DZA unveils the cover art and official tracklisting for his upcoming Dream.ZONE.Achieve project, set to release April 1. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Harry Fraud’
After a short delay, French releases his Coke Boys 4 tape just in time for the East Coast snow storm. (more…)
Spitta, Kushed God and Harry Fraud come together for a four-track collabo project entitled, The Stage EP. Features include Big K.R.I.T. & French Montana. Tracklisting, download link and stream after the jump. (more…)
Two of NY’s finest, Kushed God and Harry Fraud, hook up for a new track, titled “Obey Your Thirst.” These two continue to bring the best out of each other. Meanwhile, look at DZA subtly campaigning for that Sprite deal like it’s ’94. (more…)
In 1938, Alex Steinweiss, an art director for Columbia Records invented the concept of album cover art, making way for epic images that continuously influence pop culture. It’s different now that most listeners stream and download music, which has ignited a market for unique album artwork to differentiate one project from the next. Also, design software is much more accessible and apps like instagram are extremely popular. That accessibility has given artists a bevy of new media to expand greatly the idea of album covers. Artists can create several album covers with a mouse click, and with a simple QR code make them interactive, or create a vine video that gives the viewer a short film in lieu of a traditional static album cover. So it’s no shock that this year is has delivered dope album covers. Here is my list of 2013’s Five Best Hip Hop Album Covers, based on: visual aesthetic, concept in relation to album name and theme, and creative execution.
Audio Dope…this is Spitta Andretti over a Harry Fraud production reminding us that Jet Life is the best life. Such a vivid depiction over a simple soundscape makes it the most alluring lifestyle music in rap. Lay back with a cold one…or a lit one, and enjoy.
Flatbush Zombies releases their newest project, Better Off Dead. (more…)
Spitta and Young Roddy bless us with their brand new Bales project. (more…)
D.C.’s Fat Trel drops his anticipated Sex, Drugs, Money, & Guns project which features production from some of the biggest names in the game. (more…)
The art to making a good Hip-Hop song is a very simple equation. Good lyrics plus a good beat equals perfection—or a “banger” as some might call it. This is a formula that has eluded many, and ultimately lead to their demise, in this “here today, gone tomorrow” industry. (more…)
Bronson and Wiz hook up for a smooth cut off Saab Stories. (more…)
Two of New York’s hottest unveil the cover art and tracklisting for their collabo project. (more…)
Chinx drops another visual off his Cocaine Riot 3 tape, giving us the video for the Harry Fraud-produced “How Can I Lose.” Directed by Anthony Leslie.
iHipHop Blog Team