Good grief, Trae Tha Truth rounded up a ridiculous lineup of MC’s and vocalists for the third installment of his “I’m On” song series and the new single from the upcoming Tha Truth Pt. 3 LP. Joining Trae on the track are T.I., Dave East, Tee Grizzley, Royce Da 5’9, Rick Ross, Curren$y, Styles P, D.R.AM, Snoop Dogg, Fabolous, Chamillionaire, G-Eazy, E-40, Mark Morrison and Gary Clark Jr. Click to listen...
Styles P and Sheek Louch join Faith Evans on “Take Me There,” produced by Just Blaze. This will, of course, appear on Faith’s upcoming duets album with Biggie, The King & I, and it features what is probably the closest thing we’re gonna get to an actual unreleased Biggie verse. The bars you hear Big spitting here are actually from a reference track that he recorded for Lil Kim’s track “Drugs,” and if you’re familiar with the original, then you know it was Kim who ultimately delivered this ve...
Talib Kweli and Styles P, two of our wisest and most respected OG’s, come together for their new project, The Seven. America has been filthy with racism since its inception, but we’re living through a real renaissance of vile bigotry at the moment, and I don’t think there’s a Rap fan living who wasn’t expecting these guys to speak up. Click to stream the album...
Chicago native and Javotti Media artist K’Valentine has been on the road with Talib Kweli and Styles P for The 7 Tour and she taps the later for “Soul Searching”, a new cut from her project Here for a Reason, out this coming Friday. Click to listen to the pair getting busy over the J. Lbs-produced track | Nah Right
Back in February, Talib Kweli and Styles P announced their new joint project The Seven and shared “Last Ones”, the lead single off the upcoming EP. Today we get a fresh visual for the track, pre-order link and an apparent release date of April 14th. Watch above and look for the album to arrive next month with features from Sheek Louch, Common and Rapsody.| Nah Right
With uncertainty and fear drowning us on a daily basis, I can’t think of a better time than now for a joint album from Talib Kweli and Styles P. The pair have a long history of bodying verses together and imparting knowledge to the masses, so I’d have a hard time imaginging a scenario where this won’t be a classic. Today they share their first single from The Seven LP, “Last Ones”, as in the last of a dying breed. | Nah Right
“they say go back to Africa, I say, go back to Europe, we ain’t taking orders from no thieving tourists” Watch as Styles P, flanked by Sheek Louch and Jadakiss, delivers some powerful words acapella at a recent Boiler Room Live event in NYC. The new album, Filthy America…It’s Beautiful, is out now.| Nah Right