UPDATE: We've added the new Goldrush-directed visuals to PRhyme.
Courtesy and U Looz, the singles released to date off Royce Da 5'9” and DJ Premier's collaboratorative debut as PRhyme, have both received stellar reviews in the Booth, heightening fans' already sky-high expectations for the set. But those tracks were evidently just warmups. The duo's latest single is not only self-titled, but leads off the tracklist on the also-eponymous LP. Is it dope enough to merit that prestigious position? You'd better f*king believe it. PRhyme isn't as aggressive as its predecessors, but the diversity of Royce's flows and lyrical content, along with the dizzying array of sounds Primo brings together in his quietly intense beat, makes this the perfect appetizer before the main course. PRhyme (the album) is set to hit record stores and online retailers Tuesday, December 9. In the meantime, watch our front page for more fresh singles!
How EKKSTACY Beat Writer’s Block to Make His Best Album
Pop anti-hero EKKSTACY finds his aggressive voice on his new album, 'misery.' He breaks down his journey through writer's block for Audiomack World.