Reese rolls out the visual for the intro track from his Supa Savage tape. Directed by Nick Brazinsky.
The Snowman has some “trap things” on his mind on the Childish Major-produced “In My Head.” This will serve as the first single from Jeezy’s upcoming fifth solo album. (more…)
With A3C Volume 3 hitting stores on Tuesday, iHipHop Distribution is now revealing the track list for the whopping 54-track compilation album. Hit the jump to check out the track list. (more…)
It’s happening. Pusha T is releasing the videos from the My Name Is My Name project, and as he said in his own “Twitter rant” he doesn’t care about the numbers. He’s right not to, because Clipse/Pusha fans have long supported them without needing the validation of it being the most popular idea: the poetic hustler-turned-repentant-artist.
Check out the remix from the song — and phrase — of the summer. And check the ihiphop Guide To Rappers Catching Feelings after the jump. (more…)
Top Dawg Entertainment’s president Terrence Henderson (aka “Punch”) sits with homegrown radio to talk about newfound success and how they got there. Be inspired, y’all.
We the new Rock Stars and I’m the biggest of all of ‘em. Kanye going Pac on this interview full-fledged. Check the other interview portions after the jump. (more…)
Big Sean met up with the last MVP not named LeBron James for an adidas-sponsored event to perform his song “Beware.” Derrick Rose explained how good he felt to be returning for another NBA season, and Big Sean added how great it was to be paired with legends. Buuuut, that’s pretty much the story of Big Sean’s career, like a rap Scottie Pippen minus the Hall Of Fame part. Hat tip to GWHH.
Meek liberates another cut from DC3 which is set to drop Sunday at 2 PM. Poor timing if you ask me, but then again timing hasn’t really been MMG’s strong suit as of late. (more…)
“Rap the new Rock and Roll!” is the Kanye-inspired hook on this new Mickey Factz joint. He’s making sure the culture is alive by responding to it and moving with it, one of Mickey’s best attributes. The rhymes work too. Stream after the jump. (more…)
Gibbs. That’s the only reason this is here. Gibbs. From 2:04 to 2:56. Everything else is just people who rap in a generic way that inspires nothing. Or is a propos of nil.
He’s still a master of cadence, even if his lyric range is basically the same. The kid has endless flows. The a cappella style accentuates it.
it’s safe to say that hip-hop has reached its Emo Era. rappers, for the first time on a major scale, are extremely comfortable expressing their darkest thoughts and lowest emotions. good for them! (more…)
Nard catches up with French Montana in Vancouver for another one of this informative, entertaining interviews. French speaks on, among other things, raising and eating pigeons.
iHipHop Blog Team