Blu. Nottz. Together. End of story. One of my favourite emcees of all-time and one of my favourite producers of all-time have teamed up for a collaborative EP called Gods in the Spirit, set for release on October 22nd through Coalmine Records. Aside from Rashad (featured here on "End of the World"), the six-track EP will boast features from Nitty Scott, MC, Versis, ANTHM, Aloe Blacc, Co$$, Homeboy Sandman, Sene, ScienZe, Definite Mass, and Johaz (from Dag Savage). Stream "End of the World" below and peep the track listing (with special emphasis on Track 3, which looks HUGE). Track list: 1. "Boyz II Men" feat. Nitty Scott, MC 2. "Creme of the Crop" feat. Versis and ScienZe 3. "Crooks in Castles" feat. ANTHM, Homeboy Sandman, Sene and Johaz 4. "End of the World" feat. Rashad 5. "God S--t" feat. Aloe Blacc, Co$$ and Definite Mass 6. "End of the World" feat. Nottz (Remix)
If you have been paying to attention to any of Stalley's music you might be familiar with the name Rashad. From the same hometown of Columbus, Ohio, Rashad brands his sound as Elevator music which you might think is the same music we hear on elevators but not quite. Rashad is reffering to elevating music to the next level and you can hear with his production and the concept of the record from the artwork to the soundclips. This is really a different style of R&B and Rap. Few features on Museum from Styles P and PA Flex, all production is by Rashad. Favourite tracks I have on repeat right now are Machine Gun, It's Me Again, My Pad, how about the whole record? Really just press play and take in the experience of Elevator Music.
Singer, songwriter and producer R∆§H∆Ð has come together with LRG Clothing and The DJBooth for the release of his debut album, Museum. The LP, which is a musical journey displaying the Ohio native and Elev8tor Music artist’ own brand of R&B, features previously-released songs “Be True” and “The Return.” Museum features guest appearances from Styles P. and PA Flex. All production and sound mixing comes courtesy of R∆§H∆Ð.Download: Rashad- Museum