Cormega And Lake Team Up For My Brothers Keeper
Posted on July 22, 2006 by Jamie Slaughter
Cormega is a name synoymous with both independent music and the notorious neighborhood of Queensbridge, New York. Over the past several years, Cormega has released a number of acclaimed albums, and has paved his own path to success. For the first time in history, Cormega is teaming with his fellow QB emcee and longtime friend, Lake, for a full-length feature album entitled My Brother's Keeper. The project will be released on August 22, 2006 on Fast Life Music.
My Brother's Keeper contains 13 exclusive tracks, with featured guest spots from Fat Joe on "Dirty NY," Mr. Cheeks on "QU Side," Greg Nice on "Don't Start" and R&B songstresses Kira on "Miss Everything" and Uniqua Star on "30/30." Powerful production from D.I.T.C.'s Buckwild, J. Waxx Garfield, Ax Tha Bull, Ski, Jay Boy, HotDay, Now or Laterz, Get Large and Cormega himself contribute to one of the strongest QB collaborations to date.
After his recent signing to Death Row East, Lake is in a great position to be introduced at large to eager fans. His previous work with Nas on the God's Son album and his own 41st Side Compilation solidified Lake's place in New York's underground market. My Brother's Keeper marks a monumental era for QB, with two true legends in the game bringing it home. “It’s a lot of different things me and Cormega went through together over the years,” explains Lake. “We put that into music, and it came out great.”