YNG’s “A-1 Since Day 1″ is the latest video from the third-annual A3C compilation album, A3C Volume 3. The video was directed by Unkle Luc and features J. Nics. (more…)
From No Malice’s Hear Ye Him LP, we get this video of him as a mime. See for yourself…
Rich Homie Quan hooks up with DJ Drama and Gangsta Grillz for his newest tape, I Promise I Will Never Stop Going In. (more…)
Kanye stops by the Power 105 studios for a lengthy sit-down with Charlamagne Tha God and The Breakfast Club. Ye speaks on a number of topics including his creative genius, leaving Nike for Adidas, the “Bound 2″ video and more. Respect to Charlamagne for keeping it 100 as well.
They defined their sound visually. Paris in autumn.
Kanye’s media blitz continued at the Hot 97 studios as him and his future wife sat down with Angie Martinez for a short interview. Ye speaks on his relationship with Kim, being a father, leaving Nike and more. Part 2 after the jump. (more…)
Direct from the SoundCloud page: Taken from MED & Blu’s “The Buzz” EP featuring Mayer Hawthorne, Dam-Funk and produced entirely by Madlib. Bang Ya Head Entertainment.
Future’s not singing on this but it’s surprisingly good. Mostly all about bumping haters/traitors and being your confident self yada yada. It’s a look into his life as a touring musician most importantly, and why he doesn’t regret anything.
Covering a soul standard, Busta and The Abstract team up with famous friends (who don’t actually rhyme on the track). Still it’s a jam for the older folk and some revivalists.
Kanye stops by Philly’s Power 99 morning show for another epic sound bite. Yeezy speaks on why he decided to include confederate flags on the Yeezus tour gear, a Yeezus sequel, “New Slaves,” Watch The Throne 2, the paparazzi and more.
Louie and Herb rep the east side of the Chi in a doom-filled visual for “Eastside Sh*t,” which will live on King L’s upcoming Drilluminati sequel.
The genius of well-placed satire: basic re-enactment turned awesome.
Always have to do the Asher Roth procedure and put Marshall Mathers aside when listening to Hopsin. He appropriates a style that will inevitably be popular for a while. This, his album, is available for download now. Internet rap at its finest.
Wake up. (Drank.) Pass out. (Drank.) Head shot. (Drank.) Faded. (Drank.) Faded. (Drank.) …then he does “Poetic Justice” without that other guy.
It’s clear he’s the voice of someone’s generation. Childish Gambino’s stage presence here rouses the crowd, more than a lot of emcees can say.
iHipHop Blog Team