Detroit Hip Hop duo The Regiment team up with Arizona emcee/producer/game enthusiast Random AKA MegaRan for this year’s ode to video gamers worldwide, the aptly titled A Gamer’s Anthem EP. Consisting of 6 solid tracks of various production styles combined with thought provoking, rawly delivered lyrics, A Gamer’s Anthem is guarenteed to be the new […]
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Aaron is back with his trademark flow. Cohen follows up his “Potential Fans” mixtape with a new project entitled “You Wouldn’t Know.” The 7 track EP has a darker, yet catchier feel than any of Aaron’s previous work. With only two guests appearances by Alexander Spit and Kemal from Aarons crew: ICK as well as […]
When we think of New York, we automatically picture the cityscape of NYC. But the boroughs of New York City aren’t the only breeding grounds for Hip Hop. Noetic, a Beacon NY-bred rapper/producer is determined to change that perception. Even after re-locating to Washington DC in 2012, Noetic’s sound is clearly inspired by his home […]
“People complain that pro athletes make a lot of money” said Patrick Ewing, “but what they don’t understand is that we need a lot of money because we spend a lot of money,” he concludes. The quote may be attributed to the world of sports, but the crossover to the music industry isn’t a long […]
A new banger by UNION BLAK (KIMBA x SIR WILLIAMS), a remix they did for RAF ALMIGHTY & DJ BRANS on the G.T.F.O.M.Y album.
It’s been 3 years since Kenny Dope and Rasheed Chappell release their critically acclaimed LP “Future Before Nostalgia,” the duo have been hard at work crafting their next LP “Brick & Mortar.” Here’s a sneak peek at what they’ve been building…”Franchise,” serves as a declaration that Kenny Dope and Rasheed Chappell are indeed BACK and […]
As Joey kicks off his tour tonight in New Haven, he’s released a brand new joint that didn’t make the B4.DA.$$ album. This track is dope.
“A Day In The Life” appears on A-Villa’s debut LP, Carry On Tradition. Carry On Tradition will be released on 11/4 via Closed Sessions & also features Killer Mike, Lil’ Fame, Action Bronson, Big K.R.I.T., Roc Marciano, N.O.R.E., Fashawn, Freddie Gibbs, Kool G Rap & many more.
For those of you you are not familiar with him, Brooklyn MC Bad Seed has had minor success in underground Hip Hop since the 90′s. Being a part of the O.B.S. crew with Jean Grae and Pumpkin Head is where he got his start in the late 90′s. After disbanding he went solo and made […]
Music is an exchange of ideas. The 1978ers’ (yU & Slimkat) album is something for those exhausted with the shuck and jive of pop culture, who believe in the purification rituals offered by hard snares, funky drum kicks, soul-coughing bass, and deeply rooted vibrations. Today, The 1978ers release their first single, One-Nine-7-T-8 (free download), from […]