Ransom and Statik Selektah appear on The Breakfast Club to speak on their new project, The Proposal.
Off The Proposal, in stores now.
Available for iTunes & Amazon digital purchase on October 1st, 2013, courtesy of Statik Selektah’s Showoff Records imprint.
Official music video off Extended Play, out now on Duck Down/Showoff. Directed by Smokestack.
From The Proposal, out Oct 1st.
First leak off Ransom & Statik Selektah’s 10 song project The Proposal out September 10th on Showoff/Presidential Lifestyle.
Statik tells us: “My beat for the public/NY MCs with 2 open 16s in response to Kendricks DOPE ass verse… if NYC cats are gonna go in, heres a beat i had in the stash that i just added cuts to today! Lets see what people got….”
Statik Selektah has rapidly risen through the ranks as one of the most solid and consistent producers in the game. Over the past few years alone, he managed to release collaborative albums with each Action Bronson, Freddie Gibbs, Bumpy Knuckles, Freeway, Termanology, and others, all while continuing to release annual solo LP’s. While we’ve seen [cont.]
This time around on Rhythm Roulette, Mass Appeal linked up with Boston bred and Brooklyn based producer/turntablist Statik Selektah. After putting the ceremonial blindfold on, getting those fingers dusty, and heading back to the studio- Statik created one hell of a dope beat for us, and then put the finishing touches on with a quick [cont.]
Statik Selektah recreates the beat for “Bird’s Eye View” step by step. Watch as he arranges the instrumental, adding scratches and original organ notes. He then explains how it was originally for an unreleased Nas remix, but ended up getting Raekwon, Joey Bada$$ and Black Thought on the track.
Statik Selektah’s Extended Play is out today, and this cut was included, but without the Onyx samples. Here is the original version of the track. “Wishin’ I could go back once / man I miss the old New York / might fuck around and get fronts.” – Joell
Statik Selektah’s Extended Play hits Tuesday, June 18th, and will sell more than Kanye West, Mac Miller, and J. Cole combined. ;)
Statik Selektah gets Smif N Wessun & Flatbush Zombies for the latest track off his upcoming Extended Play album out June 18th on Showoff Records/Duck Down Music.
Another leak from Tony Touch’s The Piece Maker 3: Return Of The 50 MC’s, hitting July 9th. It's A Queens Thing by Action Bronson and Kool G Rap
Directed by Guy Blelloch, from the album Extended Play, hitting June 18th.
Statik Selektah gets Lecrae, Posdnuos of De La Soul and Termanology for the latest track off his upcoming ‘Extended Play’ album out June 18th on Showoff Records/Duck Down Music.
Pro Era’s Capital STEEZ (R.I.P.), Joey Bada$$ & CJ Fly team with Statik Selektah for this new track. “Capitalizing the name “Capital STEEZ” is now as good as remembering any credible historic leader leading a militant army of troops. “Like Water” is the visual stepping stone to what STEEZ lead for the listeners of revolutionary [cont.]
After learning that Kanye West, Mac Miller & J. Cole will also be dropping albums on June 18th, Statik Selektah heads to the Duck Down office to discuss his concerns with Dru Ha & Noah. Statik’s worries are alleviated after hearing Duck Down’s marketing plan to assure that his ‘Extended Play’ album, also dropping June [cont.]
From Doe Or Die 2, coming soon.
First single off Summer Knights, hitting June 12th.
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