Easter Sunday is the feature directorial debut from underground Hip-Hop artist, writer, director, and videographer R.H.Bless . Set in Brooklyn, the film is narrated by 17 year old David(Jaray Hunter), a high school student and aspiring artist from the Red Hook Houses. He sets off on an annual Easter hang out in Coney Island along […]
Philly MC Skrewtape gets it in on this new joint featuring the signature style of the infamous Mr. Green. Dig it.
Pre-order “Street Certified” now on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/str…. M.O.P. recruits Busta Rhymes for the new single off their upcoming EP “Street Certified,” available November 18th, 2014.
Hip-Hop has progressed leaps and bounds from its inception as a male dominated art form. From man, woman, and child, the game has been blessed with some incredible talent. From Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, and Jean Grae, to the burgeoning skills of Rapsody and Nitty Scott, MC, among others, the women of HIp-Hop have shown, […]
The transition between local act and international fame is what most artists vie for, but few actually accomplish. While most rappers decide to stay in their lane and refrain from traveling outside of their their comfort zone, Nutso and Sadat X prefer to throw caution to the wind and take their talents worldwide. With both […]
Your Old Droog kills yet another joint, check it.
Common, Vince Staples and, eventually, Jay Electronica’s track “Kingdom” has certainly been one of the most powerful hip-hop tracks to have been released all year. With gospel-style backing vocals and lyrics dealing with youth violence, the Nobody’s Smiling highlight clearly moved Pro Era’s Dessy Hinds, because he’s just dropped a remix of the track.
If you’ve been listening to Hip-Hop for a while now, you’ll come across some common tropes. Beyond the fashion trends and throwback rhymes, is seems like some of the best acts in the genre rely on the dynamic between deejay and emcee. From DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, Gang Starr and of course, […]
NY emcee AWAR and Texas producer Rob Viktum first linked up while on tour in 2007, and have remained friends over the years. Rob was kind enough to share his Dallas studio and floor with the crew and knocked out a bangarang or two back then but never released anything together until today. As two […]
“Everything’s been changing, never let them see the fear in my eyes, I disguise it, ever since a kid I decided, always found beauty in the silence, lost my auntie and her friend, one to health one to violence.” #CMPLX coming soon Download the track for free here: http://bit.ly/everythingschange Fans in NYC, catch Chelsea Reject […]