Tha Soloist is back at it again…but he decided to bring along a few heavy hitters this time around for his new single, “How Many Shots”, produced by C-Lance. The track starts off with a poem by the late great Oscar Brown Jr. then cuts off as the beat hits, allowing Canibus to display his legendary tone and skill over C-Lance’s violin and choir fueled soundscape. Enter DJ PhiLogic, who provides the hook by doing what he does best…cuts, something I personally look forward to hearing on these hardcore hip-hop joints. King Magnetic joins the massacre with his usual raw flow and delivery, detailing life on the streets, perfectly narrating true stories and sticking with the track’s concept. The third verse brings in Tha Soloist, as he manages to still drop jewels over the heavy drum work. The final verse is cleverly packed with Notorious B.I.G. song titles by way of New Zealand’s up and coming emcee, Hayze, who has only been crafting verses for less than a year, but attacks it with the ferocity of a wild beast. This is a perfect song to play at high volume. Something for the hardcore hip-hop fans worldwide. Enjoy.
7thBoro.com Premiere: Tha Soloist ft Canibus, King Magnetic & Hayze – How Many Shots
As if the lineup wasn’t dope enough, DJ Evil Dee is on the cuts as well.
“The Rhyme Heaterz (The Symphony XXI)’ is a dope posse cut off of Mikey D’s ‘Day Of Dstruction’ dropping November 15th via Elements Of Hip-Hop.
Mikey D ft R.A. The Rugged Man, Craig G & Canibus – The Rhyme Heaterz (The Symphony XXI)
Circa 2015. My favorite joint off the special edition of ‘Lyrical Law’.
Canibus – Rip Vs Poet Laureate (Solo)
From the ‘Immaculate Artifact’ EP presented by Boomshell Records, now available.
Earl Hazard has been compared to some of the greatest battle MC’s of all time. His quick delivery, clear perception embedded in a deep lyrical trance has the hip hop world on the edge of their seats waiting for the anticipated first release “King of Tallulah”. Originally from Tallulah, LA, Earl Hazard has become a force to be reckoned with in the hip hop scene. He has shared the stage with legendary artists such as Rakim, and on the first single “What Have You”, he holds his own with one of the top Mc’s of all time, Canibus. From the first call to battle as brothers, shoulder to shoulder with Canibus, to the heart felt “Conversations With God”. Earl Hazard is now unleashed upon the world. Check it out.
Pre-Order album here
Check out the 3rd release off #TFLDPR, Canibus & Bronze Nazareth present “Matte BLK Rapana”
Canibus, Killah Priest, Kurupt, & Ras Kass join forces once again to bring us another heater. These four need to drop another mixtape/album or something. I also wouldn’t mind seeing a Slaughterhouse/Four Horsemen collabo.
Props to the WTCForLife
This is the last thing I would of expected from LL Cool J. This is a great look for Hip Hop though and even greater look for Canibus. It’s great to see these two legends back on the same stage.
I can’t even imagine the amount of herb that was in the studio when they recorded this. Classic right here. Listen.
Look out for Bis’ new shit titled, “Fait Accompli”, set to drop on 6-10-14