CD 1
01. PayDro Brown Bag Season Intro (prod. by J57 & DeeJay Element)
02. The Agenda (prod. by J57)
03. Got It All (prod. by DJ Dyllemma)
04. Uglyface (prod. by Marink)
05. Dumbin Out (prod. by Maticulous)
06. The Workhorse (prod. by Audible Doctor)
07. I’ll Remain (prod. by Tailor Made NYC)
08. Crumbling Down (prod. by Mr. Green)
09. What It’s All About (prod. by DJ Dyllemma)
10. All I Do (prod. by Marink)
11. In His Shoes (prod. by Audible Doctor)
12. Does It (prod. by Marink)
13. Larry Norris (prod. by DJ Goo)
14. Live From The Nine (prod. by DJ Skizz)
15. See Again (prod. by Marink)
16. What It’s All About (M-Phazes Remix)
17. The Agenda (Marco Polo Remix)

CD 2 DJ Brace Remixes
01. Intro (DJ Brace Remix)
02. Got It All (DJ Brace Remix)
03. Live From The Nine (DJ Brace Remix)
04. Get Ready (DJ Brace Remix)
05. League Of Intoxicated Gentlemen (DJ Brace Remix)
06. Interlude feat. Laurence Lafond-Bealne (prod. by DJ Brace)
07. In His Shoes (DJ Brace Remix)
08. What It’s All About (DJ Brace Remix)
09. Undeniable (DJ Brace Remix)
10. Workhorse (DJ Brace Remix)
11. Everyday (DJ Brace Remix)
12. Intro (DJ Brace Remix) Instrumental
13. Got It All (DJ Brace Remix) Instrumental
14. Live From The Nine (DJ Brace Remix) Instrumental
15. Get Ready (DJ Brace Remix) Instrumental
16. In His Shoes (DJ Brace Remix) Instrumental
17. What It’s All About (DJ Brace Remix) Instrumental
18. Undeniable (DJ Brace Remix) Instrumental
19. Workhorse (DJ Brace Remix) Instrumental
20. Everyday (DJ Brace Remix) Instrumental


Brown Bag AllStars



01. The Plague
02. X And Bill (Ft. Sadat X)
03. Howie Made Me Do It (Ft. Steven King, Cyn Roc & E-Dot)
04. The Four Horseman (Ft. Circle Of Tyrants)
05. Project Prophecy (Ft. Hell Razah & Sabac Red)
06. Dark Knight (Ft. Q-Unique & Jise)
07. Heavy Metal Kings (Ft. Vinnie Paz)
08. Psalm Of Satan (Ft. Killah Priest & Sabac Red)
09. Goin Out In A Blaze (Ft. Slaine & Jaysun)
10. Remove The Gag (Ft. Verbal Kent & Wordsmith)
11. P.Y.P (Ft. King Syze & Doap Nixon)
12. Muzzle The Nose (Ft. Steven King)
13. When The Lights Go Out (Ft Sabac Red)
14. Order & Chaos (Ft. Diabolic)
15. Apocalypse Now (Ft. B-Real, Sick Jacken & Eric Bobo)
16. Street Villians 2 (Ft. Q-Unique)

Any fan of Ill Bill knows that some of his best work has been done on many of the collaborations he has done throughout his career. With talent like Vinnie Paz, Necro, Sabac Red, Q-Unique, Killah Priest, Slaine and many others how could you ever go wrong with this album? Holy Diver is available on iTunes right now and below are a few tracks that you will find on this record. Buy and enjoy.

01. A World With No Skies
02. Voices of Apocaly
03. 99 Bottles
04. When I Shoot You
05. Black Horses
06. Night After Night
07. Crillionaires (Feat. Q Unique & Ill Bill)
08. The American Way
09. Landscapes (Feat. Vinnie Paz & Reef The Lost Cauze)
10. Mistaken Identity
11. Broken (Feat. V-Nuxx & Cyrus Deshield)
12. Till The Day That We Die
13. Crazy (Feat. B-Real & Jaysaun)
14. I Aint Done
15. Insomnia
16. Body of Christ
17. Ghosts
18. The Last Song (Feat. Everlast)

Bad Meets Evil Meets Mike Epps; “I’m on Everything”



01. Here To Save You All
02. Deliver
03. No Complex
04. Partner To Swing
05. It’s All Bad
06. Freestyle Rhymes
07. Riiiot! feat. Ras Kass
08. Waiting To Exhale feat. Gravitation
09. What Am I
10. Feelin’ Evil Again
11. Thousands
12. Kreep
13. Many Different Ways
14. The Shabba-Doo Conspiracy feat. Kool Keith
15. Ghetto Vampire
16. Rise
17. Hidden Track

Here to Save You All is the debut album by emcee Chino XL released on April 9, 1996. It is predominantly produced by B Wiz and only held two guest appearances from Ras Kass and Kool Keith. It was produced mostly by Chino’s close associates, and the lyrical content revolved around dark, hardcore themes (mostly metaphorical braggadoccio), dismissing the commercialized hip hop that was starting to gain momentum at this time. It contains the infamous but well-known song “Riiiot!” which had a line that possibly alluded to West Coast rapper 2Pac getting raped in prison. 2Pac later called him out on “Hit Em Up,” and Chino responded with a freestyle dis. Chino himself stated that the line was not meant as a dis, and he and 2Pac were on good terms at the time of his passing.

Tech N9ne slides through Vancouver and encounters The Human Serviette.

This hilarious…

Here’s a new RZA solo cut off the new Wu-Tang album, Legendary Weapons, which is dropping on E1 on June 28th and will feature production from Noah Rubin, Fizzy Womack bka Lil Fame and Andrew Kelly.

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The Wu-Tang Clan is one of rap music’s longest running and most influential groups. Over the last two years the group has made a remarkable return to form. Beginning with E1′s 2009 release “Wu-Tang: Chamber Music” and continuing with projects such as “Wu-Massacre”, Ghostface Killah’s “Apollo Kids”, Raekwon’s “Only Built For Cuban Linx 2″ and “Wu-Tang vs Shoalin” they have released a series of critically acclaimed and commercially successful projects.

Wu-Tang: Legendary Weapons will continue in that streak. This album includes a heavy dose of Ghostface Killah (he is featured on 8 of the albums 11 songs) alongside The RZA and all of the other core Wu- Tang group members. Dark, raw tracks produced by The RZA together with members of the Brooklyn based band The Revelations provide a solid foundation for the crew’s tales of violent New York street life and debauchery.


Section80 drops sooner rather than later.

D.Dot drops the full version of Asher’s collab with Akon and reports that the sophomore album will no longer be called The Spaghetti Tree. Crying at that artwork btw.