Archive for the ‘Music’ Category
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…)
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.
IT’S MURDAAAAAA. Irv and Ja stop by the Power 105 studios (presumably for the first time this decade) to speak on Murder Inc., their relationship with Queens drug kingpin Supreme, financial & legal troubles, 50 Cent and more. Part two after jump. (more…)
In part two of his CRWN interview at NYU, Drizzy talks about his relationship with Jay Z, OVO Sound, working with Beyonce, and more. Check out part one of the interview here.
Q gives the streets, “Banger (MOSHPIT),” another leak from his upcoming Oxymoron album, which will be released later on in the fourth quarter. (more…)
With A3C Volume 3 dropping in just a matter of days, the leaks are not stopping. Today, the Hardo and Devin Miles collaboration, “Round Table” is the latest offering from the album. (more…)
Must be Scarface Season. A day after Drake pays homage to 1983 M.I.-YAYO in his new video, Rozay blends plenty of Tony Montana clips into the visual for “No Games.” No Future either.
Gucci hits the beach to flex and finesse in the visual for the Mike Will-produced “Me” off Guwop’s Diary Of A Trap God project. Directed by Gabriel Hart.
Part one of Drizzy’s sit-down with Elliott Wilson at NYU. In this episode, Drake speaks on his new album Nothing Was The Same, Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar and more.
Lupe is making the most of the rap’s publicity wars by dismantling popular beats and inserting himself into the conversation with symbolic lyrics about how weak the game is. It’s a good strategy: not too confrontational to be overblown but sly and referential enough to thrill those who get it. Be one of those. (Hilarious that he keeps naming these songs sequels to his earlier work when they have nothing to do with that at all.)
Rocky gives BET’s 106 & Park the green-light to premiere (yes, apparently artists still do this in 2013) his official visual for “Fashion Killa” off Long.Live.A$AP. You may recognize the female face in the video. Hint: It’s Rihanna. Directed by Virgil Abloh.
Mr. Cozart gives us another preview of the visual for a new track, so elegantly titled, “Ight Doe.” Shot by Zae.
iHipHop Blog Team