Big Boi is preparing to release his new solo effort Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors on December 11th via Def Jam and today he's let loose a track titled "In The A" which features guest spots from Ludacris and T.I. so it's nothing short of intriguing right off the bat before you've even hit play. Check it out below and head over here to watch the video for the Kelly Rowland featuring "Mama Told Me".
Decatur Dan is quickly becoming one of the most desirable music video directors in the world of hip hop, and Big K.R.I.T. has once again brought him on board for his song "What U Mean". The video for the song, which features Ludacris, captures some of that early aughts flavor, with a crisp black and white style making for a striking visual. With booty shakin', flashy cars, and shots of K.R.I.T. hitting the MPC, what more do you need? Watch the replay above.
"What U Mean" is one of many awesome tracks from K.R.I.T.'s major-label debut Live From The Underground, which is out now via Def Jam.
Here at SKoA we're big fans of Feed Me and from his Feed Me's Big Adventure Release I must say "Cloudburn" is probably my fave. So, stumbling across this track first thing on a Thursday Morning was a very nice find. It's a mash up from Smash Gordan and Diesel Boy of Feed Me's "Cloudburn" and Ludacris' track "How Low" the results are entertaining and you should turn the volume right up for this heavy bass to shake your bones into life. Hit play and enjoy Luda's spitting over Feed Me's huge drops and bass. Tasty.
Luda is back with another appearance in The Fast & The Furious series which means another song on the soundtrack. But this time Luda is bringing Shady Records' newest signees Slaughterhouse (Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, Royce Da 5'9" and Crooked I) to the booth by this banger produced by D-12's Mr. Porter. Check it out below!
ORDER UP! Heres this week's Sunday Pickup. As many know The Black Keys are preparing to release their new album titled Brothers on May 18. But if you didn't know, they just recently released a project with Dame Dash titled "Blakroc". This project pits The Black Keys soulful/bluesy beats against some of Hip Hop's top artists (Mos Def, Raekwon, RZA, Ludacris and more!). So for fans of this project or just The Keys in general we are bringing you the instrumentals to this awesome project so you can hear the pureness of The Black Keys without any raps involved. So check it out and if you haven't already heard The Keys' latest single produced by Danger Mouse, Tighten Up, we suggest you get on that as well. Seriously, if you haven't heard this, where the hell have you been at for the last 2 weeks? Anyways, check it below.