Asher Roth barely dodges the bullet of engaging Eminem again. It’s clear Rap God doesn’t take too well to named impersonators. Here is the recently resurgent rapper on why the game is hyper-sensitive.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, the conscientious dope-boy Starlito drops this album “Fried Turkey” with enough hollowed out Gothic horror-core ambient tones and drug price quotes to get you through the family holiday.
Full Lyrics Here, courtesy RapGenius.
praise White Jesus! finally! i’m elated to see that marshall mathers is using affirmative action in the way it was intended: to give white men the voice they had long been denied in American History. it espouses a sense of ultimate relief that things are right with the world, flowers can bloom again, and hip-hop does make sense.
PYD. PYD. PYD. This is a joint. It only needs Chris Brown to be even more gross and also sound like urban pop magic.
I don’t know if you heard King Los before his “Control” freestlye. Congratulations if you did, because I hadn’t. Anyway, I caught up. This kid is one of the best doing it, hands down. He needs no introductions but here is a complete list (compiled by Reddit users) of every King Los freestyle murder.
An early favorite from Cult Classic, “HoeinInDaGaddaDaVida,” finds Denmark Vessey telling a story about Adam and Eve with Ghostdeini-level aplomb, same fictional setting, same real-world vices.
In this Daily Show segment, titled “Jay Z Penney”, Jon Stewart and Larry Wilmore address the racial profiling incident that stirred publicity hounds. Check out our Jay Z Barneys Freestyle post for more mockery of this loaded issue.
A snippet video from Nipsey off that new $100 tape.
Here is New Jersey’s Kush Kelz with the primer on hustling that work for the uninformed.
The Brooklyn technical rhyme specialist, Roc Marci, hits us with a free mixtape via ManBitesDog Records. He has a pack of quotable rhymes in every song and drowns in thick vinyl grooves. Worth the listen and download.
Who the illest? Depends on your perspective. Co$$ hosts this exceptional throwback-style posse cut with some of the best home-spun spitters around. Hard to decide who outdoes whom. Blu’s verse…is a powerhouse from 2:00m to 3:00m. Denmark’s (from 4:45m to 6:00m) is heavy.
DJ Whoo Kid talks to Kendrick Lamar via phone on his radio show.