King Push unveils the dark visual for his “Nosetalgia” collaboration with Kendrick Lamar off My Name Is My Name. Go take a stroll around the block with Terrence & Kendrick.
Flocka gets some more frustration off his chest, putting Gucci’s name on wax on “Ice Cream,” which will appear on Flocka’s From Roaches To Rolex tape, dropping tomorrow. (more…)
Dom lets go of another cut from Get Home Safely, and it’s safe to say this is the best one we’ve heard yet. (more…)
We get a second visual for a Lex Luger-produced track today, as Juicy J releases the official video for “All I Blow Is Loud,” one of the standout cuts off Stay Trippy.
Fredo drops a visual for the Lex Luger-produced “No Hook,” the latest offering from his upcoming Trappin’ Ain’t Dead album, which will be here on Halloween. Tech or treat.
Kazzie impresses with this simple but sober video about trauma. The Newark rapper might have hip-hop’s heart with more songs like this one.
In the latest episode of Noisey’s entertaining Back & Forth series, Pretty Flacko and Snoop D-O-double-G roll up a blunt and chop it up on a number of topics including groupies, dealing with early success, Drake, 2Pac, and more. Hit the jump for part two. (more…)
Ri-Ri drops the visual for her Mike WiLL Made It-produced single, “Pour It Up. Three minutes of Rihanna working it out underwater as the Twerk Queen of Atlantis. We ain’t mad.
Terrence Thorton’s debut solo album sprung a (self-imposed) leak last night. So what’s the early verdict on My Name Is My Name? (more…)
Tyler, Hodgy, Domo and Earl (aka the only people who matter in Odd Future) hook up for a new posse cut, entitled “Look.” (more…)
Every few years, there is a shift within a genre that meets the public’s ire or adoration (usually in equal parts). Drake represents a shift in hip-hop towards a spacious sound-scape and nakedly expressive emoting. (more…)
iHipHop Blog Team