During a stop at Shade 45′s “Sway In The Morning” earlier today to promote Trouble Man, T.I. premiered the Kendrick Lamar, B.o.B, and Kris Stephans-assisted “Memories Back Then” which doesn’t appear on the LP.
Props to Barker for these features here, nothing wrong with two RZA posts in one day either. Give the Drummer Somecoming soon.
Apollo Brown’s Thirty Eight is a contemporary throwback, inhabiting the realm of reverent reinvention and innovation. It deftly bridges the gap between ‘70s Blaxploitation soundtracks (e.g. Curtis Mayfield or Marvin Gaye) and the hip-hop records […]