Toronto-based producer MoSS released his Marching To The Sound Of My Own Drum album today (November 13).
The Canadian beatsmith, who has worked with Ghostface Killa (“Kilos”) Raekwon (“Have Mercy”) and Obie Trice (the entire Special Reserve album), produced each of the project’s 15 tracks.
Onyx and Havoc appear on “Nobody Move” and Ill Bill and Insectah Deck guest on “Introduction.”
MoSS’s mentor DJ Premier shouts out his protege on “Started,” which also features AZ and Joe Budden.
The Marching To The Sound Of My Own Drum cover art, tracklist and album stream are as follows:
- “Introduction” f/ Ill Bill & Inspectah Deck
- “Started” f/ AZ, DJ Premier & Joe Budden
- “Who” f/ Chuuwee
- “Loner” f/ Witch
- “Lost In My World” f/ REKS
- “Day & Night” f/ Eternia
- “Nobody Move” f/ Onyx & Havoc (Link to MoSS f/ Onyx & Havoc “Nobody Move”:
- “Jealousy & Envy” f/ Slaine & Termanology
- “Arm & Hammer Man” f/ Red Cafe
- “Boombastic” f/ Slum Village
- “Sex” f/ AKA & Deuce Wonder
- “B.Q.P.” f/ Peedi Crakk, Royal Flush, Illa Ghee & Sean Price
- “Kids” f/ Joell Ortiz
- “Hard Hitters” f/ Supastition & Skyzoo
- “Emotional Redux” f/ Jon Connor, Willie The Kid, Vstylez, Big Gov & Guilty Simpson