Tag Archives: Pete Rock

New Joint – Smoke Dza & Benny The Butcher / Westside Gunn / Pete Rock

Smoke Dza & Benny The Butcher ft. Westside Gunn – “7:30” (KushGod.BandCamp.Com / 2019)

The two NY emcees deliver street-related rhymes over piano-laced beats off their Pete Rock-produced EP “Statue Of Limitations”.


New Joint – Ras Kass

Ras Kass – “Can U Feel It” (@RasKass / 2019)

The West Coast emcee blesses some smoothed-out Pete Rock production with his trademark brand of top-tier lyricism off the “Soul On Ice 2” album.

New Joint – Skyzoo & Pete Rock

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Skyzoo & Pete Rock – “Truck Jewels” (@MelloMusicGroup / 2019)

Another true-school gem from the Brooklyn / Mount Vernon duo before the pair drop their highly-anticipated “Retropolitan” album tomorrow.

New Joint – Skyzoo & Pete Rock / Westside Gunn / Conway / Benny The Butcher / Elzhi

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Skyzoo & Pete Rock ft. Westside Gunn, Conway, Benny The Butcher & Elzhi – “Eastern Conference All-Stars” (@MelloMusicGroup / 2019)

Brooklyn’s Skyzoo invites some heavyweight guests to flex their lyrical skills over sublime Pete Rock production on this huge posse cut off the forthcoming album “Retropolitan”.

New Joint – Ruste Juxx

Ruste Juxx – “BlackFist” (@DuckDownMusic / 2019)

The Brooklyn emcee delivers hard-hitting social commentary as he confronts racism in Amerikkka over speaker-rattling Pete Rock production.

New Joint – Skyzoo & Pete Rock

Skyzoo & Pete Rock – “It’s All Good” (@MelloMusicGroup / 2019)

Brooklyn emcee Skyzoo’s catalogue is impeccable, with the Rotten Apple wordsmith having spent the last fifteen years consistently impressing listeners with his detailed, observational rhyme style, appearing to effortlessly elevate his talent to new heights with each release. The forthcoming Pete Rock-produced album “Retropolitan” looks set to be another masterpiece worthy of its place in Skyzoo’s sonic gallery.


New Joint – Skyzoo & Pete Rock

Skyzoo & Pete Rock – “It’s All Good” (@MelloMusicGroup / 2019)

Having established himself as one of the best emcees of his generation, Brooklyn’s Skyzoo appears about ready to add another jewel to his already impeccable catalogue in the form of the Pete Rock-produced  album “Retropolitan”, with this lead single showcasing the NY lyricist’s immense writing abilities over a vintage Soul Brother beat  from 1994.