Brooklyn spitter Ken Rebel links up with Emani on this self-produced track which serves as the first single from A3C Volume 3, dropping October 1st. The compilation will feature over 50 of the best up-and-coming artists from across the country and marks the third year that iHipHop Distribution has partnered with the A3C Hip-Hop Festival in this capacity. Hit the jump to check out the cover art from this sure-to-be dope compilation. Read More
Looking at my inbox, I saw a message with “Wais P” and “NSFW” in the subject and had to take a look. The hook on this song turns one man’s adversity into another man’s slang. By the way, this is the safe-for-work version for all you cats on the West Coast or those of us on the East still grinding in the office. Check out the NSFW version here. Read More
Asher Roth is one hungry MC. Don’t believe me? Then check out this video, directed by Rik Cordero. Asher shows off his lyrical prowess and his appetite in this one, sampling some NYC’s finest fast foods (most notably Shake Shack). His outfit looks eerily similar to the one in this video though.
Despite pushing his forthcoming album back to the Spring, 50 isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. He just released a new video for Street King Immortal’s single “Major Distribution” featuring Snoop Dogg and Young Jeezy. Read More
Great video for a great song off a great album. #UntilTheQuietComes
New visuals for my favorite joint off Spitta’s The Stoned Immaculate. #JetLife
Check out some behind the scenes footage of Big Boi and Theophilus London on set for their music video for “She Said OK” which is easily one of the realest tracks of the summer.
Did Killer Mike just cut out someone’s tongue with a boxcutter? Yes, I believe so…and that’s not even the most brutal part of this video. Nice mini-movie visuals courtesy of Noisey from Killer Mike & El-P’s collabo album, R.A.P. Music, in stores now. Watch the whole thing for a cool El-P cameo.
Visuals for the first single from Wiz’s upcoming album, O.N.I.F.C.
I don’t think I’m in the minority of hip-hop heads when I admit that the first time I heard Lecrae was on “Live & Let Live” off Statik Selektah’s latest album, Population Control. I mean I was aware of the numbers that Lecrae was putting up, but I had no real interest in checking him out due to his niche in the Christian rap genre. Read More