It’s a MadGibbs takeover in the Empire State. Last night, Freddie, Madlib and J Rocc performed
You know how Chicago do. If not, allow two of the city’s hottest stars to break it down for ya. Fresh’s Driving 88 drops next Monday.
This slipped under the Radar last week, but here’s the lead single from California-based artist, Kid Ink. It’s only a matter of time until your favorite radio station eats this up. Keep ya eyes peeled for his next album this spring.
Produced by Sire, the Yardfather keeps our anticipation for his new project going with his latest delicacy. Sounds like Sai still has that hunger in him. Warning Shots 3: One Foot In The Grave drops Tuesday.
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In part one of Al Lindstrom’s
Ice-T is heading to the Sundance Film Festival this weekend to premiere his documentary, Something From Nothing: Art Of Rap. Ice will also be performing at the Sundance Institute’s annual Celebration of Music on Saturday. “I was looking at the terrain of hip-hop and where it’s going