Showing posts with label Bronze Nazareth. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bronze Nazareth. Show all posts

Bronze Nazareth - Thought For Food Vol. 3 (Stream)

Bronze Nazareth - Thought For Food Vol. 3 (Stream)

Wu-Tang affiliate Bronze Nazareth comes through with the third release in his "Thought for Food" series of albums and it's quite dope. The album features guest appearances from Willie The Kid (who released a stellar collaboration album with Bronze earlier this year), Lord Jessiah as well as The Wisemen. The project is a first of what seems to be a flood of releases from Wu-Tang here in the later half of 2014, with Wu-Tang Clans "A Better Tomorrow" dropping on December 2nd and Ghostface Killah's "36 Seasons" dropping on December 9th. It's gonna be a good winter. Stream the full album below.



Willie the Kid and Bronze Nazareth - The Living Daylights (Review)

Willie the Kid and Bronze Nazareth - The Living Daylights

"The Living Daylights" is a collaborative album between Michigan emcee Willie the Kid and Wu-Tang affiliate Bronze Nazareth. The album features guest appearances from Roc Marciano, Sean Price, Boldy James, LA the Darkman and others and is fully produced by Bronze Nazareth himself. It was released on February 11, 2014 via Embassy Ent. / Black Day In July Productions.

Willie the Kid and Bronze Nazareth - The Living Daylights (Album Stream)

Willie The Kid and Wu-Tang affiliate Bronze Nazareth just made their collaborative album, "The Living Daylights", available for streaming via Audiomack. The album dropped today and features guest appearances from Roc Marciano, Boldy James, Sean Price and others and is fully produced by Bronze Nazareth himself. I haven't gotten a chance to give it a good listen yet, but what I have heard has been fire. Peep it below and then head on over to Amazon or iTunes and pick it up if you like what you hear.



Willie The Kid featuring Roc Marciano - Avalon (prod. by Bronze Nazareth)

Willie The Kid (who released one of 2013's best mixtapes with his "Aquamarine" project) and Wu-Tang affiliate Bronze Nazareth are dropping a collaborative album, titled "The Living Daylights", on February 11, 2014. The duo just released another cut from the album, "Avalon", that features Hempstead emcee Roc Marciano and its dope as hell. I have a feeling this album is going to be straight fire.

Willie the Kid and Bronze Nazareth - The Living Daylights

Willie the Kid will be teaming up with Wisemen member and Wu-Tang associate Bronze Nazareth to release a collaborative project due out December 2013. The project is titled "The Living Daylights" and will be fully produced by Bronze. The duo has released two singles off of the tape, "Sweet Sorrow" and "Ain't Nothing" (featuring Boldy James), both of which you can hear below. I can already tell that this shit is going to be fire.



The Almighty featuring Vinnie Paz, Bronze Nazareth, Canibus and Planet Asia - High Price Shots (Single)

The Almighty just dropped the first single from their upcoming album "The 2nd Coming." The track is called "High Price Shots" and features Vinnie Paz, Bronze Nazareth, Canibus and Planet Asia spitting fire over an ill JP Beats instrumental.
"The LP features guest spots from some of Hip-Hop’s most elite emcees; including Crooked I, Kool G Rap, Busta Rhymes, Kurupt, Masta Killa, Vinny Paz, Chino XL, Tragedy Khadafi and more backed with production from the albums mainframe JP Beats (Dr. Dre /The Academy/Undergods), Bronze Nazareth, Kevlaar 7, Domingo & the Rocksteady Crew's own DJ JS-1."
The last one was pretty dope so we'll see how this one turns out. The full album should be out on 8-13-2013. Peep the single and the tracklisting after the jump.

Bronze Nazareth - Blenders (Video)

Bronze Nazareth just dropped a new video for the self-produced track "Blenders", which will appear on his upcoming album "Food For Thought 3". The album will be a split 2 disc album along with Willie The Kid's "Living Daylights", which is entirely produced by Bronze Nazareth, and should be dropping in Fall of 2013. Head on over to the Man Bites Dog Records website to pre-order the album.