Still in the UK, SoulCultureTV caught up with Meth, who briefly says he doesn’t cosign the numerous comparisons between the Clan and OFWGKTA, but praises Tyler and the collective’s movement.
Nasty Nas makes his return with the first single off his next solo album, Life Is Good. Nasir planned to drop this tonight, but Flex just dropped the bomb earlier than expected. Produced by Salaam Remi. UPDATE: Dirty with no tags.
Crooked I reps the C.O.B. and schools you amateurs on how to thug it up over Weezy’s new single “How To Love“. Do remember, Planet C.O.B. Vol. 2 coming July 12 and Million Dollar Story coming soon.
Swizzy returns to his production vault for Monster Mondays and digs up an unreleased track by Jomo featuring Juelz and Cassidy.
After noticing Freddie Gibbs’ insightful and often humorous observations on sports through his Twitter account, Rap Radar decided to give him a forum to express his thoughts on the thrills of victory and the agonies of defeat. It’s Gangsta Gibbs Wide World Of Sports. The black Bill Simmons is here. And for his 11th column, Gibbs reports live from the 50th State and weighs in on last night’s NBA Championship game.
Styles P and his D-Block compadre trade bars back and forth this new track. No idea where this will end up, but a video was already shot this past weekend. Take a listen. flex
Meek recently stopped by DJ Superstar Jay’s show on Shade 45 and let the cannon rip. Check out two parts of his styleless rhymes below. Break 1: Break 2: