Queens Godfathers Kool G. Rap, Tragedy Khadafi and Blaq Poet take it to the coliseum and compare war scars on Rock Mecca’s star studded “Q-Boro Thoro” Coliseums remix, produced by Jake Palumbo. From Rock Mecca’s “FE26 The Ironsides” EP, available on all platforms.
Rock Mecca’s critically acclaimed LP “Ironworld” was released in 2018. The three years it took to make the album generated several outtakes, side appearances and remixes that are now being released as a compilation EP dubbed “FE26: The Ironsides”
The properties of iron are being channeled here to bring you hardcore Hip-Hop in the form of 8 tracks, all bangers no filler.
Recorded at the Spacelab, a studio in Brooklyn, N.Y, which is quickly becoming a go-to spot for the cream of New York’s underground rap scene, a few frequent passerbys were pulled to the side to drop a sixteen as Rock was working on Ironworld.
The EP that resulted is a star-studded project with a who’s who of Hip-Hop’s true school. Features include a rare appearance by New Jersey legends Artifacts, a collaboration of Queens Godfathers Kool G. Rap, Tragedy Khadafi and Blaq Poet as well as Flipmode Squad’s Rah Digga and West Coast spitter Ras Kass. Brooklyn vets Smif-N-Wessun and Shabaam Sahdeeq also make an appearance as well as new school phenom Tha God Fahim.
“FE26: The Ironsides” is the first of a few releases slated to be released by Rock Mecca this year and another standout project to add to the cannon of his discography.