Styles P has revealed the tracklist for his upcoming album, Master of Ceremonies.

01. How We Fly f. Avery Storm
02. We Don’t Play f. Lloyd Banks
03. I’m A Gee f. Rell
04. Ryde On Da Regular
05. Keep The Faith f. Aja
06. Children f. Pharoahe Monch
07. Street Shit f. Sheek Louch
08. Feelings Gone
09. Harsh f. Rick Ross & Busta Rhymes
10. It’s Ok  f. Jadakiss
11. Don’t Turn Away f. Pharrell
12. Uh-Ohh f. Sheek Louch

01. LabORhood
02. The ANT (i matter)
03. Monkey Biz
04. Ox y Moron
05. Machine Labor
06. Snake Charmer
07. Dragon Slayer
08. Doggy-Style-Biscuits
09. GameCock Diesel
10. MEGAchile Pluto
11. Tiger S t r i p e s
12. Sheep’s Clothing
13. PIGS
14. BEEF
15. Rabbit Food
16. rootS
17. Jenny
18. Tails from the Hood R.a.t.s
19. DESTINY (of the Phoenix)
20. The G.O.A.T.



UPDATE: The rapper-producer combo taps tabi Bonney, Locksmith, Ab-Soul, O.C. and Dee-1 for the project.

Murs previously teamed up with 9th Wonder for several full-length LPs, and now, he’s joining forces with producer Ski Beatz for a studio release. The duo recently teamed up on the East Coast for a few weeks to record Love & Rockets, Volume 1: The Transformation, set for release this fall via Dame Dash’s DD172/BLUROC labels.

In conjunction with the album’s release, the West Coast rapper will hit the road on a sixty-date tour alongside Tabi Bonney, McKenzie Eddy, Sean O’Connell and Dash.

Head over to Murs’ Tumblr page to see more pictures from their studio sessions.

[July 14]

UPDATE: Murs and Ski Beatz have revealed the cover art and tracklist for their upcoming collaborative LP, dropping October 11th.

01 Epic Salutations
02 Remember 2 Forget
03 67 Cutlass
04 Eazy-E
05 Hip Hop and Love f. tabi Bonney
06 International
07 S-k-i-b-e-a-t-z f. Locksmith
08 Westside Love
09 Life and Time f. AB-Soul & O.C
10 Reach Hire
11 Dream on feat. Dee-1
12 316 Ways
13 Animal Style

The English rapper also links with producers ShowNProve, Sivey, Red Skull, Nutt P and more.

England’s Lowkey has revealed the tracklist for his upcoming sophomore release Soundtrack to the Struggle, dropping October 16th.

The 26-track LP features guest appearances from Immortal Technique, M1 of Dead Prez, Shadi Mansour, Mai Khalil, Klashnekoff, Sanasino, Crazy Haze and Black the Ripper. Production comes courtesy of Nutty P, Sivey, ShowNProve, Red Skull, Quincey Tones, Big G, Vendetta, Beatnick & K-Salaam, Jetsun and Last Resort.

Check the tracklist below.

1. Soundtrack To The Struggle (produced by Nutty P)
2. Too Much ft Shadia Mansour (produced by Nutty P)
3. Voices Of The Voiceless ft Immortal Technique (produced by Sivey)
4. Hand On Your Gun (produced by ShowNProve)
5. Skit 1
6. Terrorist? (produced by Red Skull)
7. Something Wonderful (produced by Red Skull)
8. Dreamers ft. Mai Khalil
9. Skit 2
10. Obama Nation (produced by Red Skull)
11. Skit 3
12. Cradle Of Civilisation ft. Mai Khalil (produced by Quincey Tones)
13. Skit 4
14. Blood, Sweat and Tears ft Klashnekoff (produced Nutty P)
15. Everything I Am (produced by ShowNProve)
16. Skit 5
17. Long Live Palestine (produced by Nutty P)
18. We Will Rise ft Sanasino (produced by Big G)
19. My Soul (produced by Vendetta)
20. Skit 6
21. The Butterfly Effect (produced by Beatnick & K-Salaam)
22. Obama Nation Part 2 ft M1 (DEAD PREZ), Black The Ripper (produced by Nutty P)
23. Dear England ft Mai Khalil (produced by BeatNick & K-Salaam)
24. Haunted ft Mai Khalil (produced by JetSun)
25. Terrorist? Part 2 ft Crazy Haze & Mai Khalil (produced by Last Resort)
26. Million Man March ft Mai Khalil (produced by Big G)


After premiering his collaborative song with Lil Jon the other day, Yelawolf has returned with the cover art and track list for his upcoming debut album, Radioactive. Adorned with a bright yellow and black radioactive waste symbol and his signature deer logo, the album cover is what many may have expected. The track list, however, is intriguing. On it are 18 songs with features from Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Tech N9ne, Busta Rhymes, The Game and Big Boi, to name a few. Radioactive hits stores on September 27.

Here we have the Dave Barnett created artwork for 24 Hour Karate School II which is expected to drop August 9th.

1. Metabolic (ft. Locksmith)
2. Moonwalking (ft. STS)
3. Looking For Me (ft. L.E.P Bogus Boys & Terri Walker)
4. Majesty (ft. Cassidy)
5. Illegal (ft. Freddie Gibbs)
6. Amnesia (ft. Nicole Wray & Stat Quo)
7. Larry Bird (ft. Stalley)
8. High Score (ft. Da$h)
9. Frontin’ (ft. Tabi Bonney)
10. Cotton Candy (ft. Mikey Rocks)
11. This World (ft. Najee)
12. You Already Know (ft. Stat Quo & GLC)


01. Wrath Of The Math
02. The Frustrated Nigga
03. Black Cowboy
04. Tha Bullshit
05. Whatever
06. Physical Stamina
07. One Day
08. Revenge Of The Prophet (Part 5)
09. Scientifical Madness
10. Not Tha Average
11. Me Or The Papes
12. How I’m Living
13. Too Perverted
14. Ya Playin’ Yaself
15. Invasion

The album was completely produced by DJ Premier and continues the themes of Afrocentricity, preserving hip-hop culture, and more about the harms of materialism that were discussed on The Sun Rises in the East.
In its liner notes, it even says, “This album was created to SAVE hip-hop and the minds of the people who listen to it.” One significant track that intends to uphold Jeru’s vision of hip hop is “One Day,” where Jeru tells a story of Puff Daddy, Foxy Brown, and Bad Boy Records kidnapping somebody named Hip-Hop. The Notorious B.I.G. took offense to the song, being that he was signed to Bad Boy Records, and closely affiliated with Puff Daddy and Foxy Brown. Biggie retaliated by throwing subtle jabs at Jeru in the song “Kick in the Door” (which was also aimed at other rap artists as well.) The Track called Me or the Papes contains aim for Puff Daddy, Jeru stating, “My name ain’t Puff; I ain’t got loot to waste,” to which Puff Daddy didn’t respond.



01. Intro (Life)
02. D. Original
03. Brooklyn Took It
04. Perverted Monks in Tha House (Skit)
05. Da Mental Stamina
06. Bichez
07. You Can’t Stop the Prophet
08. Perverted Monks in Tha House (Theme)
09. Ain’t the Devil Happy
10. My Mind Spray
11. Come Clean
12. Jungle Music
13. Statik

The Sun Rises in the East is the debut album of American hip hop rapper Jeru the Damaja, released May 24, 1994 on PayDay Records. Production on the album was handled by legendary hip hop producer DJ Premier. The album features fellow Gang Starr Foundation member Afu-Ra. An interesting sidenote, the album cover depicts the World Trade Center on fire only one year after the 1993 bombing of the North Tower. The Sun Rises in the East was well-received by most music critics upon its release. It is considerably significant in hip hop, as it contributed to the revival of the East Coast hip hop scene, along with albums such as Wu-Tang Clan’s Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (1993), Nas’s Illmatic (1994) and Black Moon’s Enta Da Stage (1993). The album has been considered by critics to be Jeru the Damaja’s best work.



A potential tracklist for Weezy’s highly anticipated LP hits the net.

In anticipation of the August 29th release date for Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter IV, a rumored tracklist has hit the net (via Rap Radar).

The 19-track offering supposedly features guest appearances from Cee-Lo Green, Cory Gunz, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Tech N9ne, Busta Rymes, John Legend,, Nas, Shyne and Jadakiss. Additionally, the deluxe CD is said to have two tracks, including the previously released “John (If I Die Today)” featuring Rick Ross and “Flowers” featuring Lil’ Twist.

Check below to see the alleged tracklist.

1- It’s Weezy’s… (Intro)
2- 6 Foot 7 Foot (Feat Cory Gunz)
3- Triple Exclusive
4- Nightmares Of The Bottom
5- My Wife Hate My Life (Feat Cee-Lo Green)
6- How To Love
7- Block My Black Heart
8- Bad Stripin’ (Girl’s Bad)
9- Pray To Big Mason (Feat Drake & Nicki Minaj)
10- Life Is A Goal
11- Fast Track (Feat Tech N9ne & Busta Rhymes)
12- Destny Is Over, You Got Real
13- Retire My Royal
14- I’m Ready For You (Feat John Legend)
15- You & Me
16- My Ghost On It
17- Sometimes I Think About Her (Move) (Feat
18- Wayne’s World
19- Big Power (Outro) (Feat Nas, Shyne and Jadakiss)

Deluxe Edition

1. Flowers (Feat Lil Twist)
2. John (If I Die Today) – (Feat Rick Ross)

Overtly political pop-rap experimentalists Das Racist are back with news on an official date for their debut album, RELAX slated for release on September 13 via Greedhead Music, the imprint piloted by member Himanshu Suri. The album will feature production from Diplo, Vampire Weekend’s ROSTAM, Yeasayer’s Anand Wilder, Drake songwriter Francis Farewell Starlite, and cameos from beloved Detroit rap eccentric Danny Brown, El-P and the ever-reclusive tiny genius rapper Despot. Check out the track listing below!


1. Relax (Produced by Das Racist and Patrick Wimberly)
2. Michael Jackson (Produced by Das Racist and Patrick Wimberly)
3. Brand New Dance (Produced by Patrick Wimberly)
4. Middle of The Cake (Produced by Anand Wilder)
5. Girl (Produced by Blood Diamonds)
6. Shut Up, Man feat. El-P (Produced by El-P)
7. Happy Rappy (Produced by Diplo)
8. Booty In The Air (Produced by Patrick Wimberly)
9. Power feat. Danny Brown and Despot (Produced by Dash Speaks)
10. Punjabi Song feat. Bikram Singh (Produced by J-La)
11. Selena (Produced by Patrick Wimberly)
12. Rainbow In The Dark (Produced by J-La)
13. The Trick (Produced by ROSTAM)
14. Celebration (Produced by Francis Farewell Starlite