Sean Price – Monkey Barz [Instrumentals] [2020]

Sean Price – Monkey Barz [Instrumentals]
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01. Peep My Words (Kleph Dollaz)
02. One Two Y’all (MoSS)
03. Onion Head feat. Tek (Khrysis)
04. Fake Neptune feat. Buckshot, General Steele, Louieville Sluggah (Phat Babyz)
05. Heartburn (9th Wonder)
06. Shake Down feat. Starang Wondah, General Steele (, Justice)
07. Mad Mann (P.F. Cuttin’)
08. Brokest Rapper You Know (Ty Deals)
09. Boom Bye Yeah (Tone Mason)
10. I Love You (Bitch) (Dub Z)
11. Bye Bye feat. Buckshot (Khrysis)
12. Spliff N Wessun feat. Ruste Juxx (Ayatollah)
13. Jail Shit feat. Rockness Monsta (Agallah)
14. Monkey Barz (Ty Deals)
15. Slap Boxing feat. Ruste Juxx, Rockness Monsta (Edward Maximillion III)
16. Rising To The Top feat. Agallah (Agallah)

Sean Price – Monkey Barz Instrumentals

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John Memorex – Part. II [Exclusive Set] [Mix] [2020]

John Memorex – Part. II [Exclusive Set] [Mix]
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01. Dibia$e – Reflectin
02. KLIM Beats – You Baby
03. Astronote – 90’s Love
04. mikedecline – Free Speech
05. Aspect One – Look
06. Godai – Rainy Days
07. Chief – Domuno
08. KanKick – Herb Honey
09.Ayatollah – Eagle
10. P.U.D.G.E – AwnMyDawn
11. ES-K – Elevation
12. Sir Froderick – returnofthedoodoomaster94
13. Ras G – Bell Bee
14. Broke / – Born To Be Bruce
15. 6Fingers – Movement Number 4
16. Subtitle –
17. Fonetik Simbol – Suprise

John Memorex – Part. II

The Part. II of John Memorex appearance to showcase a mix for us all today. He’s been heavily involved in promoting so many releases during the years, and i feel it’s just right to show appreciation towards his movement. We’ve spoken from time to time, and it’s always a blessing when he support all of the artists on the movement.

In the mix, you will hear many different vibes, of his favorite style & groove and they are all making your head nod naturally – He’s for sure one of the great selectors of hip-hop beats out there with a long experience in the scene.

For over 12 years there’s been daily activity on his website, which you can check out here – with recommendations of albums, singles, EP’s and much more, a great source for anyone that enjoy hip-hop in general.


Thanks to for another opportunity to do another mix. Hope everyone enjoys.!  

Beat Tape

Ayatollah x Widowmaker – Ayatollah Presents: COLOSSUS [Beat Tape] [2015]

Ayatollah x Widowmaker – Ayatollah Presents: COLOSSUS [Beat Tape]
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01. Intro/Brain Cells Are Lit
02. Cold Blooded
03. Laika
04. Guilty As Charged
05. Spell Under (Interlude)
06. Tsunami
07. Out My Way
08. Wildlife
09. Juniper (Interlude)
10. My Deepest Sympathy
11. Kings
12. Another (Interlude)
13. Watch Me Rise
14. Little Red Book
15. What Can I Hope For
16. The Clouds
17. The Hardcore
18. Dennys (Interlude)
19. Nibiru
20. Bop To The Beats
21. Wretched Mutations

Ayatollah x Widowmaker – Ayatollah Presents: COLOSSUS

COLOSSUS is a producer trio consisting of legendary producer Ayatollah, Blue Healer of WIDOWMAKER, and Guttah Grey of WIDOWMAKER. This record is boom bap sample based madness at it’s finest. A collaborative effort 1.5 years in the making. Vinyl available for preorder now.

Beat Tape

77 Rise Recordings – Connections Series 006: Drasar Monumental x Ayatollah – Box Cutter Brothers 5 [Beat Tape] [2018]

77 Rise Recordings – Connections Series 006: Drasar Monumental x Ayatollah – Box Cutter Brothers 5 [Beat Tape]
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Side A
Drasar Monumental

1. Death Trap Chops
2. If This Blade Could Talk
3. Bollywood
4. Smoke Gentrification
5. Disco Razor Tag

Side B

1. No Biting Allowed
2. Feature Presentation
3. Rae Anime
4. Think It Through
5. Black And White
6. We Wont Know

77 Rise Recordings – Connections Series 006: Drasar Monumental x Ayatollah – Box Cutter Brothers 5

Also Available On: Yellow Tint Limited Cassette of 50 & Blue Tint Limited Cassette of 100


MF Grimm & Drasar Monumental – Good Morning Vietnam 3: The Phoenix Program & Ayatollah & Drasar Monumental – Box Cutter Brothers 4 [Review] [2017]

MF Grimm & Drasar Monumental – Good Morning Vietnam 3: The Phoenix Program & Ayatollah & Drasar Monumental – Box Cutter Brothers 4 [Review]

I was recently sent a couple of dope gifts from Drasar Monumental, the first being MF Grimm & Drasar Monumental – Good Morning Vietnam 3: The Phoenix Program and a copy of Ayatollah & Drasar Monumental – Box Cutter Brothers 4.

Let’s begin with MF Grimm & Drasar Monumental – Good Morning Vietnam 3: The Phoenix Program , If you are wanting to hear a motion picture meets a hip hop collabo then this is the album for you. You got the director MF Grimm setting the scene spitting raw detailed rhymes that tell stories of chaotic situations over the composer Drasar Monumental who sets the tone with gritty, boom bap beats. The combination of MF Grimm and Drasar Monumental works out perfect throughout the album giving the album that raw and toughness feel, which hip hop is lagging now days. definitely recommend worth checking this album out!

Then on the flip side of things you got Ayatollah & Drasar Monumental – Box Cutter Brothers 4 album… On side A you have Drasar Monumental (MC, Producer & DJ). Doing what he does best, which bringing that 100% real & raw uncut hip hop to nod your head to. Drasar Monumental drops dope lyrics over his boom bap production which he wants you to know he got “Atomic Bars”. Then side B you got something special here… the man, the myth, the legend producer & MC Ayatollah doing his thing, which if you’re a head hop head you know is going to be dope. Bringing that hip hop & soulful blend with that ruff punch to drop your jaw to cut ya and say damn…. Together Ayatollah & Drasar Monumental are the Box Cutter Brothers. A special project where each producer & MC is allowed to express and showcase themselves with their own production, own rhymes and the final result is fresh! Peep the project! Or get cut!

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MF Grimm & Drasar Monumental – GMV3 (SAMPLER) “The Phoenix Program”

Ayatollah & Drasar Monumental – Box Cutter Brothers 4 (Snippets)


Rhythm Roulette: Ayatollah [Video] [2016]

Rhythm Roulette: Ayatollah [Video]

Ayatollah has been a staple of east coast hip hop for years. The Queens native is most well known for turning heads on Mos Def’s beautifully stark “Ms. Fat Booty.” But he’s also locked in time with Talib Kweli, various Wu-Tang members, Cormega, Tragedy Khadafi, Styles P, Pharoahe Monch, Boot Camp Clik, Buckshot, Smif-n-Wessun, Sean Price, and more. Outside of his work with other artists, he’s released a solid work of instrumental projects as well.

After a quick blindfolded browse at the Future Shock Records, Ayatollah ends up with Roy Ayers’ Vibrations, a BBE Disco record, and the compilation album Urban Classics 2. Set up at the DJ booth in the shop, Ayatollah chops up the Roy Ayers record with his MPC then adds some of his own scratches. He also throws on a sample from the “Where Did You Go” track from The J’s and “Yes It’s You” by Sweet Charles.

Beat Tape Instrumentals

Ayatollah – The Meek Shall Inherit The Earth [Beat Tape] [2016]

Ayatollah – The Meek Shall Inherit The Earth [Beat Tape] 
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01. Let’s Build
02. The 4:30 Movie
03. Quasar
04. Waterfalls
05. Beat Street
06. Space World
07. Backsliders
08. Memoirs
09. Love Supreme
10. There Is A Way

Ayatollah – The Meek Shall Inherit The Earth

Beat Tape Instrumentals

Beat*Society & Ayatollah – Wendee [Instrumentals] [2015]

Beat*Society & Ayatollah – Wendee [Instrumentals]
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01. Put Your Hands to the Sky
02. Who Rocks the Spot
03. Cotton Candy
04. Deep Down Inside
05. I’ll Never Be Ashamed Again
06. Fire
07. The Real Thing
08. You Win
09. In These Changing Times
10. Julia Mae
11. A Country Called Earth
12. Have You Seen Wendee

Beat*Society & Ayatollah – Wendee

Looking to inspire the next generation of producers, Beat*Society has partnered up with the legendary beatsmith, Ayatollah, to release Wendee, the first installment in their new instrumental series.

Back in the early-to-mid 2000’s, Beat*Society made a name for itself as the premier showcase dedicated to the art of beatmaking. Over the years, countless greats have participated in the event – from the likes of Pete Rock and Nottz to Buckwild and Jake One to Black Milk and 9th Wonder, the list goes on and on. Some of today’s most sought after producers like S1, !llmind, Marco Polo, Statik Selektah, Apollo Brown and Oddisee all sat on stage with their trusty tools of the trade and rocked crowds all across America.

As for Ayatollah, his signature soulful sound played a key part in the beat-driven explosion in mid-to-late-90′s hip-hop. He burst onto the scene with Mos Def‘s “Ms. Fat Booty”, the lead single from the gold-selling Black on Both Sides, and went on to craft Rawkus-era classics like Styles P and Pharaohe Monch‘s “The Life.” Since then, he’s gone on to work with some of the biggest names in hip-hop, including Ghostface, Rakim, Talib Kweli, Cormega, Royce da 5’9″, Tragedy Khadafi, and Masta Ace.

Beat*Society & Ayatollah’s “Wendee” LP is out now via Soulspazm // Elementality Productions!