Mello Music Group Releases ‘Bushido’ Compilation

blame it on Shake April 1, 2021

For the last decade, Mello Music Group has been behind some of the best album releases in the game. One look at their discography, and you’ll see quality projects from Apollo Brown, Skyzoo, Joell Ortiz, Oddisee, Quelle Chris, Open Mike Eagle, L’Orange, and countless others.

Now, with no plans of slowing down, the Arizona-based label is back with their latest compilation, Bushido. And man, did they outdo themselves.

Gathering a meticulously assembled arsenal of past, present, and future, MMG’s new project comes equipped with contributions from all the names mentioned above, as well as Alchemist, Stalley (the latest signee), Murs, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Nottz, !llmind, Homeboy Sandman, and more.

  1. “Iron Steel Samurai” f. Quelle Chris (prod. Alchemist)
  2. “Gold Gloves” f. Open Mike Eagle (prod. The Lasso)
  3. “One Of The Last” f. Marlowe (prod. L’Orange)
  4. “Yours Truly” f. Homeboy Sandman (prod. Kensaye Russell)
  5. “No Trouble” f. Oddisee (prod. Oddisee)
  6. “Gwan B OK” f. Zackey Force Funk (prod. The Lasso)
  7. “Ya-Neishi The Vocals” f. Skyzoo (prod. L’Orange)
  8. “Symbol Of Hope” f. Open Mike Eagle & Namir Blade (prod. Elaquent)
  9. “Never Lived” f. Oddisee (prod. Oddisee)
  10. “None” f. Homeboy Sandman (prod. Iman Omari)
  11. “Bane Bran” f. Quelle Chris & James Shanan (prod. Quelle Chris)
  12. “Black Rock” f. Joell Ortiz, Stalley, Namir Blade & Solemn Brigham (prod. Namir Blade)
  13. “Outlast” f. Dueling Experts & Joell Ortiz (prod. Apollo Brown)
  14. “Black Man” f. RJ Payne (prod. Apollo Brown)
  15. “Turnt Garveyite” f. Murs (prod. Georgia Anne Muldrow)
  16. “Nightmare” f. Cambatta (prod. Apollo Brown)
  17. “Rap” f. Homeboy Sandman (prod. Eric Lau)
  18. “You To Me” f. Oddisee (prod. Oddisee)
  19. “Zero Fux” f. Kool Keith, B-Real & Joell Ortiz (prod. Nottz)
  20. “Banners” f. The Perceptionists (prod. !llmind)

Press play below (via Bandcamp) and be sure to add Bushido wherever you get music when it hits the DSPs at midnight (4/2).