For those already gone crazy while waiting for the release of LongTerm: Mentality on April 5th, go berserk with the West Coaster’s latest tune produced by Ayiro.
If you haven’t pre-ordered Tech’s upcoming set, what kind of F.A.N. are you? Well here’s the bonus track that you will receive when you make your purchase over here.
Off the release of his latest mixtape, Mac is back and plans to release his upcoming EP, On And On next Tuesday. Here’s the self-titled cut produced by ID Labs. Ain’t no stopping him now.
To celebrate the release of W.A.R., Hot 97 sponsored Pharoahe Monch’s concert at S.O.B.’s last night in NYC. Backed by supreme vocalists Mela Machink and Showtyme, Monch performed some oldies but goodies and new material. He also brought out Immortal Technique, Styles P, and Jean Grae to help him out. It was a great show, but if you missed out check out more film below.
[vodpod id=Video.5835791&w=540&h=350&fv=] We want the funk. And during the closing credits of The Late Night With Jimmy Fallon show Wednesday night, Bootsy performed his Parliament-Funkadelic classic with The Roots. There’s a whole lot of rhythm going down.
French Montana keeps his track fresh by adding Brick Squad and Taylor Gang’s top dogs into the mix. Sidebar: Wiz Khalifa When I Was 17 Preview
“Keep fuckin’ with me, you ain’t gon’ have no future.” Ruh Oh! Looks like Bobby Ray let the wolf out of himself. After Odd Future’s Tyler, The Creator licked a shot on “Yonkers”, Bobby Ray returns fire on this self-produced cut. UPDATE: The Creator responds. Whoa. I Don’t Think The ‘No Future’ Song Is Even A Diss. But, Ive Never Heard Him Spit Like That. Took Me By Surprise, Cus Its Tight. Still Hate That Airplanes Song Tho. It Has The Same […]
[vodpod id=Video.5840223&w=540&h=350&fv=] Ah, the G.O.O.D. life. Sean Don takes a quick trip down memory lane with Breezy for the video of his first single. Finally Famous: The Album in stores May 3.
Eminem joined Shady Records’ newest signees Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf last night as a surprise guest on stage in Detroit at Royal Oak Music Theater. The crew performed their posse cut “2.0 Boys” to a sold-out crowd for Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf’s co-headline show presented by Shady in partnership with Brisk iced tea. Tonight, the show moves on to Central Michigan University’s Plachta Auditorium. UPDATE: Now with video. muziksmylife
Spitta crash landed over to Funk Flex‘s spot and handles his flow over Raekwon and Ice-T’s instrumentals. Muscle Car Chronicles and Covert Coup coming soon.