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Royce Da 5'9'
PRhyme (Awaiting Repress)PRhyme, the new duo which consists of Slaughterhouse's Royce Da 5'9 and the legendary DJ Premier, are gearing up to drop their self titled debut project. The project is set to have features from Jay Electronica, Schoolboy Q, Mac Miller, Slaughterhouse, Killer Mike, Common and Dwele.1. PRHYME
2. Dat Sound Good ft. Mac Miller & Ab Soul
3. U Looz
4. You Should Know ft. Dwele
6. Wishin' ft. Common
7. To Me, To U ft. Jay Electronica
8. Underground Kings ft. Killer Mike & Schoolboy Q
9. Microphone Preem ft. Slaughterhouse$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Book Of Ryan
Book of Ryan is the name of the upcoming album by American rapper Royce da 5'9. It will be his seventh studio album. Discussing the album in a HotNewHipHop interview, Royce has stated that the album will be a very personal one. The album features 20 tracks and features a guest appearance by North Carolina rhymer J. Cole.1. Intro
3. My Parallel (Skit)
5. God Speed
7. Who Are You (Skit)
9. Life Is Fair
10. Boblo Boat (feat. J. Cole)
12. Summer on Lock
16. Protecting Ryan (Skit)
17. Strong Friend
19. Stay Woke
20. First of the Month$29.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
PRhyme InstrumentalsPRhyme, released in December 2014, was a collabo album with DJ Premier and Royce Da 5'9". The album marked the first time that DJ Premier has been part of a group since being ½ of the legendary Gang Starr. All 9 DJ Premier tracks are presented here as instrumentals on vinyl. Sleeve is a blue variant of the original album cover.1. PRhyme (Instrumental)
2. Dat Sound Good (Instrumental)
3. U Looz (Instrumental)
4. You Should Know (Instrumental)
5. Courtesy (Instrumental)
6. Wishin' (Instrumental)
7. To Me, To You (Instrumental)
8. Underground Kings (Instrumental)
9. Microphone Preem (Instrumental)$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
FeverDetroit's rap scene just wouldn't be the same today without the presence, influence and dedication of Motor City pioneer Black Milk. For the last 2 decades, he has been a vital producing and rapping force who has put in work with the likes of Slum Village, J-Dilla, Royce da 5'9 and Danny Brown just to name a few. Black's resume also expands way past the Midwest - do your homework.
This month Black Milk gifts fans with a heavy project that touches on the sad state of affairs around the world. No topic was off limits on this release.
"It's a lot of shit going on in the world right now," the Detroit veteran told DJBooth about the LP. "The title FEVER is based off the hot and high temperatures that we're seeing with all of the different social issues that's happening right now. I'm speaking on some of those topics and expressing how I'm maneuvering through this era that we're in right now."
-Mikey Fresh (Vibe.com)1. unVEil (feat. Sudie)
2. But I Can Be (feat. Ab)
3. Could It Be
4. 2 Would Try (feat. Dwele)
5. Laugh Now Cry Later
6. True Lies
10. Foe Friend
11. Will Remain
12. You Like To Risk It All/ Things Will Never Be$23.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Trill O.G. The EpilogueTrill OG: The Epilogue is the fourth studio album by American rapper Bun B. The album features guest appearances from Big K.R.I.T., Lil' O, Pimp C, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Serani, Raekwon, Kobe, Royce da 5'9, C-Note, Big Hawk, Lil Boosie, E.S.G., Redman, Kirko Bangz, Devin the Dude, Trae tha Truth and Z-Ro among others.
Rapper Bun B (born Bernard Freeman) rose to fame in the duo UGK. Bun B and Pimp C formed UGK in the late '80s when their former crew, Four Black Ministers, fell apart. Based in Port Arthur, Texas, UGK signed with Jive, and with 1992's Too Hard to Swallow began a series of Southern gangsta rap albums that were successful sellers. Bun B formed the side project Mddl Fngz in 2000, but his main concern was still UGK. Things came to halt in 2003 when Pimp C was sentenced to eight years in prison on an aggravated gun assault charge. Bun B carried on solo, making numerous appearances on other artists' tracks and then in 2005 releasing both the mixtape Legends and his debut album, the Rap-a-Lot release Trill, a Top Ten hit. With Pimp C seeing early release in late 2005, Bun B returned to UGK and a self-titled double album from the duo dropped in 2007. Tragedy struck in early 2008 when Pimp C died suddenly, leaving Bun B to return to a solo career. His second solo album, II Trill, arrived that same year with his third, Trill O.G., following in 2010. In 2013 he closed the Trill series with the fourth and final effort, Trill O.G.: The Epilogue.
- David Jeffries (All Music Guide)1. The Best is Back
2. Care (Feat. Big K.R.I.T. & Pimp C)
3. Fire (Feat. Rick Ross, 2 Chainz & Serani)
4. No Competition (Feat. Raekwon & Kobe)
5. Don't Play With Me (Feat. Pimp C)
6. Gladiator (Feat. Royce da 5'9 & Redman)
8. Stop Playin' (Feat. Raekwon & Kobe)
10. Off Top (Feat. Max Frost)
11. Dippin' & Swervin'
12. On One (Feat. Gator Main & Devin the Dude)
13. The Legendary DJ Screw
14. Bye!$17.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now