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14 April, 2011 6:18 pm

‘Mega’s next LP, Raw Forever, will be a 2-disc set, with the second disc featuring music performed with The Revelations. Meet them in the clip above.

3 March, 2011 6:09 am

Cormega “Rapture” from Q-Butta on Vimeo. Directed by Q-Butta Films.

11 February, 2011 3:35 am

J-Love just released this single on Itunes, in support of his forthcoming Egotistical Maniac LP, hitting March 1st. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] LISTEN: J-Love – “Tricks Of The Street” (feat. Kool G. Rap, Cormega, Roc Marciano)

3 February, 2011 5:02 am

Mega preps for his collaborative performance with The Revelations with this live-instrumentated remix of his recent single. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] LISTEN: Cormega – “Journey (Revelations Remix)” via: IDC

17 January, 2011 7:54 pm

Directed & Edited by Dante Luna, Co-Directed & Produced by Edu Leedz. Beat Produced by Matty Trump. Al- J “Unforgivable Blakness” and Yusuf Abdul Mateen “Fear of a White Muslim” Avail Now @

6 September, 2010 5:04 am

J-Love & Meyhem Lauren bring the undeniable Cormega to complete the vocal triangle on “It’s Like”…by the way, If you have never heard one of J-Love’s mandatory mixtapes, dedicated to one legendary artist at a time, then I will insist you correct this flaw by going to

19 May, 2010 12:49 am

AZ says he’s got Pete Rock, Buckwild, Moss, Frank Duke, lined up for Doe Or Die 2, and he’s trying to get Premier and Kanye West. Meanwhile, The Firm 2 is underway, with joints recorded between AZ, Foxy, Cormega, and Nature – but nothing has been done with Nas yet.

3 March, 2010 1:42 am

Survival got him buggin’, but he’s alive on arrival… More fire from Inspectah Deck’s Manifesto, dropping any day now. Cormega joins in the fray. Inspectah Deck + Cormega – “Born Survivor” (MP3)

22 June, 2009 10:29 pm

On June 30th, E1 Music will release the new album from “Wu-Tang”, entitled “Chamber Music”. That is not to be confused with The Wu-Tang Clan, it’s just labeled as “Wu-Tang”. What does this mean exactly? Lord knows, there have been tons of albums with the Wu insignia on them over the years, some used to [cont.]

2 March, 2005 12:00 am

     The Testament is one of Hip Hop’s premier throw back albums.  It was intended to be released in 1997 on Def Jam, however, the label felt Mega lacked the superstar quality needed to succeed and the album was shelved indefinitely.  Since then fans have sought after The Testament for years.  Now after eight long [cont.]

23 February, 2005 12:00 am

HipHopSite: We’ll get into The Testament, but first I want to speak about the recent passing of ODB.  What was your reaction when you heard ODB passed? The passing of ODB is a tragic lose.  ODB’s death just showed us how mortal we all are.  It can happen to anybody.  But ODB’s death also left [cont.]

25 May, 2004 12:00 am

“What up with Cormega?/ Did you see him, are y’all together?” – Nas from “One Love”      The lines above from the classic ’94 album Illmatic served as the excellent introductory platform for Mega Montana to step up and get his own in the game. But even the co-signing from an established emcee, and in [cont.]

1 January, 2002 12:00 am

Cormega is one of those rare artists that after dealing with a fair amount of label politics, continued to work his ass off and do whatever it took to get out of his deal with Def Jam, and release a solid debut album, which came in the form of last year’s The Realness. After such a [cont.]

1 January, 2001 12:00 am

 What does Cormega have in common with Large Professor and J-Live? Well, like the aforementioned, Cormega’s aborted Def Jam  debut, The Testament, gained notoriety for being one of the most celebrated unreleased LP’s in hip-hop history. What the S.O.S.A. EP did for former Firm cohort, AZ, the heavily bootlegged Testament had a similar ripple effect for Mega, [cont.]

1 January, 1997 12:00 am

As much as I’ve tried to like Cormega (and honestly, it hasn’t been too much of an effort), I still think he’s yet another Mobb Deep  knock-off who’s trying to come illmatic but jams up in the chamber. “Take Mine” has a vaguely likable, stripped-down minimalist beat but what can you do with verses like, [cont.]

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