“Uniting the reclusive Yasiin Bey aka Mos Def with the legend of Soul, The Reverend Al Green, to bring you Love & Happiness in the
J Rawls’ latest release, The Legacy is available now. Surprisingly Rawls only touches the boards once, on the final track Best Producer on the Mic
Press play and go into headnod mode as Quartermaine gives you a sociology lesson from his Quarter Life Crisis album. Held down by Kev Brown’s
Kev Brown recently released his Random Joints album and if you copped the deluxe version, you also got the Beat Tape Joints Vol 1 45. Creatively titled Stevie Thunda, it doesn’t take much to know who this sample comes from, but know that Kev flipped it and this will make you want to dance.
I don’t know what else we can say about this dope release! Well, now we can at least talk about this dope remix provided by
To make sure you remember that The Al Green album (phys) drops tomorrow ReDefinition Records has released a mix by DJ Mekalek that’s super dope.