Your Old Droog makes the official reveal, tomorrow night at Webster Hall in New York City.
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I went to the free clinic / ‘Cause I been acting indecently / They told me I been tested to recently / And had to wait till May / That’s a month away / And my favorite girl is scared of everything / Yo, I swear to everything / But yet another girl on the […]
M Slago, most famous for his Homeboy Sandman and Stones Throw productions, has a brand new project out. Dig in, beat junkies. Old Jonesy by M Slago
When Diamond District dropped In the Ruff on Mello Music Group in 2009, the gritty drums and grimy raps combined as elementally as hydrogen and oxygen. The D.C. Voltron of Oddisee, yU, and Uptown X.O. dusted off and revitalized a sound once consigned to the catacombs. Hailed as an instance classic, its impact reverberated throughout […]
New York (by way of South Carolina) based emcee, Likwuid, delivers potent lyrics over Nu Jazz riffs, Lo-Fi synths and hard Hip-Hop beats (provided entirely by the 2 Hungry Bros), with her latest EP offering “Likwuidity: In Depth” utilizing clever wordplay and metaphors to visit topics such as self-love, socio-economic struggles, day to day life […]
With the end of summer only a few weeks away, New Jersey native Mo The General, teams up with Philly’s own ALS and Supreme MC of L.I.T. to drop a smooth soulful gritty track about the blues of the summer, this is the 2nd release off the up coming EP from Mo The General dropping […]
22 year old Rialto, California soulstress Rebecca Rose teams up with Singapore based label Darker Than Wax, to put an undeniably fresh spin on Bobby Caldwell’s “My Flame”.
In honor of the Aaliyah, Duck Down has released 2 versions of their classic track ‘Nightriders’, featuring Aaliyah. You can cop the 9th Wonder remix version and the original mix, for free.
Versailles, Kentucky MC Allen Poe drops a brand new gem, produced by Spain-based Cookin’ Soul, and it will be featured on ACT LIVE’s upcoming compilation ‘Legal Seeds’ Volume 5.
Cinematic’s newest addition, Mick Jenkins, pairs up with Bronx’s lyrical bomber YC The Cynic for ‘Keep It 100′. Produced by Ricky Dubs.