Showing posts with label Ras Kass. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ras Kass. Show all posts

The Four Horsemen (Ras Kass, Kurupt, Canibus, Killah Priest) - Historic Remix (ft. Tragedy Khadafi)

The Four Horsemen - Historic Remix (ft. Tragedy Khadafi)

Gemstarr Regime producer BP comes through with another unreleased exclusive, this time with a remix for the track "Historic". The original version of this cut was one of the standout tracks from Canibus' last album "Fait Accompli", but I'm actually diggin the beat on this BP remix more than the original version. Peep it below.



Apollo Brown and Ras Kass - Blasphemy (Review)

Apollo Brown and Ras Kass - Blasphemy (Review)

"Blasphemy" is a collaborative album between Detroit hip-hop producer Apollo Brown and California native/legendary emcee Ras Kass. The album features guest appearances from Pharoahe Monch, Rakaa Iriscience, Sean Price, Royce The 5'9" and others and is fully produced by Apollo Brown himself. It was released on October 22, 2014 via Mellow Music Group.

Canibus - Historic (ft Kurupt, Ras Kass, Killah Priest and Tragedy Khadafi)

Canibus - Historic

Canibus just dropped the latest single from his upcoming "Fait Accompli" album in the form of the track "Historic." The song is notable as being the first new Four Horsemen single in quite a while, with Canibus teaming up with West Coast hip-hop veterans Kurupt and Rass Kass as well as one of my favorite Wu-Tang affiliates Killah Priest. Bis also takes it a step further and adds QB legend Tragedy Khadafi into the mix as all five emcees spit fire over a softer instrumental than I was expecting, but it's still dope. "Fait Accompli" is set to drop on June 10, 2014 and is currently available for preorder over on Amazon and iTunes.



9th Prince - California Dreaming (ft Ras Kass)



Wu-Tang Clan affiliate and founding member of Killarmy 9th Prince just released some visuals for the latest single from his upcoming album "Shaolin Prince". The song is called "California Dreaming" and features 9th Prince sharing the mic with West Coast hip-hop veteran Ras Kass as both emcees spit fire over a head nodding BP instrumental. Dope shit. "Shaolin Prince" is due out sometime in 2014.