Mac’s got a lot to get off his chest. And for the latest visual off Blue Slide Park, Mr. Miller lets them all out in front of his album’s cover art. Directed by Ian Wolfson.
Use it or lose it. The Young Money president reaches in his bag and releases a compilation of unreleased tracks. Find out if these handful of oldies are goodies after the jump.
Now that Alchemist and Oh No’s collaborative album is almost here, the duo drops off the title track for the project. If you are sobered after, do remember, Vodka & Ayahuasca arrives January 24.
[vodpod id=Video.15912067&w=540&h=350&fv=] Maino and Skillz opened up MTV‘s first RapFix Live in 2012. Before wrapping up the show, Sway persuaded them each to kick a few of their rhymes for the viewers at home.
After releasing his critically acclaimed, 1977 LP, Terius Nash drops off the lead single from his fourth album The Love, IV: Diary of a Madman. Sounds solid—solid as a roc. mr. north
Action Bronson is in a contemporary mood. So for his latest rap, he takes us back to the past over a few familiar instrumentals. Produced by Party Supplies. Blue Chips coming soon. sermon
Joe Budden and Young Chris’ party isn’t shutting down anytime soon. With that being said, here’s their new party soundtrack courtesy of Flex. Hands on ya knees, hands on ya knees. UPDATE: No tags.