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Killer Ben & Twiz The Beat Pro ft Hus Kingpin & Ras Kass – Imperial (Single)


Dope collaboration from Killer Ben & Twiz The Beat Pro’s new project, ‘Invincible Ben’, featuring Hus Kingpin and Ras Kass.

Killer Ben & Twiz The Beat Pro ft Hus Kingpin & Ras Kass – Imperial

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Ras Kass – Lyrical Hip-Hop Is Not Dead (Album Stream)


Last week Ras Kass announced that he would release a new Class of ’96 hoodie along with a free project. Today he dropped Lyrical Hip-Hop Is Not Dead a 6 track LP inspired by beats from Montreal native Kaytranada’s 2014 Instrumental Hip-Hop is Dead. The LP features Royce da 5’9″, Rampage and Greg Nice among others. Guilty Simpson is also featured on the remix version of Human Dog Fight, the original of which was on Ras’ dope album Barmageddon. This is ill. Check it out!

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IV League – IV League – (Album Stream) – 2015

If you’re just now getting familiar with The IV League, welcome. Those of you who keep up with the scene most likely have that one dream-team of artists that you would love to see join forces. This is where the League comes in—stamped and served as an “international fraternity of extraordinary emcee’s, producers and deejays.”

Veteran emcees Ras Kass, Shabaam Sahdeeq and El Da Sensei have been in the mix for quite some time, and still continue to release full length projects year after year that consistently offer something refreshing and satisfying for their worldwide fanbase to sink their teeth into. Their skills have yet to age. So what happens when you get them in the studio with some of Hip-Hop’s more burgeoning talent? Well, it’s the perfect mesh as New York wordsmith El Gant offers his expected, unapologetically piercing lyrics, while Sam Solo, 4rAx and thekeenone step up to the plate and deliver quality bars akin to their seniors.

After a handful of released singles under The IV League’s umbrella, coupled with a busy year for all of the artists involved, their full length debut has finally arrived. The versatile, 11 track offering covers quite a large brushstroke of soundscapes for those easily bored, as Snowgoons, Vanderslice, Jake Palumbo, Poetiq Beetz, P Original and more carefully select the proper canvas for each artist and theme. And the outcome is as blunt as it is raw.

‘The IV League’ is now available for stream courtesy of AudioMack and SoundCloud, and can be purchased for download through Bandcamp for just $10. Keep up with each member of The IV League, through their Twitter handles listed below — thanks for your support!

01. The IV League (Shabaam Sahdeeq, thekeenone, El Gant & El Da Sensei) [prod. by Jake Palumbo] 02. Top Down (feat. El Da Sensei) [prod. by P Original)
03. Doomsday (feat. El Gant, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Ras Kass & Mighty Miss Rachel) [prod. by Poetiq Beetz] 04. Charles Bronson (feat. 4rAx) [prod. by Bane] 05. Take Flight (feat. El Gant, thekeenone & Shabaam Sahdeeq) [prod. by Vanderslice] 06. Maybe I’m Crazy (feat. Sam Solo)
07. Soft Toy (feat. Shabaam Sahdeeq, Ras Kass, El Gant & Sam Solo) [prod. by Snowgoons] 08. Opposite of Up (feat. thekeenone) [prod. by Buci] 09. Back Again (feat. Was Kass, Shabaam Sahdeeq) [prod. by Ill Informed] 10. It’s Ours (feat. Sam Solo) [Atari Blitzkrieg] 11. Extraordinary Vets (feat. El Gant, Ras Kass & Shabaam Sahdeeq) [prod. by Snowgoons]

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Ras Kass ft Royce Da 5’9” – Attitudes


Nothing to say but DOPE. Ras Kass’ Lyrical Hip Hop Is Dead will be available January 19. Can’t wait for that. Check it out.

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Semi-Hendrix( Ras Kass & Jack Splash) – Jesus Pressed Mute


Semi-Hendrix drops a new single on us, in preparation of their album Breakfast at Banksy’s which is slated to drop October 16th.

The duo formed following Splash’s world tour with his underground cult funk band, Plantlife. Upon its conclusion, the 10-time Grammy-nominated producer and three-time winner decided to leave Miami in favor of Los Angeles. For the native Angeleno, this was where it all began. He’d seen incredible success over the previous decade, producing for Cee-Lo, Alicia Keys, Kendrick Lamar, and a slew of others. But he wanted to return to his roots and make a pure hip-hop album, a passion project with no input from industry types.

Check it out.

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