[Audio] Slaughterhouse ft. Cee-Lo Green – “My Life” (Prod: Streetrunner & Sarom)

“My Life” is the second single from Slaughterhouse off their upcoming studio album Welcome To: OUR HOUSE which drops June 12. The track features Cee-Lo Green on the hook which plays off the classic “Rhythm of The Night”. Slaughterhouse has made some of my favourite music for a long time, but much like their first single “Hammer Dance”, “My Life” seems to be a reach at making a “hit” rather than making the good hard hitting rap joints we’re used to from the Slaughterhouse crew. With that said the song still bumps, Cee-Lo does his thing and Crooked, Joey, Royce and Joell kill their verses like always. So even though hooks by Cee-Lo or about doing the hammer dance aren’t my personal favourite, these four consistently prove that they can go bar for bar with anyone in the rap game. Take a listen to the Streetrunner and Sarom produced “My Life” below and remember, Welcome To: OUR HOUSE June 12.

[Audio] Patrick Starr ft. REKS & Termanology – “City I Love”

Patrick Starr recently dropped “City I Love”, off his latest mixtape Big Deal. This is the first I’ve heard of Patrick Starr, but this is pretty dope. The Lebanese emcee brings along REKS and Termanology to rap about their hometowns, over some upbeat production. Big Deal is out now, you can download it here. Stream and download “City I Love” below.

Download: Patrick Starr – “City I Love” ft. REKS & Termanology

[Video] Phonte ft. Evidence & Big K.R.I.T. – “The Life Of Kings” (Dir: Kenneth Price)

New Tigallo! Phonte just dropped the visuals for the 9th Wonder-produced “The Life Of Kings”, off his solid latest album Charity Starts At Home. Phonte’s mom steals the show in this one, making a guest appearance and spitting Evidence’s verse. This comes as the third video off the album, after “Dance In The Reign” and my personal favourite “The Good Fight“. Be sure to also check out Chedo’s recent interview with Phonte and 9th Wonder. Check out the visuals for “The Life Of Kings” below.

[Video] Kardinal Offishall & Nottz – “Kill Shot” (Dir: John P. Wheatley & Benny-Demus)

Lupe Fiasco, Melanie Fiona, Kardinal Offishall

Kardinal Offishall recently dropped the visuals for the Nottz-produced “Kill Shot”, off the A.M.T.R.I.M. (Allow Me To Re-Introduce Myself) album. Over Nottz’ chops, Kardinal provokes thought about gun use, both condemning its irresponsible use as well as acknowledging its purpose as a means of protection and self-defense. No release date yet on A.M.T.R.I.M. Check out the visuals for “Kill Shot” below.

“Guns have no education, no capability to reason, no love, no hate and no remorse. If you wish to decrease the senseless murders, increase the love and education in our neighbourhoods… guns don’t kill anybody – people kill people!” – Kardinal Offishall

[Audio] REKS ft. Action Bronson – “Riggs & Murtaugh” (Prod: Statik Selektah)

REKS recently teamed up with Action Bronson for “Riggs & Murtaugh”, a solid offering off REKS’ latest album, Straight, No Chaser. Statik Selektah provides a chilling, piano and strings driven beat for REKS and Bronsolino, who trade boastful bars back and forth. Be sure to also check out REKS’ “Such A Showoff”, featuring Termanology, JFK and Kali. Straight, No Chaser is out now, you can cop it on iTunes. Stream “Riggs & Murtaugh” below.

[Video] Saukrates Philosophy – Part 2 and 3

Leading up to the release of his latest album Season One, Saukrates sat down with Yousuf Kalaf to talk about the inspiration behind Season One, as well as some of the guests who will be appearing on the album. Check out part 1 of the 3 part interview series here. Season One officially drops tomorrow, and is set to be released through FrostByte/eOne.

[Video] JD Era – “Smoking Good” (Dir: CartelFilm)

Let me start off by saying if you haven’t already gotten your hands on No Handouts, do yourself a huge favour and download it. Fresh off the release of No Handouts JD Era drops the first set of visuals from the project. JD kills it as always, this time over some hard hitting Lex Lugar production. The video directed by CartelFilm, features JD showing us some a lot of product, as well as a comedic cameo by the man in charge, Raekwon. JD Era is definitely smoking good. Check out the video below.

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