Iglooghost, Kai Whiston, and BABii don't quite break new ground on XYZ, but they do complement each other very nicely on a majority of the tracks.
Ed Sheeran's exploitation of feature culture on No.6 Collaborations Project is second only to DJ Khaled.
Not much of Sli'merre's appeal has to do with Young Nudy.
Hiding Places is Billy Woods' most personally cutting project so far.
A Long Red Hot Los Angeles Summer Night contains quite a bit of Blu and Oh No's best work to date.
Czarface Meets Ghostface finds everyone besides 7L punching below their weight.
Malibu Ken is pure fun for total weirdos.
Download: Run The Jewels - Self-Titled Interestingly enough, one of 2013's best hip hop albums came from one of that year's oddest pairings as well: El-P and Killer Mike. R.A.P. music was an all-out assault with El-P's bold production, and Mike's hefty voice and conscious lyrics.
Though the project was unexpected, the energy between these two guys was too great to ignore. That much is obvious since Jamie and Mike have reconvened under the name Run The Jewels for a new collection of tracks that are out now on Fool's Gold, and downloadable via the link above.
If you're the physical type, CDs and vinyl are available for this release as well. Either way, I'm sure you wanna hear this thing ASAP. Hit that link! What are you waiting for?
Check a review for R.A.P. Music below: