New music from Mr. Wonderful, coming this March 24th.
As heard on Action Bronson’s eighth episode of “Fuck, That’s Delicious.”
Fash and Al deliver their 7-track Fash-ionably Late EP, as well as the video for “Never Waiting In Vein.” Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
Step Brothers help out on this cut from the album The Diam Piece, available now.
14 minutes with Alchemist & King Los recorded in the 3 AM hour.
‘Shut Up And Rap’ Features M.O.P., Inspectah Deck, Skyzoo, Torae, Willie The Kid, Slaine & REKS and Production from Billy Loman, The Alchemist, Statik Selektah and more. Shut Up And Rap will be released on 12-9-14 via Brick Records.
New music from the M-O-B-B of unknown origin. Alan The Chemist on the beat.
Al’s third volume of his Rapper’s Best Friend instrumental series, brings together some Mobb Deep beats and other loosies. Due September 30th. 01. The Red Carpet 02. Shut The F*ck Up 03. Tender Greens 04. Get It Forever 05. Break the Bank 06. Black Cocaine 07. The Myth 08. Trap Door 09. I.M.D.K.V. 10. Give [cont.]
“Rap Game Eric Clapton” teams with Bam Bam Bronson and ALC for this one off.
Produced by The Alchemist. Drops / sound effects by Whoo-Kid.
Recent signee to Freddie Gibbs’ ESGN imprint, Giftz, loads up this Alchemist instrumental for a quick freestyle.
With their collaborative album Trouble In The Neighborhood now in stores everywhere, former Little Brother member Rapper Big Pooh and West Coast emcee Roc C are unleashing “Get That Mutha”, a track off the album featuring Alchemist and Big Twinz. Featuring production from S1, Focus, and Evidence, Trouble In The Neighborhood is now available at [cont.]
Legendary NYC crew, D.I.T.C. will release The Remix Project on May 7th as a free album download via D.I.T.C.’s soon to be launched website courtesy of D.I.T.C. Entertainment and Slice of Spice. The website will be a hub for D.I.T.C. members which will feature exclusive merch bundles for “The Remix Project” while Slice of Spice [cont.]
First offering from the upcoming official Boondocks mixtape hitting April 16th, to celebrate the return of the series to Adult Swim (despite the lost of creator Aaron McGruder), on April 21st.
New music from Al and Budgie’s new Good Book project. Amazing flip of the original sample, as you’ll hear at the end of the track.
Second drop off of BAU Presents The Good Book by The Alchemist & Budgie, due April 11th. Produced by Budgie.
In a recent interview with Adra-Matic.Com, Alchemist spoke briefly about why he doesn’t usually produce for Eminem, despite being his DJ. He also reveals the artists he’d like to do full albums with, which includes MF Doom, Rakim, and JAY Z, among others. Read on: Adramatic.com: I’d like to know more about my two favorites [cont.]
The deluxe edition of Albert Einstein is in stores today, P=MC2, which features four new tracks.
Andre The Giant speaks to Eclipse at Sirius XM about the planned D.I.T.C. remix album, which will include work from each Alchemist, DJ Premier, Buckwild, and more.
Step Brothers members Alchemist and Evidence spoke to VladTV about new music they recorded with former Whooliganz member Scott Caan not too long ago, and how he “killed” Action Bronson on the track. The song currently doesn’t have a specified destination regarding where it will be released, but they both confidently stated that he definitely [cont.]
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