PRhyme Releases 'To Me, To You' Featuring Jay Electronica

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The hip-hop creation PRhyme featuring legendary producer DJ Premier and Royce Da 5' 9" release "To Me, To You" featuring Jay Electronica. Electronica has been selective on the features that he appears on but this one is quite special.

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(UPDATE: "Dat Sound Good" Audio Below)

The song features a classic DJ Premier sound with two serious contributions from Royce and Electronica. Royce is one of the four members of the hip-hop supergroup Slaughterhouse. The Shady Aftermath artist came up along side Eminem in their own group Bad Meets Evil and his lyrical ability is extremely impressive.

As an experienced rapper Royce has managed to make his flow fit almost any type of hip-hop feature known from party music to street anthems. His display is this song is both fresh and braggadocios.

Fans of Electronica may have given up on his album, however, the artist continues to shine on a few of the features he has graced this year.

Labeled one of the most lyrical up and comping artists and being signed to ROC Nation is a testament to his skills that he displays on "To Me, To You." The "PRhyme" album is slated for next Tuesday December 9 and features Ab-Soul, Mac Miller, ScHoolboy Q, Dwele, Common and Slaughterhouse as well.

According to NPR's First Listen, "PRhyme, rapper Royce Da 5' 9" and producer DJ Premier's collaborative project, is in actual fact a hardcore rap fan's fantasy realized; it's also one of those mythical instances of a good-looking tracklist exceeding all expectations.

PRyhme is a nine-song testament to its creators' perseverance in changing times and proof positive that -- even in an era when novelty supplants quality more often than not -- the "dope rhymes, dope beats" formula can still yield something remarkable."

Listen to "To Me, To You" featuring Jay Electronica


"Dat Sound Good" Featuring Ab-Soul & Mac Miller