Killer Mike

Killer Mike Dropping “R.A.P. Music” With Producer El-P

(AllHipHop News) Grammy Award-winning rapper Killer Mike a.k.a. Mike Bigga is planning to release his new album R.A.P. Music this May.

Killer Mike teamed up with Brooklyn Hip-Hop legend El-P, who handles all of the production for R.A.P. Music.

R.A.P. Music features Killer Mike touching on a number of issues, including economic discrepancies and racism in America.

According to Killer Mike, R.A.P. Music acronym for “Rebellious African People’s Music.

Killer Mike draws inspiration on ““Don’t Die,” from the recent murder of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

Killer Mike said he recorded “Don’t Die” “so we never forget Fred Hampton, Oscar Grant, Sean Bell and other good men killed unjustly by police in this country. R.I.P. Trayvon.”

R.A.P. Music is due in stores on May 15 on Williams Street Records.

Tracklisting is below:

1. Big Beast (feat. Bun B, T.I. and Trouble)
2. Untitled (feat. Scar)
3. Go!
4. Southern Fried
5. Jo Jo’s Chillin
6. Reagan
7. Don’t Die
8. Ghetto Gospel
9. Butane (Champion’s Anthem) (feat. El-P)
10. Anywhere But Here (feat. Emily Panic)
11. Willie Burke Sherwood
12. R.A.P. Music

  • Beat It, Winter!’s 2012 Spring Music Preview Is Here |

    […] Killer Mike’s sixth studio album will feature production entirely from alternative Hip-Hop staple El-P and feature the likes of Bun B, T.I., Scar, Trouble, and Emily Panic. R.A.P. Music, which stands for “Rebellious African People Music”, is the follow-up to Mike’s critically-acclaimed album, PL3DGE, which received some of the highest praise of any Hip-Hop release last year. Let’s see how Mike tops himself in 2012, ’cause we know he will! […]

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