Pro Era’s Joey Bada$$ and Kirk Knight linked to create the entry song for UFC fighter Phil Davis. S/o 2dbz.
Before you hit play, this song’s credits jump off the screen. Logic + Big Sean + Tae Beast sounds as promising as anything. It delivers to the fullest, Tae laced em with a spaced out beat with plenty of room to rock; Logic and Sean both do their thing and take care of business. While […]
Last year was all Kendrick everything. Then TDE introduced its newest members and Isaiah Rashad dropped Cilvia Demo. ScHoolboy Q got his turn; he is now on tour doing double shows in every city and selling out pretty much every single one. Another sweet interlude in SZA’s Z. And now it looks like Ab-Soul is next to […]
To celebrate his 24th birthday, MGK released a new song and says he has another present when it hits 300,000 listens.
Flatbush Zombies have been releasing new music the last few weeks. Here’s the latest featuring Espa on vocals.
As part of Puma’s Shoestring Experience, Dyme-a-Duzin and We Are Twin made a new song. Listen below and watch the making of up top.
Atlantic Records artist Dyme-A-Duzin enlists the services of Casey Veggies for the official remix to his track ‘Body On Me’. This is the first time both Puma ambassadors collaborate. After seeing Dyme-a-Duzin perform the record at this year’s SXSW, Casey Veggies decided to hop on the remix.
We last heard from KA.LIL pka Khingz and RLGN aka Rel!g!on in 2011 when the South Seattle MC released his experimental album “Liberation Of The Monster”. This time the mc and producer reunite for “Heavenly” a laid back hip hop cut for all you jazzy bitches and bastards.
Leading off with a mellow sample, thick boom-bap drums and a soft underlying bass line, “Summer 98″ feat. Ross, produced by Moteleola, is the smooth summery single written and performed by Wize from London UK from his upcoming EP, The Road Trip.
“From rocking out a crowd of over 4,000 people to opening for Juicy J at the Howard Theatre, RAtheMC has been tearing down the city lately with her live performances. It’s only fitting that on her birthday, DC’s 1st Lady of Hip Hop owns her title with “Talk That.”