A tissue for Consequence’s sorrows. Ha! Heads Up: The great BFred
[sparkart-clique site="rap_radar" video="saigon_1"] Feb. 15, 2011 will go down in hip-hop history as the 12th year of Big L‘s passing, the day Lil Kim lost her mind, and finally the release of Saigon’s Greatest Story Never Told. I rode shotgun with the Yardfather on the way to his first in-store in the Boogie Down Bronx and we chopped it up about reaching #1 on iTunes, his battles to retain his artistic vision and his future goals to educate as well […]
[vodpod id=Video.5585727&w=425&h=350&fv=] Although the full version of this track hasn’t surfaced, Trav and the Thornton bros. recently began production for the video. When March 15th arrives, don’t forget to Give The Drummer Some.
Los Angeles collective, Odd Future catered to a sold out crowd last night at Santos Party House in NYC. Also known as OFWGKTA, (Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All) the band’s lead by horrorcore byproduct Tyler, The Creator. In the clip above, he performs his underground single, “Yonkers”. Additional footage after the jump. Free Earl! Sidebar: Photos from Mel D. Cole x The Source
Justin Bieber’s runaway love didn’t get far. Hip Hop Connection got a hold of his much-hyped collabo with Kanye West and Raekwon. Bridging the gap from pop to rap. ugc UPDATE: CDQ from KW UPDATE 2: Capitalizing off the hype of the Bieb’s movie Never Say Never, here’s the retail version of his collaboration with Kanye West and Raekwon. This version features a new beat as well. hhnm via sean
Raekwon’s new album Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang dukes it out on March 8th. But today, he rolls out the final version of his next single with DJ Khalil on the track. Pardon the autotune, but this still rocks.
Maybach Music’s resident R&B thug walks the road less traveled on this new track. It’s more Top 40 than Urban Contemporary, but sometimes, good music is hard to confine.