After announcing the mixtape last month, K.R.I.T. has finally given it a release date of February 20 and his fist single, “I Got This” on February 1. Don’t forget, Live From The Underground is also on the way. hhnm
In the latest episode of Tony Williams’ R2KOTF series, he shares unreleased footage of Kanye’s Graduation studio session where Ye plays the original “Big Brother” beat for Jay, which features a Prince sample. In this 4th episode of #Road2KoTF, Tony takes us into the studio for the creation of ‘Flashing Lights’, the writing sessions for ‘Champion’ & ‘Barry Bonds’ as well as showcasing, for the first time, an intimate look into the New York session when Kanye played ‘Big Brother’ […]
There’s a new guy in town. And in support of his Definition Of Fuck Shit 2, Alley Boy hits the mean streets of Chicago for his new video. Come fuck with him if you wanna.
Seems like this is everyone’s favorite beat of the moment and now Pusha lets loose a viral for his own rendition. Directed by Samuel Rogers. 40 oz van
It’s easy to see why Jay-Z and Kanye West performed this so many damn times. Fueled by Hit-Boy’s nimble synths and occasional drums, “Niggas In Paris” became a universal hit for soccer moms and straphangers alike. Not to mention, rappers like T.I., and Busta Rhymes got in on the fun as well. What more can we say, it got the people going. Previously: #5 Tyler, The Creator “Yonkers” | #4 Lil Lody “Rollin” | #3 Jahlil Beats “Ima Boss” | #2 […]
Every once in awhile, a respected elder in the rap game has to come down and slap fire out you young assholes. Make no mistake, C Breezy’s comback triumph would’ve knocked without Trevor Smith but Bussa-Bus steals the show here and takes this hit to a whole ‘nother level. Wack MCs beware! No one rhymes crisper, faster, while still being intricate and clever. You could dislocate your larynx tryin to create his captivating breath control. This potent performance got Busta […]
It’s tough to judge this guy because he’s actually my friend but thankfully the hip-hop nation agrees—Justin Smith is one bad muthafucka behind the boards. And the man who helped build the soundtrack to the Rocafella dynasty proved that he’s still destined for more greatness in 2011. The hardest moment on Drake’s Take Care comes courtesy of him as he turns an obscure gospel sample (sung over by a live choir) into a musical masterpiece. MCs would kill to spit […]
Busta’s protege gives a visual interpretation to Drake’s instrumental. Blessings be upon The Conglomerate.
A few weeks back, Chicago’s 107.5 WGCI held their annual Big Jam concert. Moonie and Count were on the bill and did their one-two thing. Check out their post performance interview here.
[vodpod id=Video.15937930&w=540&h=350&fv=] Does this guy ever take a break? Apparently not. Khaled was recently in NYC on his pre-Kiss The Ring Tour. Here’s film from his time in Harlem and an appearance at B.B. King Bar & Grille. Kiss The Ring coming soon.