Strange Music family members Murs and ¡Mayday! are teaming up to release a collaborative album together called ¡Mursday!, set for a June 10th release. Check out the official announcement trailer below, as well as two semi-related bonus clips. In the first, Murs interviews himself as a part of Jason Goldwatch’s Time Alone series. And in [cont.]
De La Soul has released a statement regarding the release of limited edition Smell The Da.I.S.Y. instrumental vinyl, which will accompany their recent collaborative mixtape with J Dilla of the same name. “We are happy to announce the release of the limited edition vinyl of “Smell The Da.I.S.Y.” in-stores 4/18. The vinyl will be a [cont.]
Set to be released as a double disc set on May 13th containing both a mixed version, arranged by DJ Revolution of The World Famous Wake Up Show, and an ‘Untagged Deluxe Edition,’ which includes three bonus cuts, Unearthed, epitomizes our commitment to delivering quality Hip-Hop. The tracklist serves as a who’s who of today’s [cont.]
Ras Kassiano sits with RedEyesAlwaysTV about his personal top 5 MC’s in the game, his upcoming project, and the “smokiest” cat he knows.
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Directed by Kyle dePinna from Major Lazer’s Apocalypse Soon EP, available now.
In 1994, just as in 1988 for hip hop, an incredible musical wave gave birth to some classic albums, trend-setting artists and dynamic songs that we’ve noticed throughout its history so far. Amongst this batch of history, the elite roster of artists who were born before, but didn’t really show signs of teeth until 1994, [cont.]
After taking VIBE back into the apartment where Nas grew up, the Queenbridge rapper’s young brother, Jungle, brought us to a few of the most important places mentioned on Ilmatic. When Nas was just a teenager, one of his family’s closest friends was brutally murdered in the same neighborhood that they grew up in. Known [cont.]
From Retro Hash, which hits April 22nd.
Another new track from Whoo-Kid and DJ S.Whit’s upcoming mixtape, The Elevation.
Apathy took to Facebook to speak on a topic that has been bugging him for a while, monetary support from his fans. This came after he reposted a post from Bette Midler, who was expressing her own disappointment in the music industry, in the face of piracy. Some fans took issue with this, and he [cont.]
With his #BestInTheWorld Biggie tribute tape hitting earlier this week, Jon Connor delivers a video from his #BestInTheWorld Kanye freestyles project, which hit earlier this year.
Big Duke of Psycho Realm on the boards, on the first release from their upcoming collaborative LP, Big Duke VS Kurupt.
Produced by Larry Fisherman.
A Brooklyn (Brownsville) native who now resides in sunny South Beach (Miami), Marvelous Mag returns to release a new track, “Still Alive,” with fellow BK bomber Skyzoo. Marvelous has been featured on numerous projects with his counterpart Hus Kingpin, including the recently released the Hus Kingpin Meets Pro Era EP with Chuck Strangers and Hus’ [cont.]
Meyhem Lauren & Buckwild today premiere the first track off their up coming album Silk Pyramids “Silk Shirts & Yellow Gold”. The album drops May 27th on Thrice Records, and marks the first national release for Meyhem who previously released countless street projects to critical acclaim. The entire album is produced by multi-platinum producer Buckwild [cont.]
On April 21, Adult Swim’s The Boondocks will kick off its fourth and final season. After enduring some pretty incredible—and incredibly hilarious—adventures over the past three seasons, this final one promises to take Granddad Freeman and his two roguish grandsons, Huey and Riley, to new comedic heights with their exploits. To celebrate the show’s fantastic [cont.]
Skyzoo and Torae will unite as The Barrel Brothers for their self-titled collaborative LP, which will hit May 27th. Collaborators include DJ Premier, Oh No, Jahlil Beats, !llmind, Sean Price, Guilty Simpson, Black Milk, Livin Proof, Khrysis, Apollo Brown, and more. 1) Intro 2) Talk Of The Town (prod. by Oh-No) 3) Make You A [cont.]
“Give ‘Em What They Want,” 12-inch on clear vinyl with six tracks produced in 2002 by J Dilla and Supa Dave West. This will be released on May 6th on Pay Jay Productions.
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