Saba, Raekwon, Diggy, and more | Koalition Radio #14

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Good day Hip Hop afficianodos, fans, and casual listeners! Let’s get the week going with some uncut dope.

Starting things off, the Chef Raekwon continues his throwback series with some bars over the Faith and Carl Thomas duet “Can’t Believe”. Many artists have taken this particular instrumental to task and Rae does it justice.

Casey Veggies, an illusive artist mostly known for his various features, drops “3AM in Cape Town (Swag Worth A Mil Pt. 3)” with some dope production from Sango. The track knocks and is an uptempo entry for this week’s compilation.

Drake recently dropped some mostly sub par tracks after his “How Bout Now” song was leaked. One of those tracks was the horrid “6 God” and in a not so surprising move, Murda Mook decided to take the opportunity to take more shots at the light skin Keith Sweat.

#LudaBack ?

Continuing his attempted push back into Hip Hop relevancy, Ludacris drops some rhymes over Pusha T’s “Numbers on the Board”. The free verse is not bad by any means and it seems like Luda may still have some left in the tank. Stay tuned for more on this resurrection.

Last but not least is Chicago’s very own Saba with the visual for “Burnout” ft/ Eryn Allen Kane. Off of the impressive Comfort Zone project, “Burnout” is a energetic track equally matched by the fun, creative video. It’s a positive mindset type joint that fittingly caps off this week’s Koalition Radio. Share comments down below and be sure to share with friends!

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