We got the same card mentioned below by HipHopDx. Hit the jump to see image.
In their annual holiday card, Duck Down Records made some important announcements. The label, founded by Dru Ha and Black Moon's Buckshot will be celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2010. In honor of that, the thriving indie announced some of it's releases for the benchmark year.
After last week's confirmation of a Ruste Juxx & Marco Polo album The eXXecution, the label is also planning releases from Kidz In The Hall (The Land Of Make Believe), General Steele (Amerikkka's Nightmare Part 2) and Sean Price (Mic Tyson). With all but the last planned to be released in February and March, the Manhattan-based label did reveal that they will be both releasing Random Axe (Guilty Simpson, Sean Price and Black Milk's group), as well as rumored collaborative LP between Smif N Wessun and iconic Hip Hop producer and remixer Pete Rock.
In April, Steele told DX, "We’re excited about doing the project, this our fifth album. We thought about it, we were like ‘Alright, we can do it two ways: we can have Da Beatminerz do the album, or we can have Pete Rock do the album.’ We thought about, ‘Well, since Beatminerz is going to be doing the next Black Moon album, then we probably just need to do something a little different.”
He elaborated, “We couldn’t think of anyone else. There are a lot of producers that I respect, but it had to make sense. We didn’t want to reach for the stars, so to speak, and it seemed like we were trying to step out of being Smif-n-Wessun. Everybody knows we’re the grimy duo from Brooklyn, we all know that. We’re smoking, Timberland cats, but we also party, we’re also family, we’ve also got children, we’ve also got ladies."
A title and specific date has yet to be released.