The drugged-out, socially aware, off-the-cuff troupe is here with a video from BetterOFFDead. Can’t tell if they’re the heroes or the villains in their own horror movie. That’s a good thing.
Archive for the ‘Music’ Category
Quelle Chris makes dynamic and colorful music that he then raps to. The video for “Super F*ck” shows his style in an animated guide to the Best Workout Plan.
Eminem raps against Call of Duty on a projection screen in a more than fitting video for his “Survival” single with Lisa Rodrigues. This is actually exactly what Em stans do when they play this song in their mom’s basement. (more…)
Nipsey releases his Crenshaw project. The 21-track tape includes features from Dom Kennedy, Rick Ross, James Fauntleroy, Slim Thug, Skeme, Z-Ro and more. Hit the jump for the tracklisting, stream and download link. (more…)
He doesn’t need the cheers from the crowd, though his rhymes really warrant them. This plays like a fan tribute video from Mr. Ortiz. Feel thankful he is here for his own reasons.
We’ve entered Tyler’s “controversial” era. He always had a knack for the visual element of his work, but it seems like he’s trying to strike a chord with some off-color rhymes. Odd Future thrives off controversy. We’ll see how this one goes over.
Black Milk gives us a complex take on spirituality and coming into his own as a young man. The beat change to the second movement of the song…whooo. Off the upcoming No Poison No Paradise.
Pusha and Chris Brown managed to install a stripper pole at the beach for this video. My Name Is My Name drops tomorrow.
He’s a rider, he’s a roller, he’s a gangster. Simply put, Wiz Khalifa is a renaissance man on this newly released collabo with Keef, which appears on BEEN TRILL’s In The Field mixtape. (more…)
Mr. MFN eXquire has the longest name in rap, is a gentleman’s ODB, and his project Kismet has already revealed some gully tracks for mass consumption. This is his duet with Chance, he of the big buzz. It also has the longest name of a rap song.
CJ Fly follows up “Sadderdaze” — one of our favorites from last week — with a Joey assist. This is smoother and a hint toward the overall feel of his tape Thee Way Eye See It. Get your Sunday listen on. Hat tip to HipHopEarly.com.
Ka, also known as Brownsville Ka, is something like the Elmore Leonard or Hubert Selby of rap music. He brings life and vitality to street tales sometimes untold, or too simplified otherwise. This video, from his latest project Night’s Gambit drags you through a ghetto and makes it like home.
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