The TDE member next in line stops by the Boombox for a freestyle. His lazy tone and delivery betray the mic skills for sure but that’s Soul-O at his best, confusing his supporters by delaying his greatness. Check the freestyle after the jump.
How do you tell who is going to be massively and unabashedly successful? Can you see their desire? Or hear it? Kanye West, in comparison to his fully formed self, has never been the Kanye we know. The one we know has always been forming in moments like this, when nobody really cared he was there and he came to understand that as a mistake of their existence by proving em wrong. He catches a little Nasty Nas flow too, it’s fun. Watch his impressive freestyle after the jump.
This is the shortest freestyle ever. Since it’s Stalley that’s probably good news for both of us.
DJ Statik Selektah brings us another black-and-white video of the vintage-stamped crew of Joey Bad And Friends.
Kid Ink works this appearance smartly, unraveling a timely flow and suave bounce over the “F*ckWitMeYouKnowIGotIt” instrumental.
He seems a little “too cool” for radio freestyling but he does his best to entertain the hosts.
And photoshoot…for the tony of you.
A friend said Mac Miller is a poor man’s Earl Sweatshirt. I say, over B.I.G.’s “Sky’s The Limit”, he sounds like a rich man’s Asher Roth.
OG Trilla Bun B stops by Sway’s show to drop gems all over the place.
Nipsey Hussle drops more gangsta knowledge jewels on the masses in this lengthy interview with Sway.
We were waiting on Hov to make a statement to the press about his ill-timed deal with Barney New York for their holiday collection, as the clothing outlet has fought allegations of racist practices in its stores. Didn’t have to wait very long as Mr. Carter released a statement via his Life and Times outlet. But that wasn’t all. He contacted us with an exclusive freestyle broaching the topics at hand. Full lyrics after the jump.
Impromptu freestyle session breaks out with A$AP Rocky rapping alongside Kosha Dillz and Matisyahu on the beatbox. Never underestimate this art form.
This kid is 15 and posted his video on Reddit. I found it and watched it. It was worth the time spent. I’m going to bypass the fact that his name is T.O.K.E.N. and commend his skills. Bravo.
DJ Enuff hosts uptown hustler Bodega BAMZ. Very aggressive, criminal rhymes that work just fine for crooked cops and drug fiends.