Cormega describes the determination that has led to his ongoing longevity and legacy. He talks about his thoughts on the current New York Hip Hop sound, meeting with Joey Bada$$ and the UK’s Fazer and Skepta.
From Loyalty Digital: “Sadat X has spent the last two years preparing an album a whole generation of Hip-Hop fans have been waiting for. On January 20, 2015 Sadat will deliver “Never Left”, a project that celebrates his illustrious career and serves as a testament to New York City’s continued ability to fit in today’s [cont.]
Music video for Reflection performed by Cormega, from the album Mega Philosophy. Acapella performed for maximum impact.
Extended posse cut remix with an all new beat of Cormega’s “Industry,” from the Mega Philosophy LP.
From the album, Mega Philosophy, available now.
Classic QB posse cut from producer Hazardis Soundz, in preparation for the upcoming CNN records. Ain’t mad at for Capone for making a Pharcyde reference…
20 years ago, Nas mentioned his friend Cormega on a song called “One Love,” which was composed as a letter to someone in prison: “Night time is more trife than ever / What up with Cormega? Did you see him? Are y’all together? / If so then hold the fort down, represent to the fullest [cont.]
Members of the legendary Juice Crew weigh in on Cormega’s outspoken track from Mega Philosophy, “Industry”. Produced by The Large Professor.
Queensbridge legend and one time member of The Firm, Cormega, returns with his first new album in several years, Mega Philosophy. Under the watchful eye of The Large Professor, whom produces the entire thing, Cormega’s latest is less about the struggle, and more about life lessons he’s learned throughout his time in the rap game. [cont.]
Directed By Chris Krook, from the Mega Philosophy LP, produced entirely by Large Pro, available now.
Produced by Large Professor, from Cormega’s Mega Philosophy LP, available today.
From the forthcoming LP, Carry On Tradition from Chicago-based producer, A-Villa. Carry On Tradition will be released 9/23 via Closed Sessions and features appearances by: Big K.R.I.T., Action Bronson, Kool G Rap, Joell Ortiz, Freeway, Michael Christmas, Roc Marciano, N.O.R.E., Macie Stewart, AZ, Havoc, Freddie Gibbs, Tree, and many more.
Last week, legendary emcee and lyrical genius, Cormega (Mega), premiered “Rap Basquiat” the third song released from his long anticipated LP, Mega Philosophy. The disc produced entirely by Large Professor (Main Source) is a must-have for any fan of east coast hip-hop boasting emcee collaborations with heavyweights such as Raekwon, AZ, Nature, Black Rob, Styles [cont.]
From the upcoming Mega Philosophy LP.
“Industry” the first official single off the Mega Philosophy album! Production by Large Professor. Artwork by Ibrahim Sincere. Mixed and Mastered by Hazardis Soundz. Limited edition red vinyl of the release can be purchased from here.
J-Love grabs Tony Starks and Mega Montana on this track from his Not Designed To Quit mixtape, today released for free download.
Legendary emcee Sadat X teams up with Cormega for this soulful record called “On fire” The duo go back and fourth about their legacy’s while they spit about still remaining hot. Sadat X’ upcoming album “New York Never Left” drops June 24th.
From the Snowgoons produced LP, WakeDaFucUp, due March 18th.
Flood Gates opening soon.
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