This Mobb Deep and Alchemist “Try My Hand” joint excites me and saddens me at the same time. It excites me because it’s Mobb Deep over an Alchemist beat. It saddens me because this won’t ever happen again. Life is crazy. Enjoy it.
Lifestyle brand and music label BAUEWYK follows up its first collaborative project with producers The Alchemist and Budgie with the 2nd edition of their 2013 project The Good Book.
The Good Book Volume 2 picks up where the first edition left off with The Alchemist and Budgie sampling purely from religious source material weaving together a bed of production that serves as a perfect backdrop to featured artists Mobb Deep, Royce 5′ 9, Westside Gunn & Conway, Action Bronson, Meyhem Lauren, Your Old Droog, Evidence, Remy Banks & more.
The double CD / 45 track set is housed in a collector’s edition faux book and will be limited to 2000 pieces.
Curren$y and ALC team up for another schmmove ass adventure this time VIA mixtape. Last time Alan the Chemist dropped a mixtape it became one of Prodigy’s best solo albums. Let’s all hope that this is one of those classics. Shout out DatPiff for the plug.
I didn’t think I’d ever post a Danny Brown track again after hearing that mess on Detroit vs. Everybody. This one isn’t his best but Action Bronson rhymes and it’s produced by Alan the Chemist. Check it.
Don Smog is one that not many of you have heard about. That is mainly because he likes to stay in stealth mode and drop bombs at random. He has been one of my best friends for decades and we are currently working on a new record that is set to drop next summer VIA Drop Science. Other producers include Jack Of All Trades (Beast Academy) and PJ Katz (J-Live‘s- “City to City”). 7th Boro will be the first to debut his new tracks as we do this strictly for kicks and ourselves, not for money. If you are great at internet diggin, you could try to find his mega rare “Wrexclusive” album that dropped in early ’06. That was only limited to 100 copies. No repress.
Good luck with that. PS. Don’t even bother clicking the links that say “similar to Don Smog” after the song is over. I assure you there is no one like Smog out there. Not even close.