"Live from the Tape Deck" is the debut album by Skyzoo (MC) and Illmind (Producer). Skyzoo, known for his several mixtape releases, brings one of his best efforts on this album as Illmind comes strong on the production.
Fat Ray, a product of the fast and unforgiving streets of the Motor City and a direct descendant of the musical lineage that defines the city, and Black Milk, a hip hop producer also from Detroit, formed this collaboration, with the album "The Set Up" on March 4th 2008.
Death of a Pop Star is the highly anticipated collaborative studio album by Mississippi rapper David Banner and North Carolina producer 9th Wonder. The album, originally a mixtape, serves as the artists' first collaborative work together.
Marco Polo & Ruste Juxx have combined forces to bring fans a serious dose of hardcore Hip Hop. The eXXecution is entirely produced by Marco Polo with Ruste Juxx providing gut-wrenching vocals over heavy hitting drums. The album, which has been finalized features Sean Price, Black Moon (Buckshot, 5FT & DJ Evil Dee), Rock of Heltah Skeltah, DJ Revolution, and Freddie Foxxx.
Caltroit is a mixtape by Black Milk and Bishop Lamont. It consists of various rappers from California and Detroit such as: Phat Kat, Royce Da 5'9", Guilty Simpson, Illa J, T3, Ras Kass, Planet Asia, Mistah Fab.
In these transitory times, when even the most faithful fans fear for the state of hip hop, many more are left to wonder; when will the next big thing be someone they respect, and when will someone they respect be the next big thing? Now - on what seems to be a perfectly timed cue - emerging from the loved and feared seven-man underground squad the mighty Athletic Mic League
The Money Making Jam Boys are an emcee side project with The Roots' mic man Black Thought, long time Roots affiliate Dice Raw and relative new comers P.O.R.N, S.T.S, and Truck North. Little else is known about the group. Winter of 2007 they released a free mixtape entitled Dice Raw & The Money Making Jam Boys Present: The Antidote.