Robert drops the visual for his controversial tribute to America’s favorite cookie. Monitor that blood sugar fam.
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The homey Khomari Flash directs this new CJ Fly joint, the only video so far from Thee Way Eye See It. Download it if you haven’t yet.
An unusual trio of rappers join drummer Travis Barker for this single. Yelawolf has a weird verse too.
Talib Kweli and The Underachievers overachieve on the Statik Selektah-produced “New Leaders.” (more…)
Migos releases the official visual for “Hannah Montana,” which includes a Christmas carol rendition of the trap classic. Y.R.N. 2 drops tomorrow.
Fab Kringle is back with more fireplace jams for the holiday season. (more…)
I dream of a day when I can post only hip hop songs that join Bieber/Cyrus with Future/Rozay. There’s no other way.
Troy Ave reminds us that “d*ckriding never been a form of transportation” in the visual for “Cigar Smoke” off his New York City LP. Harry Powder is set to drop off his White Christmas 2 tape on December 25. Let it snow.
Talib Kweli revisits his Prisoner of Conscious LP, dropping the clip for the velvety Terrace Martin-produced “Favela Love.”
Young Chop lays the foundation for a Migosian posse cut from Rich The Kid, Young Thug, and Young Dolph. (more…)
Is there a harder working man in the industry than Gucci? Incarceration and an impending 20-year sentence can’t slow his roll as Gucci unveils the cover art for the sequel to his 2009 major label debut, The State Vs Radric Davis, which arrives on Christmas. Your cries are heard, Guwop.
Avoiding fatal traps in the social minefield of the ghetto can be hazardous to your health, Smif N Wessun explain. The assist from JR Kelly make a yard-style Brooklyn reggae riff seem less drowsy at times than some hybrid tracks.
As the legend goes, on December 4, 1969, Gloria Carter and Adnes Reeves (who made love under the sycamore tree) brought Shawn Corey Carter into the world. Their lives and the lives of millions around the world would never be the same from that point forward. (more…)
If you don’t know about A$AP Nast, now ya know. Harlem’s next up hops in the time machine with Method Man and takes it back to the early 90s for “Trillmatic.” This will serve as the first release from the upcoming A$AP Mob album, which is now set for a March 4 release.
iHipHop Blog Team