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 about 2 years ago
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SMKA Presents: A Kato Production Cover
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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
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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 2 years ago
SMKA x DJBooth.net x Beat Thang - The Report Cover
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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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