On Monday March 2, 2015, New York’s very own Cannibal Ox celebrated the release of their highly-awaited sophomore album “Blade of the Ronin” with fans at the Studio at Webster Hall. Vast Aire and Vordul Mega were joined by GZA (of Wu-Tang Clan), Freeway, and G-Jet for this monumental performance. The event was hosted by Rob Markman, with music by DJ Two-Three. Click through this slideshow to see exclusive photos from the event. All photos by W. Suarez (MosiacNewYork). Copyright 2015 Triumph Media Holdings, Inc. Purchase Cannibal Ox’s new album “Blade of the Ronin” on iTunes Now.
Greetings from Cudderland, where there ain’t nothing to give but love. Kid Cudi returns from his “hiatus” with a new track that’s all about spreading positive energy. Check out Kid Cudi’s “Love” after the jump.
March 31st can’t get here any faster. Mr. Wonderful is already shaping up to be a great debut album from Action Bronson and we’ve only been treated to one official single with the 40 produced “Actin’ Crazy.” And here we have Bronsolino teaming up with Chicago’s Chance the Rapper for the Mark Ronson (yes, thee Mark Ronson who produced smash radio hit “Uptown Funk”) produced “Baby Blue.” Check it out after the jump.
Juicy J’s back to grinding hard out here and after dropping his Blue Dream & Lean 2 mixtape last month he’s back at it with “For Everybody.” The Juice Mane is joined by Taylor Gang impresario Wiz Khalifa and Rock City for the track. Listen to “For Everybody” after the jump.
Furious 7 will hit theaters April 3rd and they’re wasting no time dropping heat after heat after heat from the film’s soundtrack. We’ve already gotten Kid Ink, Wale, Tyga, YG and Rich Homie Quan on “Ride Out” followed by T.I. and Young Thug on “Off-Set.” And now with the third installment we’re getting Juicy J, Kevin Gates, Future and Sage The Gemini on “Payback.” Listen after the jump.
How long you been waiting for Kanye West to drop “All Day”? All day, n***a! Praise be to Yeezus for finally blessing us with the official CD quality version of his much talked about, long-gestating “All Day.” Seriously, Kanye has been teasing at this damn track for well over a year. And after he performed it at the BRITs a few nights ago the internet imploded in frenzy awaiting the release of the track. And now that we have the title of his seventh studio album (So Help Me God) it appears as though we will be getting more and more via Kanye and his camp. Enough chatter, get at the dirty, CDQ version of “All Day” after the jump.
Chicago’s Tink continues to surprise with her many diverse flows and musical stylings. On this particular outing she is joined by Atlanta’s Rich the Kid for “Ran Up the Check.” The track initally appeared on DJ Honorz’ Boss Shit Only Vol. 2 mixtape. Listen after the jump.
Wale’s forthcoming studio album The Album About Nothing arrives March 31st and the rollout officially begins here with the visuals to “MMG Under God.” Later today Wale is also said to share his Usher featured “The Matrimony.” But, in the meantime peep the new Wale video for “MMG Under God” and stay tuned for “The Matrimony” which we shall be posting. Get at “MMG Under God” after the jump.
Black History Month comes to a close and Montreal emcee Wasiu delivers quite the statement right towards the end. Wasiu shares the HESK and Paveun produced “BLKKKOUT” along with its equally striking and powerful artwork (above.) Listen to Wasiu’s “BLKKKOUT” after the jump.
Pray to god Flatbush Zombies never go solo? After Jewice joined A$AP Ant and Da$h on “Suicide” Meech is joined by A$AP Twelvyy for “Half Time.” Erick The Architect handles the production. Listen to Meech’s “Half Time” after the jump.
It’s no secret, Ab-Soul can spit. And that’s precisely what he does on this new joint entitled “47 Bars.” Produced by Alchemist, Soulo dropped the track via Soundcloud and wrote on his Twitter page that he “might get dropped from the label for this.” Check out “47 Bars” after the jump.
Just look at that artwork above, sh*t got me feelin’ all nostalgic. I remember sitting around as a kid, wasting many hours (and plenty of quarters) on Mortal Kombat. Thankfully we got a rapper like Logic who shares those moments from our days of yore. But wipe those tears, Logic is sharing “Top Ten” after he reached 400k followers on Twitter and it features current King of the South, Big K.R.I.T. (seriously, check out his latest project Cadillactica, if you haven’t yet done so.) This a great little loosie track and we’re thankfully ya’ll followed Logic on Twitter for this! Peep Logic’s “Top Ten” after the jump. PS: I’m gonna download Mortal Kombat, I feel like whoopin’ Shoa Khan’s ass right about now.
When he’s not busy filming car chases or being an all-around baller in Hollywood Ludacris spends his off time spitting freestyles over the hottest radio/street singles. I mean, he practically dominated that lane last year with such hit freestyles/remixes as “Hot N***a,” “Tuesday,” “Numbers on the Board,” and “CoCo.” And now with his full length album Ludaversal on the way (out March 31st) Luda is sharing another new freestyle for 2015. This time he’s ripping Migos’ newest smash “One Time.” Get at it after the jump.