Category: Tracklisting

[News + Video] The Extremities Announce New Album/Tour, Drop “Adeltron” Routine

The Extremities Instruments album cover

BIG NEWS. The Extremities (separately known as Fresh Kils and Uncle Fester) are about to release a new album, Instruments, and in anticipation of its release, they’ve put together another fabled routine, this time blending Adele and Deltron 3030 to create “Adeltron.” In lieu of another cliche introduction into their music and what this all means, allow me to set the scene by retelling my first encounter with The Extremities, and in the process, prove why you should NOT sleep on anything they’re involved with.

Check out the track listing and continue reading after the jump. Watch the video below.

[Audio] Blu & Nottz ft. Rashad – “End of the World”

Blu. Nottz. Together. End of story. One of my favourite emcees of all-time and one of my favourite producers of all-time have teamed up for a collaborative EP called Gods in the Spirit, set for release on October 22nd through Coalmine Records. Aside from Rashad (featured here on “End of the World”), the six-track EP will boast features from Nitty Scott, MC, Versis, ANTHM, Aloe Blacc, Co$$, Homeboy Sandman, Sene, ScienZe, Definite Mass, and Johaz (from Dag Savage). Stream “End of the World” below and peep the track listing (with special emphasis on Track 3, which looks HUGE).

Track list:
1. “Boyz II Men” feat. Nitty Scott, MC
2. “Creme of the Crop” feat. Versis and ScienZe
3. “Crooks in Castles” feat. ANTHM, Homeboy Sandman, Sene and Johaz
4. “End of the World” feat. Rashad
5. “God S–t” feat. Aloe Blacc, Co$$ and Definite Mass
6. “End of the World” feat. Nottz (Remix)

[Video] Kayo – “The Prologues II: Apology Accepted” (Dir: The Russian)

Kayo just dropped the second instalment in The Prologues series, leading up to the release of his S.L.A.V.E. EP on September 17th. He also let loose the track listing for the EP, which will be released through indie label Black Box. Last time, we got a glimpse into the background behind “Rich Already”. This time, we get a sneak peek of “Apology Accepted”, the closing song off the EP. The song talks about how Kayo’s changed over the past few years, as a result of his successes and pitfalls. As Kayo sings, “She say I came back different/ I say I came back significant.” Check out the video below, directed by The Russian, and take in the track listing for the EP.

Track list:
1. Don’t Bring Me Down feat. Lisa Scinta
2. S.L.A.V.E. feat. Quake & Kirsten Olivia
3. Rich Already
4. Anybody Out There
5. Jaded
6. Transition feat. Cam Smith
7. What You Want
8. Song For Nicole
9. Apology Accepted

[News] Drake – “Nothing Was the Same” Tracklisting

September 24th is a big day the OVO team and fans! Drake just released the official tracklisting for his third album Nothing Was The Same. The Standard edition of the album features 13 songs and the deluxe version includes “All Me” and “Come Thru”. What’s really interesting to me is that there are only a few select features on the album (JAY Z, Detail). If you were to take a look at the past 3-4 years of mainstream albums you noticed they are littered with features, almost every single song! My opinion is that this is your album, something you’ve taken a lot of time, energy, to put together and it’spart of your legacy, features can be saved for mixtapes and throwaway songs. The growth that Drizzy has shown the past couple of years since Take Care has been very interesting and I can’t wait to hear this album. I want to know what your hopes and expectations about this album? How do you feel about that most of the album is just Drake? Let me know your thoughts in the comment section.

Nothing Was the Same Tracklisting
1. “Tuscan Leather”
2. “Furthest Thing”
3. “Started From the Bottom”
4. “Wu-Tang Forever”
5. “Own It”
6. “Worst Behavior”
7. “From Time”
8. “Hold On, We’re Going Home”
9. “Connect”
10. “The Language”
11. “305 to My City” feat. Detail
12. “Too Much”
13. “Pound Cake” feat. Jay Z/”Paris Morton Music 2″

Deluxe Version includes.
14. “Come Thru”
15. “All Me”

[Audio] Blame One & J57 ft. Soul Khan – “Walk in the Sun” (Prod: J57)

Los Angeles’ Blame One and Brooklyn’s J57 are teaming up across coasts for an upcoming collaborative album, and they’ve just released the title track, featuring J57’s Brown Bag AllStar teammate Soul Khan. The track comes off the upcoming Walk in the Sun, set for release on August 27th through Soulspazm. I can’t front like I’ve been a big Blame One fan – I’ll have to check out his music now – but I’m definitely a fan of J57’s production and emceeing, so I’ll be looking forward to this. On an unrelated note to the music, take a moment to appreciate how intricately dope the cover art is. Check out the track listing to Walk in the Sun and stream the title track below.

Track list:
1. B.L.A.M.E.57 ft. DJ Rhettmatic
2. They Don’t Know ft. Akie Bermiss
3. The Movement ft. Brown Bag AllStars
4. Zonin’ ft. Jared Tankel of the Budos Band
5. Circuit Overload
6. K.W.O.
7. Just a Memory (Interlude)
8. Before the Sunset ft. Exile
9. How Much Time’s Left ft. Akie Bermiss
10. Mad Money
11. SD to BK ft. Yeshua da poED & Jared Tankel of the Budos Band
12. Lucid Dream
13. Walk in the Sun ft. Soul Khan

[News] Shad Reveals Track List for “Flying Colours”

More Shad news! The London-raised emcee just leaked the track listing for his upcoming album Flying Colours today, and it looks like we’ll get to hear some familiar (and new) voices: Lisa Lobsinger is back after her fantastic vocal performance on TSOL‘s “Rose Garden”; Toronto’s Ian Kamau joins Shad once again, after appearing on TSOL (“Lucky 1’s”) and The Old Prince (“Outro”); k-os makes an appearance, after welcoming Shad on BLack on BLonde for “Spraying My Pen”; Lights is also featured here, after teaming up with Shad previously on Siberia‘s “Everybody Breaks A Glass”. The rest of the cast is rounded out by Eternia – I’m looking forward to hearing this one after her killer “Final Offering” – fellow Vancouverite Ebrahim, and of course, Saukrates, whom we already knew about from “Stylin”. One interesting immediate observation? All of the guest features are Canadian – although I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised, it’s always cool to note. On another note, you can also preorder Flying Colours now – the album is set for release on October 15th. Check out the track listing below.

Track list:
1. Intro: Lost ft. Lisa Lobsinger, Kamau & k-os
2. Yall Know Me ft. Ebrahim
3. Fam Jam (Fe Sum Immigrins)
4. He Say She Say
5. Dreams
6. Grace (Interlude)
7. Stylin ft. Saukrates
8. Progress (Part 1 American Pie, Part 2 The Future Is Here)
9. Remember to Remember ft. Lights
10. Love Means ft. Eternia
11. Thank You
12. Epilogue: Long Jawn

[Video] Joey Bada$$ – “95 Til Infinity” (Dir: oG $wank)

Joey Bada$$ just dropped the visuals to “95 Til Infinity”, off his upcoming Summer Knights project. Although the title may be a nod to the Souls of Mischief track, the comparisons end there; the Beast Coast emcee is as gritty as ever on “95 Til Infinity”. If the track listing is any indication, Summer Knights is shaping up to be a really solid release for Bada$$ based on the production alone: heavyweights Statik Selektah, Alchemist, DOOM, and Oddisee are all involved. Check out the visuals to “95 Til Infinity” below, as well as the track listing to Summer Knights.

Track list:
1. Alowha (Prod: Kirk Knight)
2. Hilary $wank (Prod: Lee Bannon)
3. My Youth ft. Collie Buddz (Prod: Chuck Strangers)
4. Afterlife ft. Kirk Knight (Prod: Chuck Strangers and Patrick Eulmi)
5. Right on Time ft. T’nah Apex (Prod: Kirk Knight)
6. Sweet Dreams (Prod: Navie D)
7. 47goonz ft. Dirty Sanchez, Nyck Caution and Rokamouth (Prod: Lee Bannon)
8. Sit N’ Prey ft. Dessy Hinds and T’nah Apex (Prod: Navie D)
9. Word Is Bond (Prod: Statik Selektah)
10. Trap Dour (Prod: Alchemist)
11. Satellite ft. Chuck Strangers, Kirk Knight and Dessy Hinds (Prod: Lee Bannon)
12. 95 Til Infinity (Prod: Lee Bannon)
13. Amethyst Rockstar ft. Kirk Knight (Prod: DOOM)
14. Reign (Prod: Chuck Strangers)
15. Sorry Bonita ft. Dyemond Lewis, Chuck Strangers, Dirty Sanchez, A La Sole, Kirk Knight, Dessy Hinds, and CJ Fly (Prod: Oddisee)
16. #LongLiveSteelo (Bonus track) (Prod: Kirk Knight)

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