What would Woody think of Al’s tracklist?
Seeing as the ol’ reliable Alchemist is Eminem’s DJ, Al got the man on his upcoming album. Not too shocking, they’ve collabalabbed in the past…but didn’t Em already release a track called “Chemical Warfare”? Also on the album: Snoop, Clipse, Three 6, Jada, KRS-One, Kid Cudi and more. Check the tracklist, thanks to NahRight, below.
2. “ALC Theme” feat. Kool G Rap.
3. “Lose Your Life” feat. Snoop Dogg, Jadakiss and Pusha T.
4. “Chemical Warfare” feat. Eminem
5. “Grand Concourse Benches” feat. KRS-One
6. “Therapy” feat. Evidence, Blu, Talib Kweli and Kid Cudi.
7. “That’ll Work” feat. Three 6 Mafia and Juvenile
8. “Smile” feat. Twista and Maxwell
9. “Keep The Heels On” feat. Prodigy
Donnie Goines drops his second free full-length, this one in inspire by the John Hughes classic film. Seems all the new rappers are up on the ’80s suburban comedy steez.
“The project title derives from the classic movie and is meant to showcase my versatility and growth, but instead of different characters in a classroom, you have different musicians in a studio. All from different walks of life, different perspectives and different ideas which in the end tie together to create an eclectic blend of music and sounds.”_Donny Goinse
1) Don’t You Prod. by Cook Classics
2) Bring It Forward (New York, New York) Prod. by Versatile
3) Whatever It Is (Ft. Mela Machinko) Prod. by Frequency
4) Money (Ft. Mistah F.A.B) Prod. …
Go to any hip-hop show and almost everyone from the artists performing to the audience congregating will at some point repeat these six words: Hip-Hop is not on the radio. While this sentiment for better representation and balance is echoed by nearly everyone in the hip-hop community, there is at least one DJ from Los Angeles, California who believes the platform has tremendous value for the Hip-Hop culture. On Jan 20, the dirty science practitioner will release his first instrumental album (L.A. Radio). With the album being completely comprised of samples from L.A. radio it isn’t an exaggeration to say that this is a project that will redefine how we look at instrumental albums. URB caught up with Exile to find out more about the concept behind L.A. Radio, to discuss his next …