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Cormega Releases a Dream Team Remix with AZ, Redman & Styles P (Audio)

This past Summer, Cormega released “MARS (Dream Team)” featuring AZ, Redman and Styles P. Just the lineup was enough to make Heads explode, but it actually lived up to its

Cormega Has Spit Some Of His Finest Verses Acapella. How’s Reflection Stack Up? (Video)

Cormega’s Mega Philosophy is still making its rounds months later, revered by many Heads as one of the best Hip-Hop albums of the year. The Queensbridge veteran frequently spits to

One Of Cormega’s Philosophies Comes To Life With Large Professor & Maya Azucena (Video)

On this year’s critically-acclaimed Mega Philosophy album by Cormega, one of the highlights is “Rise.” With a chorus by songstress Maya Azucena, the Large Professor-produced (with additional input by Cormega)

Cormega Juices Up Industry, With A Kool G Rap, Masta Ace & Craig G Remix (Audio)

After the tremendous acclaim of Mega Philosophy single, “Industry,” Cormega (as promised) is hard at work on some jaw-dropping remixes. Cory starts off looking at his own native borough of

Cormega Knows If It’s Not Bringing In Dollars, It’s Not Making Sense In The Industry (Video)

What makes dollars doesn’t always make sense. Cormega, who was introduced to the culture as a part of the Nas constructed super group The Firm, takes his time to eloquently

View The Evolution Of Cormega In Mega Philosophy (Album Stream)

In merely a few hours, New York’s own Cormega will officially release his LP, Mega Philosophy, to the masses July 22. Take a listen to MARS (Dream Team), featuring AZ,

Cormega Is The Self-Proclaimed Rap Basquiat, On A Large Professor Groove (Audio)

From the recluse to the disenchantment with fame, to the exceptional, enduring body of work, Cormega and Jean-Michel Basquiat aren’t all that different. After all, they are two New Yorkers

Cormega Calls Out The Industry Over A Smooth Large Professor Beat (Audio)

If anybody can be skeptical of record industry tactics, it’s Queens veteran Cormega. “‘Mega Montana” famously turned down a management offer from Steve Stoute, costing him a founder’s spot in