Monthly Archives: April 2008
So Soulja Boy attends the Wizards game acting as a lucky charm for the sole win in 4 games. Well, Jay-Z comes back with a hyphy flavored diss, that uhh pretty much ends the whole thing because there is no way Soulja can muster any thing that resembles a comeback…maybe..
Straight out of Hopkinton, Massachusetts, emcee Black ELement contacted me about a feature. I’m picky about the unsigned cats we put on here but this guy filled all the prerequisites for my submission policy. Black sent me “I Can’t Call It”, the first single from his upcoming LP, A Major..
The legendary Brooklyn producer Easy Mo Bee, whose production credits most notably include a series of classics with The Notorious B.I.G. and the rest of the old Bad Boy Records camp, gives a great interview where he touches on moments from his long and storied career and talks about rap..
Seeing as how Nigerian music has been getting mad love over the last few months, it was only fitting for Mike Love to put together this Fela mashup. If you haven’t explored Fela Kuti now is as good as time as any. The guy is the papa bear of an..
The Roots album, “Rising Down,” is set to release April 29th. Video directed by Rik Cordero. Plus a dope freestyle with The Roots and Tribe after jump. (more…) Sphere: Related Content
Nothing says “successful album!” like when you get an under the radar release in Australia, while a US date is still in limbo, you know kinda like Raekwon, Bishop Lamont, Stat Quo and Detox. Tracklisting: 1. Aint No Stoppin Me2. All Night Long3. Cash Flow4. Fantasy5. Get That Money6. Guess..
My main beef with Hip-Hop is its exclusivist nature (we get it…your shit is the real shit…no one cares). So I am always happy to share a rapper that exposes himself to different influences. Atmosphere has always been hit or miss for me, but this performance is worth checking out...