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[Hip-Hop] Action Bronson & The Alchemist – Rare Chandeliers (Mixtape)

Queens emcee and overall strangely awesome character, Action Bronson, blesses us today with a free project in collaboration with a mainstay of L.A. hip-hop, producer The Alchemist. Rare Chandeliers combines Alchemist’s distinct and versatile skill set with Action’s absurd raps spit with his unmistakable east-coast grit. With the help of some friends including ScHoolboy Q, Sean Price, Roc Marciano and Meyhem Lauren, the styles collide seamlessly. Check out a few of the dopest cuts below and download the whole mixtape for free, courtesy of Vice Records, here: Action Bronson & The Alchemist – Rare Chandeliers.

’Action Bronson – Rare Chandeliers’
’Action Bronson
Randy The Musical’
’Action Bronson – Demolition Man (feat Schoolboy Q)’
’Action Bronson – Blood Of The Goat (feat Big Twin & Sean Price)’
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[Free Album] Domo Genesis & The Alchemist – No Idols

Domo Genesis, one of the stonier members of Odd Future, joins forces with veteran producer, The Alchemist, to bring us one of the most anticipated projects of the summer. The Alchemist’s heavy, but smooth, production fits well with the dark raps of the OF crew. With some assists from Earl Sweatshirt and Tyler, the Creator, Domo proves his capabilities emerging as a one of the most exciting, up-and-coming lifestyle rappers. Check out three of the standout tracks below and download the whole album for free here: Domo Genesis & The Alchemist – No Idols.

’The Daily News Feat. Space Ghost Purp, Earl Sweatshirt & Action Bronson’
’The Feeling’
’No Idols Feat Tyler the Creator’
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[Hip-Hop] Domo Gensis – Elimination Chamber ft. Earl Sweatshirt, Vince Staples & Action Bronson (Prod. The Alchemist)

Fresh off the announcing their No Idols mixtape, Domo Genesis & The Alchemist drop this verbal assault. The smooth & eerie beat allow the Odd Future natives and company to use an original chopped eccentric flow, in line with the “no idols” theme. Surprisingly enough, Earl does not provide the most impressive verse. Rather, Vince Staples delivers some standout bars with, “I live to die, better that than live a lie.” An awesome collaboration and definitely a project to look out for. (Written by Carlos F.)

’Elimination Chamber (Ft. Earl Sweatshirt, Vince Staples & Action Bronson)’
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