“Fatal Attraction” takes a page out of The Weeknd’s “Coming Down” and that ends up playing a huge role in the concept. KoJazz and Mercy give us stories of lust and hurt. The video is incredible in quality. Directed by Exhibition Z. KoJazz’s Change The Subject EP will be out on September 21. Previously: KoJazz Ft. Mercy & P. Hall – Avatar Follow @SermonsDomain
My Brother’s Keeper has been in the works for a long time. Bishop and Mercy have a close working relationship, so it was only right that they aimed to deliver a whole album. With their styles being similar and deep rooted in excellent rhymes, this album has an organic sound that meshes the two as a memorable duo. Solidified, 14KT, BKS, Dark Knight & 8Bar are some of the contributors to the soul-inspired production. Stream and download it below.
Caine and Abel were brothers, which is the message that Bishop and Mercy are trying to translate with their latest video. From My Brother’s Keeper, dropping on Tuesday, the duo share their brotherhood in rhyme form. Solidified lays down a soulful beat that is perfect to express these feelings and memories on. Directed by Exhibition Z. Previously: Mercy & Bishop Ft. Christyle – Digital Drugs (Prod. By Soldified) Follow @SermonsDomain
Mercy was in crunch time to create a video for “Ghetto Proverbs.” Usually rushing doesn’t help much, but he was able to pull it off. This track comes off of his Prelud3 EP last December. We all struggle, but finding enjoyment in life is very important to balance. Directed by Exhibition Z. My Brother’s Keeper with Bishop drops later in April. Previously: Mercy & Bishop Ft. Christyle – Digital Drugs (Prod. By Soldified) Follow @SermonsDomain
Mercy, Bishop and Christyle are all responsible for dealing that audio narcotic. The kind of drugs you hear and need to continue playing the song because it’s all you’re focused on. “Digital Drugs” is like audio crack on steroids, from Christyle’s energetic chorus to Mercy and Bishop’s killer bars. My Brother’s Keeper LP is set to be released sometime in April. Previously: KoJazz Ft. Mercy & P. Hall – Avatar Follow @SermonsDomain
Members of the ILLustrious crew are participating in March Madness. The amount of records we’ll receive throughout the month is unknown, but KoJazz sets things off with fellow crew mates Mercy and P. Hall on “Avatar.” If the hook was different entirely, this record would be a lot better, but the verses do a good job of making up for it. Previously: Mercy – What It Do (Prod. By Havoc) Follow @SermonsDomain