Ebony Ronin Remixes, the new EP from Eloh Kush and John Robinson, features fresh takes on the single voted one of Jersey’s “Best of 2019.” Remixes by Budamunk, Invisible Handz, and Scientist. Artwork by Shabaam Shadeeq.
The release of Ebony Ronin marks the first full-fledged project from longtime collaborators Eloh Kush and John Robinson. The EP was inspired in part by the history of ronin, the masterless samurai warriors of feudal Japan. It features Giffy Da God, Seshat Ali, Jahbaton, Scienz of Life, and 60 Second Assassin.
Supreme Cerebral (LA) and Kush (NJ) join forces for Clark Connoisseurs, an eclectic album influenced by the London-based company Clarks and its signature shoe, the Wallabee. Produced by the west coast tandem of Clypto and Julez White, the album embodies the culture and feeling of wearing the Wallabee while navigating the music business and life in general.
Min: (Parables of Love) reflects Kush’s raw experiences with the most divine beings on the planet, WOMEN, and drops some science on life’s most powerful emotion, LOVE. Kush is accompanied on production by Ray West, DUS, Onaje Jordan, Inspirationalist, Clypto, and Troy Bell.
Esoteric Essayz: “This Eloh Kush and Ray West collaboration is one for the books. Each artist brings forth crazy energy and heavy bars with poetic feel, and Ray West gives us powerful production. This is an engrossing listening experience.” – Weekly Rap Gods
“Creative visionary Eloh Kush delivers a new EP composed of raw, unfiltered tracks from the past and present that serve as ‘a reflection of the times we live in now.’ Experience the sonic power of Rebelations.” – Insomniac Magazine
With international vibes from New Jersey to Tokyo, emcee Eloh Kush and beatmaker BudaMunk present Fly Emperor. This EP showcases Kush flowing as easy and smooth as a self-driving car over BudaMunk’s signature thumping and hazy productions.
Angeldus is “a collaborative effort with behind the boards mastermind Dus, who accents Eloh’s higher-level lyricism with sonic strokes of brilliance that enhance the entire collection as a whole.” – Insomniac Magazine
Tut Talk delivers “impenetrable lyrics and iron-clad boom-bap beats. Experience the audio alchemy.” – Insomniac Magazine