i can’t front like i ain’t say ‘white ghostface‘ dismissively when i first heard action bronson. first off, that’s a great idea, ghostfaces of all colors and weight classes. second, the only way the King Of Opulence could be rendered more intriguing is to tell that tale from the perspective of someone really familiar with fine living: a white dude. (more…)
DJ Whoo Kid talks to Kendrick Lamar via phone on his radio show.
Rick Ross has never unfolded a Monopoly board or passed-go to collect that 200. He’s never said “King Me” or “Call” or even “And 1!” because, honestly, he plays no games. Future helps him to relay this message.
Lupe soooo meta. He raps about the rap game, with all these symbols that name other artists. It’s really neat. “Drizzy’s Law” live in Atlanta at the kick-off of his Tetsuo & Youth Preview Tour. Hat tip to XXL.
This is like deep house and trance crossed with dopeboy music flair. Philly outfit, The Great Outdoors, might be this generation’s answer to the Clipse. Feel this here in your stereo. (more…)
A bonus track from MMLP2 that is a departure from the album’s overall sound. Just Em’s verse on this.
Vic Mensa with a new song that he raps to in a studio session before it even comes out. Be blessed.
Q says a lot of vague things about Kendrick not going at Drake in the verse, and then starts nervously fidgeting when asked to elaborate. That verse was going at Drake but…it must stink to have to talk about K. Dot in every interview for his album. The Control Effect, everyone!
The Game has a winner with this. All smooth and with tolerable Big Sean and Lil Wayne verses. Hat tip to RapRadar.
“Throw It Up”…an appropriate description of what I do when I hear Tyga using this Drake-sang voice on the track. I think he’s a vampire in this.
At least you know what he’s gone say when he dunks on you. 2 Chainz showing off his court abilities.
iHipHop Blog Team