Produced by Dave Free. Directed by Fredo Tovar and Scott Fleishman.
Jay Rock told Hop-Hop Wired that he will be going on tour in the fall with Ab-Soul and Kendrick Lamar. He also said that he’s currently working on his new album. Further, he touched upon his attempt to create a new sound for the project.
From Stereotype, coming soon via Stones Throw. Produced by Statik Selektah.
A leftover from the Royalty recording sessions.
West coast hip-hop founders Treacherous Records and The DJBooth are proud to present their new compilation album, The Mint Room. Packed with 14 original offerings, including approved singles Back in the Days, Born Go Getta and more, this is independent hip-hop at its rawest and most treacherous. The Mint Room finds Treacherous Records recruiting an [cont.]
From The Mint Room compilation, which drops for free and on Itunes on July 10th. The project will also feature Crooked I, ScHoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, Fashawn, and more.
Ab-Soul’s Control System is out now on Itunes.
Beats TV sits down with the LA-based Black Hippy at SXSW. They talk to us about how their different personalities affect the diversity of their music, what gives their shows so much energy, touring with Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller, being on the cover XXL, and how each member has a different sound.
Remix from Take Me To Your Leader LP, available next week. HHS review coming soon….
Produced by The Futuristiks. Jay Rock is the second dopest member of Black Hippy.
The Black Hippy crew introduce themselves to the world, discuss what people think about west coast rappers, Jay Rock being in the studio with Dr. Dre, Kendrick working with Terrace, advice from 50 Cent about hard work and talent, Kendrick selling out shows, Drake touring with Kendrick Lamar, Terrace gives out his craziest groupie story [cont.]
From Jay’s Follow Me Home, available now.
Part one has Gilbere Forte, Chris Sutton (Sprite’s Hot 16 Winner), XV and Jay Rock. Part two features Rico Staxx, Wais P, Termanology, Sean Cross, and French Montana.
Another one from the recently reviewed Follow Me Home LP.
From the Bastards Of The Party soundtrack, hitting August 31st. LISTEN: Kendrick Lamar – “My People” (feat. Jay Rock)
One from Jay’s recently reviewed Follow Me Home LP, directed by APlus.
The West Coast has fallen on hard times in recent years, with very few names holding up the scene. Sure, we could count on legends like Ice Cube, Snoop, and Too $hort to hold it down, but let’s face it, the lack of a genre-defining Dr. Dre album over the last decade has left little [cont.]
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