The Generation of Infamous

More Hottest Tracks – February 2019

Meyhem Lauren & Alchemist Keep It G On “Still Playing Celo”


Meyhem Lauren and Alchemist team up on hazy new single, “Still Playing Celo.”

Meyhem Lauren and Alchemist have built a strong relationship over the years. Their chemistry is undeniable on wax and they’ve proved it on numerous occasions. Recently, the two artists linked up for their new track, “Still Playing Celo.”Meyhem Lauren and Alchemist have teamed up once again for their latest track, “Still Playing Celo.” The track brings Meyhem Lauren’s smooth, New York flow over Alchemist’s hazy instrumental. The two artists released the single on limited edition vinyl which you could cop here. The vinyl also includes another collaborative single from the two artists titled, “Codename.”

Meyhem Lauren is currently on the road with Action Bronson on the “White Bronco” tour. The tour kicked off on Feb. 11 in Boston and is scheduled to conclude in Los Angeles on March 16th.

Quotable Lyrics
Kilo on my neck, half a brick on my feet, feet
Imagine what I got floatin’ out in the street
Uh, you know the stylo
My n***as still playin’ celo

Black Thought & Midnight Hour Put In Work On “Noir”


Black Thought continues to deliver stunning authorship.

Black Thought has been on somewhat of a prolific run, coming off the release of two Streams Of Thought EPs. Now, the Roots lyricist has returned with a new track called “Noir,” penned in honor of Black History Month. As producer Adrian Younge tells it, Thought was commissioned to hold it down for Amazon Originals “Produced By” series, and came through with ” a very cultivated description on being black in America.” Taking to a jazz breakbeat and off-kilter pianos, Thought attacks the instrumental with a lyrically dense and detailed tale.”He went from cradle to grave, he’s been a king of the slaves,” raps Thought. “The menagerie of America, he was made in it, instead of waiting for Superman, his people had a plan.” As Thought’s story progresses, new layers line the instrumental, complementary in their cinematic scope. Should you enjoy this, rest assured there may be more where that came from. Younge also teased the possibility of a collaborative album between Black Thought and The Midnight Hour, imploring fans to “Let us know if we need to get to work.”

Quotable Lyrics

Because he embraced the weapon
That aimed at the same prize
His eyes were kept on
Surviving on soup kitchens, bread lines
And newspaper clippings
When he was in the headlines

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