Where the hell has H.O.P.E. been? We could use a new... anything from him at this point. Anyways, this track is off of producer Chuck Wun's upcoming project Aspire 2 Attain, which will drop soon.
Monthly Archives: July 2013
Are there still people out there that think DJ Khaled's marriage proposal to Nicki Minaj was genuine? Surely common sense kicked in when he dropped his new single "I Wanna Be With You" (that features Nicki) right? Sadly, I'm sure there are still a few dull crayons out there that just don't quite comprehend the
The Windy City newcomer Vic Mensa challenged his Twitter followers to new music if this tweet received over 200 retweets. Sure enough, it did. Here's the Boi-1da (and The Maven Boys)-produced "Time Is Money" featuring Vic's Chi-Town mate Rockie Fresh. PREVIOUS: Vic Mensa – Hollywood LA f. Lili K (Video)
After revealing that "Backseat Freestyle" was originally supposed to be a Ciara song, Hit-Boy continues his sitdown with STASHED. On part two of his Lines & Notes interview, Hit-Boy speaks on first linking up with A$AP Rocky, "Jay-Z Interview pt.2", Drake, the America's Most Wanted Tour and maintaining his label, HS87. PREVIOUS: Hit-Boy & Audio
While across seas, Public Enemy sat down with Gigwise to discuss the current state of hip hop. During the talk, Flavor Flav states that rap has lost the "element of hip hop" because of the slower tempos being used. I think the element of hip hop left when rap music started being created on a
The Chicagorillas switch out Wayne with Jeezy, Tip and Spenzo for the rehashing of their Don't Feed Da Killaz Vol. 4 single.
Now that Robin Thicke's new album Blurred Lines is officially in stores and on iTunes, Interscope offers up a complete stream of the LP. Featuring the hit-single "Blurred Lines" with T.I. and Pharrell, "Give It 2 U" with Kendrick Lamar and countless other jams. Head below and click play.
With the release of her upcoming Sophomore album Queen of Hearts approaching, Raven Sorvino links up with Nashville's Dee Goodz over some smooth production provided by Mr. Crowe.
As one of the folks that didn't believe Skillz when he said he was retiring, the announcement that new music is on the horizon didn't surprise me in the slightest. However... a full project with Bink? Now that is something I didn't expect. With no title set in stone just yet, the Virginia natives speak
ATL spitter Reese grabs Buddy, Jay 305, Key!, Curtis Williams, and OJ Da Juiceman on his newest mixtape, DSNRTRAPN, which sees production from Zaytoven, Chuck Inglish, Jahlil Beats, Trap Money Benny, and several others. Stream and download the 16-track project after the jump.
Blueprint and Illogic release the official video for track-seven off their Bend But Don't Break LP; which is available now. PREVIOUS: Electric Purgatory pt.1 EP | pt.2 EP