SAS and Statik Selektah are teaming up for a collaborative project entitled “Stereotype,” due for a August 14th release [via Stone Throw], and earlier today the crew dropped off the visual to the first single from the forthcoming set:
Stereotype features production exclusively from the Brooklyn-based DJ, Statik Selektah, whose past collaborations include Nas, Freddie Gibbs and Action Bronson and features appearances from the extended SAS family including Planet Asia and Chace Infinite plus West Coast newcomers Casey Veggies, Schoolboy Q and the Black Hippy crew and southern rap veteran David Banner.
Take a glimpse at the tracklisting under the hood.
Add-2 stopped by Shade45 last week to promote his forthcoming project Save.Our.Souls. After a brief interview, Statik Selektah drops the beat and the Chicago lyricist GOES IN! Peep the official artwork for the highly anticipated tape below.
In channeling sniper Lee Harvey Oswald, Action Bronson and Statik Selektah provide the visuals to their Well Done featured track “Cirque Du Soleil.” The footage acts as more of a viral accompaniment in comparison to your typical music video, as it was directed by Rik Cordero.
1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology) perform the single Goin Back off their critically acclaimed 1982 album in stores now. Footage from The Middle East in Cambridge, MA 11/6/10, shot by Jon Wolf & additional filming by Jason Jenkins.
In case you didn’t know, Statik Selektah and Termanology have joined forces to create their group 1982. They just released their debut album 1982 this past October and originally, this EP was only available as an added bonus to those who made the purchase. Now the tables have shifted and it’s available for all to enjoy. Do yourself a favor though and go pick up the album. It’s dope. Download link and tracklist after the jump.
1982 is a new duo comprised of Statik Selektah and Termanology who’s debut self-titled studio album hits stores on October 26th. “Still Waiting” is the second visual we’ve seen from the project with Jon Wolf directing it. If you missed their first visuals featuring Masspike Miles and Bun B on “You Should Go Home”, go check that out – definitely a fresh song.
Statik Selektah and Termanology recently combined to form 1982. This is the video for their lead single “You Should Go Home” featuring Bun B and Masspike Miles. The video was shot on location in New York and was directed by John Colombo. Look out for their debut album to be released on October 26th.
Gary Indiana’s finest is getting ready to release his upcoming mixtape Str8 Killa, No Filla this Thursday followed by the release of the Str8 Killa EP on Tuesday so if you’ve been craving some Gibbs you’ll have plenty of new material to check out. On “Serve Or Get Served”, Freddie linked up with Statik Selektah for a smooth summer joint. The only problem, it’s only 1:34 long and leaves me wishing it was longer. Maybe there will be a full version on the EP. Shouts to DGB.