SMKA Albums & Mixtapes

SMKA - The Hang Out: Part 1 Cover
Artist: SMKA
Atlanta production collective, SMKA, blocked out 882 Studios for four days, and invited many of Atlanta’s most talented and progressive hip-hop artists to hang out, and make music. The result is The Hang Out, a two-part... More
Posted one year ago
Super Market Knife Attack - The Best of 2012 Instrumentals Cover
Artist: SMKA
Atlanta collective crew SMKA (aka Super Market Knife Attack) had a very, very big 2012. In addition to helming multiple full-length projects, they also provided production for some of hip-hop's best rappers, including Freddie... More
Posted one year ago
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Various Artists - Stankonia Sessions: A3C Edition Cover
Artist: SMKA
During this year's A3C Music Festival in Atlanta, producers The Flush and SMKA brought in some of hip-hop's best emcees to record a collaborative album in the legendary Stankonia Studios. The result is Stankonia Sessions, a... More
Posted 2 years ago
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SMKA Presents: A Kato Production Cover
Artist: SMKA
SMKA is proud to announce that Kato has officially joined their interstellar production collective, and to celebrate they’re releasing some of the Atlanta beatsmith’s best work in the form of A Kato Production.... More
Posted 2 years ago
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Super Market Knife Attack - Best of 2011 Instrumentals Cover
Artist: SMKA
In 2011 music collective SMKA (aka Super Market Knife Attack) helped reshape the sound of hip-hop, venturing into uncharted sonic territory without losing a grip on their rap roots. After projects with the likes of Aleon... More
Posted about 3 years ago
SMKA x DJBooth.net x Beat Thang - The Report Cover
Artist: SMKA
Album: The Report
Acclaimed beat crew SMKA have hooked up with DJBooth.net and Beat Thang to bring listeners their latest compilation EP, The Report. Curated by DJBooth, the project features 7 tracks showcasing the best and brightest rising... More
Posted 3 years ago
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SMKA - The 808 Experiment (Vol. 2) Cover
Artist: SMKA
Go meet the Libyans in the parking lot, grab a Mr. Coffee, jump in the Delorean and crank that thing up to 88 miles per hour, because we’re about to go back in time. The year is 1995 and hip-hop’s two central cities, New... More
Posted 4 years ago
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