Lord Of The Flies – Willie The Kid Feat. A1, Sonny Black & Big Joe

Dope new record from Willie The Kids new mixtape, Lord Of The Flies featuring A1, Sonny Black & Big Joe.  The Fly 2 The Transformation is available for free download here.

Lord Of The Flies – Willie The Kid Feat. A1, Sonny Black & Big Joe

Peep the original version from Killarmy’s debut album Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars, Full Moon featuring 9th Prince & Killa Sin.

Full Moon – Killarmy

I Remember – 9th Prince

9th Prince gives a history lesson on himself, Killarmy & Wu-Tang in his new video for I Remember, off of his 2010 album One Man Army.

I Remember – 9th Prince

ONYX FT. METHOD MAN, RAEKWON, KILLA SIN-THE WORST

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 I MUST RE-ITERATE 1995 HAD THE BEST, RAWEST MOST GRITTY HIP HOP EVER. AND STAYING TRUE TO FORM WAS ONYX. RELEASING THEIR SOPHOMORE ALBUM IN 95 “ALL WE GOT IZ US” ONYX EARNED HIP HOPS RESPECT WITH MULTIPLE COLLABO’S FROM HIP HOP HOTTEST TALENTS INCLUDING BUSTA RHYMES,BIG PUN,WU TANG CLAN,FAT JOE AND MORE. TAKE A LISTEN TO ONE OF MY FAVORITES. ENJOY.

Killarmy – Wu-Renegades

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One thing about HHTT is that we have a deep love affair with Wu Tang Clan, as you already can tell. Wu dominated each member of the braintrust’s life growing up, and I think I can speak for Rev and Lex that there will never be a more influential rap group. When Killarmy dropped Wu-Renegades everything paused, each member displayed lyrical genius over an agonizingly frantic piano sample. The video was as dark as the lyrics, capturing the true feeling of the streets deeper than any prior Wu release. HHTT now presents Wu-Renegades, Prepare your self now for the 6 man wedding.

9th Prince – Banned from the Radio

9th Prince from the Wu-Tang Clan affiliated group Killarmy came out with “Banned from the Radio” a few years back.  The first thing that grabbed me about this song is the John Lennon sample from his classic song “jealous guy” which is a personal favorite by the way.  Having said that Rza’s younger brother actually does it justice, complimented nicely by the video filmed in Staten Island and in front of the famous “Can it be all so simple” mural near Park Hill.