entitled Silk Pyramids. Look for that on May 27th.
A Front-Free favorite, Meyhem Lauren is dropping a joint album with producer Buckwild entitled Silk Pyramids on May 27th on Thrice Great Records and I’m ecstatic. Here’s one of the first loose joints. Laurenovich.
“Never trust a connect without sandals”
Word. Meyhem Lauren and J-Love placed this gem on the Digital Camo EP. Cop that at Chopped Herring Records.
From Ill Bill’s The Grimy Awards LP. Cop that here.
Before Action Bronson became the hipster-media darling he is today, Action Bronson was already releasing some of the best music of his career. Do yourself a favor and go check out some of his older albums and mixtapes. While the songs on last year’s Saaab Stories EP were very “now”, Bronson’s never been afraid to tap into some of that 90’s NY energy with great aplomb, coming up with gems more often than not. Once you get past the wild personality, rhyme skills, and image, you’ll find Bronson’s always had an ear for production, forming a strong bond with the producers he works with, which obviously builds the chemistry in-studio. Hopefully, more rappers learn from that blueprint.
- Get Off My P.P. :: Sampling Dizzy Gillespie’s “A Night In Tunisia”, Tommy Mas gives Bronson an awesome track here. In return, Bronson encourages rappers to get off of other rapper’s johnsons and develop their own styles. If an album ever needed a now-that-I’m-famous re-release, it’s Dr. Lecter, the debut for the Queens MC.
- Typhoon Rap :: Bronson’s homie Meyhem Lauren wisely pulled Bronson into the rap game and onto this song, which is actually in Lauren’s catalog. This video is hilariously bad and I’m assuming it’s intentional.
- Barry Horowitz :: One thing that Bronson brings to the table in trademark fashion is obscure and seemingly arbitrary sports and wrestling references, not to mention sick wordplay and amusing videos.
- Not Enough Words :: On Well-Done, Bronson teamed up with DJ/producer Statik Selektah for a plethora of jams, including this one.
- Imported Goods :: This song is simply amazing to ride to when it’s nice out. This one came from Bronson’s 2011 mixtape Bon Appetit…Bitch.
This dropped some time ago, but was dope to me, so I posted it. Das Racist has always been an acquired taste and on the solo tip, Kool AD is no different. His flow will trick you into thinking his rhymes are lazy, but paying attention rewards you with the realization that dude is actually very skillful and deliberate with his rhymes.