Word to Milton Waddams. Mike Schpitz and Slot-A’s new collaborative album just hit iTunes today (purchase it here), but you can stream it below via DJBooth. The LP features ten brand new tracks and was produced entirely by Slot-A. Hit the jump to check it out.
Produced by Slot-A Slot and Schpitz’s Have You Seen My Stapler drops on December 18th, and today they’ve blessed us with a new collabo joint, that won’t be on the project, but instead their album coming out next year. Give it a spin below.
Slot-A and Sincere leave the choice up to the ladies on this new freebie, which also produced by Slot. Look for two new projects from Slot — Have You Seen My Stapler with Mike Schpitz (due out December 18th) and his solo project, The Transition, scheduled to impact in January.
Shot and chopped by APJ Films. This past Thursday, a few of Chicago’s finest took over Beauty Bar for a showcase better known as Live $$$$$ Rap. The festivities were hosted by Que Billah and featured the sounds of DJ Slot-A. Check the recap above, which features footage of sets from Giftz, Ace B8gie, Neak, Add-2…
Directed by Alex Alicea Shot in various locations around Chicago, Slot and Schpitz let loose this new video from their upcoming Have You Seen My Stapler? collabo project, which is due out in the next month or so. I’m sure you’re asking yourself “wtf is a o’penny ons,” well, watch the to find out.
Slot-A has decided to step from behind the boards, and is now going full force on the mic. Beat ’em and join ’em, right? After years of producing for rappers like Add-2 (and many more) he’s decided to reemerge as a rapper, and this is his first official look. “Growing” is pulled from Slot’s Transition…
Produced by Slot-A. It’s been a while since we heard Add and Slot together, but that changes with this new joint. Reunited and it sounds so good. Ha! The Reunion
Schpitz and Slot are gearing up to release their joint album, Have You Seen My Stapler?, and this is their first offering. Look for the album to drop shortly. DJB
D-Win is prepping the release of My Ode To Debonair: Deluxe Edition, which features a handful of new tracks tacked on to his Ode which dropped back in November. Idiomatic and Slot-A partake.
The latest mixtape from Chicago spitter, Neak. The project was entirely produced by Slot-A and Rashid Hadee. So yeah, that production is on point. Download it below courtesy of DJ Booth.