Slightly off-topic, Timbaland released a snippet of this cut he produced for Mike, as a part of his Timbaland Thursdays initiative. This track is a part of an L.A. Reid sanctioned Michael Jackson album, which was supposed to be released by the end of 2013. Tim speaks on it in the video clip below, which [cont.]
The Bay Area’s 100s is bringing West Coast rap back to the future. His new release, IVRY, is a glimpse into a melodic new chapter for the Berkeley artist, taking classic mack vibes to chic new heights. From the smoothed out “Ten Freaky Hoes” and the Rick James-worthy “Different Type Of Love” to the ice [cont.]
From Young Money’s Rise Of An Empire compilation, which hits stores March 11th.
Ghostface appears on this new cut from female emcee, Black Frost’s new mixtape Da Beauty & Da Beast: Volume 4.
In a recent interview with Adra-Matic.Com, Alchemist spoke briefly about why he doesn’t usually produce for Eminem, despite being his DJ. He also reveals the artists he’d like to do full albums with, which includes MF Doom, Rakim, and JAY Z, among others. Read on: Adramatic.com: I’d like to know more about my two favorites [cont.]
If Ice Cube held the honor in the 90′s, Rick Ross is this generation’s version of “the rapper you love to hate”, for many reasons. Although he purports to be a big drug dealing gangster, his past actually reveals that he was at one time a corrections officer. He’s made some truly ignorant tracks in [cont.]
Rick Ross sits in with The Breakfast Club to speak on his new album Mastermind, his new house, the Wing Stop franchise, Wale vs. Complex, uniting with Young Jeezy, beef with 50 Cent and more.
Hold up and analyze, as this is probably pretty confusing for most, as Mobb Deep’s new album is called The Infamous Mobb Deep, which is not to be confused with their 1995 sophomore LP, The Infamous…. This 2-disc set does however include a second disc called The 1994 Infamous Sessions, which will include 14 lost [cont.]
Nice to see Pharrell still does raw drug-rap with Pusha T, inspite of his crossover success.
Schoolboy Q and 2 Chainz exercise that four dudes in a Regal flow in this Motion Family directed clip from Oxymoron.
Official video clip from The Lox’s Trinity EP, available now.
“Live For Today” is the second single from the upcoming album Sean C & LV Loud Dreams Vol. 1 presented by Play Cloths due out March 25th, 2014. The release features production by Sean C & LV with original tracks by Pusha T, Bun B, Busta Rhymes, Fabolous, Jadakiss, Prodigy, Styles P, Devin The Dude, [cont.]
From the album, Playboy, available now.
Rappers are some of our time’s greatest thinkers, so that’s why Brisk Bodega’s Rap PSA program gives them the opportunity to teach us how to act. Here, SchoolBoy Q departs with some very important wisdom: how to be romantic. And what you need to remember is simple, really. Just get yourself a bucket hat, let [cont.]
Produced by Cy Fire.
Willie the Kid, La The Darkman and Termanology hit up Showoff Radio with Statik Selektah, and Skin Diamond even dropped by to kick it with the Showoff Radio this time around. Statik dropped a beat for the three MCs who in turn gave us a cipher. Tune in to Showoff Radio each and every Thursday [cont.]
Scream Ent presents their latest single from Sonnie Carson, “Brooklyn”, produced by the legendary Buckwild. Directed by Alex Acosta. Go Brooklyn.
Directed @byYASHANA. From Projections, available now.
Big K.R.I.T.’s #WeekOfKRIT continues. Watch out for his next album, Cadillactica, coming soon. Childish Major on the beat.
Here goes another leak from the HBO / Def Jam Game Of Thrones official mixtape, Catch The Throne, which is due March 11th. The tracklist for the set has also been revealed. 1. Big Boi – “Mother of Dragons” 2. Magazeen – “Iron Throne” 3. Bodega Bamz – “Win or Die” 4. Kilo Kish – [cont.]
- Future – “Honest” Cover Artwork Revealed
- Alchemist Talks Lack Of Eminem Production, Wanting To Do Full LP’s With MF Doom, Rakim, & JAY Z
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- Stones Throw’s “Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton” Is Due On DVD/Digital April 29th
- Smoke DZA – “Dream.ZONE.Achieve” Cover Artwork & Tracklist Revealed
- Blueprint Announces New Album, “Respect the Architect”, Due April 22nd
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