Trick or treat. As promised, Fat Joe releases the second installment of his The Darkside series with features from Jadakiss, French Montana, Raekwon and more. Tracklist and download link after the jump.
Apparently, the Based God is finally releasing videos for all his old releases. And this evening, he lets go one for the opening track off his I Forgive You mixtape. Better late than never.
The self-proclaimed King Of New York takes it pool side with more than enough badonkadonks in his latest video. Looks more jumping than it sounds. If you haven’t got the mixtape yet, get it
All Ali, Quez and Strap need is bottles and models to get fucked up in their new clip. Off their mixtape, Differenter 3 (Road Trips & Big Tits). wshh
Fat Joe is preparing for the release of The Darkside Vol. 2
The day before Count & Moonie drop their new project, Green Lantern kicks things off with a recordring featuring Meek Mill produced by the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League. Now Or Neva, drops tomorrow.
Since BET left him out of their cipher, Mistah F.A.B. takes matters into his own hands in the streets of Berkeley, California and does what he does best for the camera.
For DeAndre’s latest freestyle, he brushes his shoulders off over Drake’s “Headlines”. Off SB’s mixtape, Skate Boy which he released earlier today.
Meek Mill has sure come a long way since last year. And on Friday, he returned to the Wells Fargo Center for Power 99 FM’s annual Powerhouse concert. Here’s a recap along with Big Sean, DJ Khaled, Jadakiss, Tyga, Ace Hood, Freeway and more.
Cool and Dre hipped me to their new artist a few weeks ago and I finally got a chance to check out this video he made about a year ago. As you’ll soon see, dude has passion, strong subject matter and he can spit. Look out for a new visual this week. But in the meantime, get familiar with one of hip-hop’s much-needed new voices. UPDATE: A message from Dre after the jump. Rap music is a mirror of our […]