(click for full size images) I’d tell you what I think of Kidz in the Hall’s new album The In Crowd, but Naledge has made it perfectly clear that he "doesn’t give a flying fuck, like if you put some wings on Halle". Fair enough, but the party last night..
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Another day, another mixtape. I first heard Detroit’s own NameTag on the Fat Ray & Black Milk joint The Lookout (via Sit Down Stand Up). All around dope song with NameTag holding it down lyrically and Black Milk coming with a crazy beat, but I never gave NameTag a second..
Dude caught my attention when Sit Down Stand Up posted his Pete Rock-produced Oxygen, which as my friend Grant points out, sounds a lot like Hip-Hopcrisy off PeteStrumentals. Conveniently enough, he dropped a new mixtape last week. Hosted by Rapper Big Pooh of Little Brother and mixed by Cosm Roks,..
“Shut the fuck up. Detox?” That was my reaction when I read that a track off the long-delayed, mythical Detox album had been leaked. More accurately, it’s a reference track, so it doesn’t even have Dr. Dre’s vocals on it yet. Rather, the vocals are from an artist named Prophet..
Gotta love the lousy photoshop. Is that the new Audi that doesn’t cast a shadow? A new mixtape from New Orleans’ own Curren$y. His chill vibe and smooth voice are the perfect antithesis to your angry east coast rappers and his beat selection is always on point. I was worried..
Entitled ODB Ason Unique, this movie looks like it could be good. These rap documentaries often slip due to lousy production values or an excess of bullshit, but hopefully this one will have an appropriate mix of Wu mysticism and discussion of the man’s music. Either way, I’m more interested..
Jay-Z has closed a deal with Live Nation that will see the formation of Roc Nation, a joint venture between Live Nation and Hov. It’s a $150 million deal (baby on the way, mad bills to pay?) that includes Jay-Z’s touring and recordings for the next ten years. One of..
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..