If you’re under 21, you shouldn’t listen to this.
Statik Selektah kicked off his Extended Play promo with a solid single (TRUST ME ON THIS ONE) titled “Bird’s Eye View” and followed it up with another second strong leak, “21 & Over.” The single is available for purchase on iTunes before the album, Extended Play, hits stores on June 18th.
This that shit I do like. Sorry for (mis)quoting an old Chief Keef song but man, this new cut off Statik Selektah’s Extended Play is such a great track. Statik delivered bringing Raekwon, the young buck Joey Bada$$ and Black Thought together over an impressive beat with a beautiful sample. Black Thought’s verse is my favorite (like wow.) but everyone held their ground on “Bird’s Eye View.” I mean, they ooze with talent as soon as the beat drops.
I always enjoy hearing the scratching in Statik Selektah’s tracks not to mention he knows how to pick artists for his beats. His album Extended Play drops June 18. Just a heads up for good music headed your way this summer.
This happened when I was working on the MTV Movie Awards last week. Action Bronson and Statik Selektah magic. Funk Flex’s mixtape sounds good to me so far. Peep the tracklist here.
For those of you who are unsure, Kissena Blvd. is a street that runs through Queens, NY. It also happens to be one of the oldest in Queens. Cool, right? Wikipedia never lies.
1982′s Statik Selektah and Termanology recruit Cory Gunz and Kid Ink for the remix of soulful sampled “Up Every Night.” 2012 out in stores now.
Statik Selektah and Termanology (also known as 1982) may have recently released their album, 2012, but today they’ve released a new record featuring Big K.R.I.T. Single available for purchase on iTunes.
Off Strong Arm Steady and Statik Selektah‘s upcoming collaborative album, Stereotypes, out April 20th.
Statik Selektah‘s Population Control available now on iTunes.
Directed by Rik Cordero.
Strong Arm Steady and Statik Selektah team up for StereoType, dropping January 2, 2012. Check out the first single, off their collaborative project, titled “Classic.”
Freddie Gibbs may have released Cold Day In Hell but he’s still not over his joint project with Statik Selektah, Lord Giveth, Lord Taketh Away. Check out Gangsta Gibbs’ latest visual “Lord Giveth, Lord Taketh Away” featuring a dark church, pregnant lady and Statik Selektah.
Directed by Oliver Whitehouse.
Statik Selektah premiered a track, featuring XV, Jon Connor & The Kid Daytona, off his upcoming album, Population Control, on Shade 45. Radio rip for now. Sam Jack is short for Samuel L. Jackson but doesn’t Sam Jack sound like a whiskey drink? Population Control drops October 24th.
Produced by Statik Selektah.