Enjoy the episode for new music from folks like Bas, The Roots, DJ Premier, Lady of Rage, King Reign, Kwabs, Chance The Rapper, Jesse Boykins III, King Mez, Little Dragon, and more. Plus we were joined in studio by Steezie NASA and a young up & coming producer, U. Moore, whose name you might just […]
Always good to get some new music from King Mez! S/o 2DBZ.
Baltimore-bred, Los Angeles-based emcee E Major reunites King Mez with Khrysis for “Understand”, the new single from his latest album Baltimore Bruin. Coming on the heels of a number of music videos, including “TSRH,” “Slow it Down” and “Zodiac,” “Understand” is a track about going for your dreams whether or not your friends and loved ones understand the sacrifices you […]
The documentary film that every Hip Hop fan has been waiting for will finally be unleashed to the masses this fall and to coincide with the film’s release, HiPNOTT Records is honored to digitally release the official soundtrack, Music Inspired By The Film DEMOS: An Independent Artist’s Guide To Success, onSeptember 10, 2013. Executive produced by Mischa “Big Dho” […]
Here is the second installment of my Top 10 to Watch For midterm review. For those of you who missed Pt. 1, I put out a list at the beginning of each year of lesser known guys that I think you should keep your eyes on because they are making moves, have good music and […]
Asher Roth getting back to his roots. While his career has been all over the place, and he currently sits on Def Jam’s shelf…, I think it is undeniable that the dude can rap. Hopefully a release like this can get him back on track and putting out music more consistently, I def wanna hear […]
“Top 10 to Watch For” is one of the first editorials I started on Da-What and it is still one of my favorites. Alumni from my list include most of the big time music out there both on the blogs and the radio; I would even say my lists are usually more accurate than the […]
First off, just a reminder: I don’t do semantics so I don’t want to get into it with anyone complaining that their street album was grouped with the mixtapes and the FreEPs blah blah blah. If you gave your music away for free, I put it in one category, if you charged then it is […]