A modern day "What's Going On?"
How about some new soul from the DMV singer?
Directed by Paradise Gray In response to repressive anti-Immigration legislation SB1070 and HB56, Jasiri X, Rhymefest, and Paradise Gray traveled to Arizona and Alabama courtesy of the Sound Strike to see first hand how these unjust laws break up families, fracture communities and destroy lives. You can grab the song here, if you'd like.
Damn, it's been a minute since we've heard from Fest. Check as he makes his musical "comeback" with a quickstrike over Common's No I.D.-produced single. Motorcycle Diaries is coming. DOWNLOAD: Rhymefest - Sweet Freestyle
According to Andrew, this was supposed to be the end result of Kanye and 'Fest's Comedy Central-based series, which ultimately never came to fruition. Check the lion getting his Barry White on and try to do the same thing Ray-J inexplicably did to Kim Kardashian. Fuck Ray-J.
Off Vakill's long-awaited album, Armor of God, which is finally in available! DOWNLOAD: Vakill - Beast Ballad f. Crooked I, Rhymefest, Nino Bless & Juice PREVIOUS: Vakill – Endless Road f. Vizion (Video)
In light of the holiday season, DJ Semtex lets loose of an unreleased track from '03. DOWNLOAD: Mark Ronson - Wreck Tha Hallz f. Saigon & Rhymefest | Alt Link PREVIOUS: Saigon & Joe Budden In The Studio (Video)
Andrew over at FSD just liberated this unreleased gem. On a sem-related note... Fest killed his verse on that Rawth EP. Yep. DOWNLOAD: Rhymefest - Super Guy f. Killer Mike | Alt Link
At A3C, 'Fest convinces a fan to jump on stage with him and perform Kanye's verse to "Brand New." Props to JMack.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvqu7B4tEDU] El Che is still sticking to his plan to drop a video for each song on his sophomore album, which is out now. Directed by Bryan Carr and Francis Kmiecik. PREVIOUS: Rhymefest- One Hand Push Up (Video)
In Part 2 of Good*Fella Media meets Rhymefest, they touch on having an ear for upcoming artist, watching Kanye and Eminem become iconic in front of his eyes, Playing his position in Hip Hop, and not being able to vote when Obama ran for office. PREVIOUS: Rhymefest – RSE Radio Interview (Audio)