Bam Bam and the Statik Selektah chop it up on Turkey Day.
DJ Statik Selektah brings us another black-and-white video of the vintage-stamped crew of Joey Bad And Friends.
Wiz replaces Vin Staples on the remix to Jhene Aiko’s “The Vapors” off her nebulous Sail Out EP. Who better to speak on taking another hit? (more…)
Zane Lowe sits with Pusha T and records an audio interview. Thirteen minutes of pushing.
The Chef goes all the way in over Premo’s classic “Mass Appeal” instrumental. F.I.L.A. coming soon. (more…)
This is a horror movie compressed into the form of a rap video. Zombie beat sounds deranged too.
Freddie Gibbs over a Young Chop production for the song and video “Deuces” which features this tribute to Mike Tyson.
Kid Ink works this appearance smartly, unraveling a timely flow and suave bounce over the “F*ckWitMeYouKnowIGotIt” instrumental.
Bricksquad spreads its wings to the Left Coast where Compton rapper Young Hootie hooks up with former high school classmate Kendrick Lamar for “Two Presidents.” The end result is crazy, with Commander in Chief rhymes that will make you forget the YoungBloodz ever happened. Underrated part of Kendrick’s verse is when he says “cabinet full of Kool-Aid,” but it sounds more like “Kaepernick full of Kool-Aid.” So West Coast.
Guwop just wants some damn recognition. Is that too much to ask? The State Vs. Radric Davis 2 drops December 25.
Cormega and Rae for a collab that’s remarkable in most eras.
Chance debuts a new song at his homecoming show on the Social Experiment Tour. The fans at the Riviera Theatre got a preview. That’s what they get for being dedicated.
A video from the Step Brothers 2 project with Starlito and Don Trip. The graffiti is colorful and it’s just in time for the 28th actual day in November. They may be on to something.
Full Lyrics Here, courtesy RapGenius. praise White Jesus! finally! i’m elated to see that marshall mathers is using affirmative action in the way it was intended: to give white men the voice they had long been denied in American History. it espouses a sense of ultimate relief that things are right with the world, flowers can bloom again, and hip-hop does make sense. (more…)
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