“Seeing that I just completed the Slimkid3 & Nu-Mark collaboration, I thought it was appropriate to assemble a mix that highlights both Jurassic 5 and Pharcyde at their best. I dug deep in the vaults and uncovered some never before heard multi tracks, unreleased songs and acapellas from old tapes that needed to see the […]
The Brown Bag AllStars just dropped their annual “Year In Review” compilation. Check out what BBAS was up to in 2014, and stay tuned for a lot more coming in 2015!
Nothing says ‘happy holidays’ like ordering someone a round of their favorite brew. While Rich Quick and Rediculus don’t quite leave you with empty carbs under your tree this week, they do manage to give you the next best thing: some dope new music. On “Buy Me A Beer,” New Jersey’s Rich Quick spits about […]
The second single from Kenn Starr features Michigan songstress Melanie Rutherford who has been featured on everyone from Slaughterhouse to Redman, Slum Village to Random Axe – she’s a true staple of Detroit soul. None other than Detroit’s Black Milk handles production, crafting a perfect throwback for the Low Budget All-Starr, Kenn’s crystal clear eenunciation […]
Khary Durgans debuted his new EP recently, here’s what HipHopDX had to say, with some words from Khary. “The project was a small experiment for me really,” Khary Durgans says during an exclusive interview with HipHopDX. “I linked with Opus Proper for most of the project and we really just tried to cover as many […]
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.
Diamond District lets loose another freebie from the March On Washington album. Peep game. March On Washington by Diamond District
Fresh off his tour with Black Milk, Azad Right releases his project For The Hopeful, executive produced by Cazzafura, featuring fellow LA emcee’s THURZ, Azizi Gibson and more.
People need to read and listen beneath the surface. “Blasphemy” doesn’t mean we are being Blasphemous (though to many it may seem that way) – it is a commentary on the people claiming to be religious but who are actually being blasphemous. And “How To Kill God” isn’t us killing God, it is again a […]