It’s one of the most storied debates in hip-hop: Queens vs. The Bronx. And with
Last Spring, Queens newcomer 360, bottled his highs and lows into an enjoyable listen with his debut EP, Everywhere And Back. After stating his claim on the title track, he plays for keeps on the haunting “Own Thing”. Songwriting is where ’60’s strength lies and he diversifies his pen for the ladies (“Lovin’ You (Tonight)”) and the tramps (“Power Pussy”). He keeps it light-hearted on “Woulda Kid” and strikes hard on the J.Cole-crafted “What Goes Up”. He fed the streets on […]
360 sure knows how to rock a crowd. And in this viral for his J.Cole-produced cut, he drops footage of his live performance and the tandem’s studio session. Enjoy this feature presentation—bang, bang, bang!
This is hard. After doing it on his lonely, 360 adds Jadakiss and Freddie Gibbs to the remix to his lead single. Do the right thing and download Everywhere & Back here.
360’s back with new music and on his latest track, he finds himself struggling with his inner demons. Sounds as if there’s more than a fork on this road. New EP coming soon.
It’s a Queens thing, man. Last night, Consequence filmed his performance for the new season of Love & Hip-Hop New York. 360 warmed up the crowd with “Own Thing” and “What Goes Up.” Cons then followed up and brought out Lil Fame of M.O.P.
“All my life I been signed to the ROC, I got my YE up, then all the JAY’s rushed, I RIRI’d up, the game COLE, so I freezed up…” 360 returns to the blogosphere with a new recording over Hit-Boy’s sound bed. Tight freestyles and cliques go hand and hand. Download Everywhere & Back here.