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Earlier this month, site affiliate Rod McCoy sent over some live performance footage. He rocked the stage on the solo tip to perform some tunes off of his latest collaborative offering Selah. The project was done in conjunction with his homie Synik.

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“AHE” (previous review)

“Price Of Success” (previous review)

“Rolling Stoned” (previous review)

After much anticipation and campaigning, Selah, the first collaboration project from Southern Audible Hustle Entertainment artists Rod McCoy and Synik finally hit the net this past weekend. It has been receiving some pretty positive feedback thus far, so of course The Illixer had to get in on the action. It contains a total of 17 tracks. Three of which have been previously reviewed on the site (see above). There is also a nice diverse collective of producers and guest appearances on deck as well. Dive into this journey fueled by ‘malt liquor and good dope’ after the break.

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Last week Rod McCoy unleashed the final leak off of Selah, his upcoming collaboration project with his homie Synik. It’s a fitting ode to his brand Audible Hustle Entertainment dubbed “AHE” that was produced by VenoTheBuilder of San Antonio, Texas. Rod apparently caught some inspiration during a short stay in the lone star state and things unfolded from there. The saying goes that the best is saved for last. See if that rings true for this track after the break.

PR(Photo By Rod McCoy)

Rod McCoy (Audible Hustle Enterainment) has brought the focus back around to his collaboration album with fellow artist Synik, Selah. The project is slated to drop in September and is available for pre-order for a limited time only at just $1. That is a steal, so go ahead and take advantage by hitting up Band Camp. To revamp the campaign, the ATL based talent is circulating a single titled “Price Of Success.” It was produced by Virginia native ManHe. ManHe happens to specialize in working with drum patterns as well as classic and rare samples. Find out how what he cooked up for the southern duo panned out after the break.