Ferg and Rocky take the stage on Arsenio to perform “Shabba.” Trap Lord in stores now.
Nelly stops by The Breakfast Club to discuss his participation in the BET Hip-Hop Awards Cypher, his new album M.O., Miley Cyrus, and more.
the unofficial tag-team is one of hip-hop’s quiet victories over other forms of music. while rock and jazz and r&b is often replete with dual acts like the singer and the drummer, or the keyboard player and the bassist, hip-hop tends to thrive on the power of the individual voice. (more…)
Starlito and Don Trip impress with a narrative video about brotherly love gone sour. It’s a solid (if well-worn) trope about running an empire when (gasp) a lady comes between. Intriguing flows support the sometimes-filmic visuals from upcoming album Step Brothers 2.
it’s that time of year. when the rap world comes to a screeching halt so that 34 people can freestyle during an awards show that doesn’t give out awards. (more…)
Dom Kennedy unveils the official tracklisting for his upcoming Get Home Safely LP. (more…)
The white girls are out in full force as Migos fittingly combine the two biggest hits off their YRN mixtape into one mega-visual. Directed by Gabriel Hart.
Cam addresses Jay’s claim that he made millions through Jigga Power. Generally seems as if he’s back to his sh*t-talking antics and enjoying being a rapper (even pushing 40!) This new tape, Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1 might be more than just computers ‘putin. Might be.
With A3C Volume 3 hitting stores at midnight, iHipHop Distribution is unveiling the entire compilation for fans across the globe to stream. Hit the jump to check out the entire 54-track album that features some of the dopest new artists in the game, including Deniro Farrar, Cam Meekins, Scotty ATL, Alex Wiley, Azizi Gibson, Black Dave, Hardo, Ken Rebel, and more. (more…)
Champagne Papi performs at ALIFE and brings out Travis $cott and The Chef, Raekwon. Hat tip to NahRight for the post.
Dame Dash’s infamous temper and arrogance are no secret. But Just Blaze talks more expressly about the value of maintaining relationships in any industry, and why he believes it’s hard for the former Roc-A-Fella exec to make a comeback with his history of burning bridges.
iHipHop Blog Team