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Video: 1982, Statik Selektah, Termanology Ft. Skyzoo, Jared Evan “Summer in New York

Hot boy summers. 1982’s Statik Selektah and Termanology highlight the summer in their The Summer project’s new video featuring Skyzoo and Jared Evan. Directed by Nyjee Evans and 1982, Term and Skyzoo bring the summer vibes inside a liquor store while the clip highlights the trios previous summers. Fun times.

Video: 1982, Statik Selektah, Termanology Ft. Bun B “Stay Fly”

Ready to fly? What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas in Statik Selektah and Termanology’s new video featuring Bun B. Out in Sin City, the 1982 duo and the Trill O.G. attend the grand opening of the world’s largest sneaker store, Urban Necessities, and politic on a balcony overlooking the city. The track is off … Read moreVideo: 1982, Statik Selektah, Termanology Ft. Bun B “Stay Fly”

16 New Albums You Should Listen To Right Now (Week of Nov.…

Get full with new albums from Statik Selektah, Juicy J, Tinashe, Madlib and Kareem Riggins, Rylo Rodriguez, Thundercat’s mom, Pamela D. Bruner, and more Even during a holiday weekend, the releases don’t stop. New Music Friday is here and it’s a doozy. Dozens of new albums dropped on Friday. And unless you have hours of … Read more16 New Albums You Should Listen To Right Now (Week of Nov.…

New Album: Statik Selektah ‘The Balancing Act’

Statik Selektah brings The Balancing Act on his ninth studio album. Accompanied by a star-studded line up, Statik brings Nas, Joey Badass, and Gary Clark Jr. for the inspiration anthem “Keep It Moving” and 2 Chainz, Conway The Machine, Killer Mike, and Allan Kingdom for “Play Around“. At 16 tracks, other guest appearances include Black … Read moreNew Album: Statik Selektah ‘The Balancing Act’

New Music: Statik Selektah Ft. Allan Kingdom, Killer Mike, 2 Chainz, Conway the Machine “Play Around”

Statik Selektah isn’t playing around on the latest single off his upcoming album The Balancing Act on November 20. Over Statik’s production, Conway The Machine brings his dope boy raps on the opening verse. Following Allan Kingdom’s powerful hook, 2 Chainz dresses to impress while Killer Mike delivers a short hardcore nursery rhyme. Jesus!

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