This Ghostface album Apollo Kids got no promo from Def Jam. I copped it and it’s actually pretty good. Ghostface does what he does, and how can you be mad at that? Here is one of my favorite records off the LP. Cop it on itunes.
U-God, who has been in the press lately due to a rift within the Wu-Tang Clan, just debuted a new single and announced the forthcoming album Venom via Billboard.
What's better than a compilation of really dope new hip-hop? How about a compilation the size of 5. Today, 2dopeboyz premiered the full album stream of A3C Volume 5. Hit the jump to hear new bangers from Tunji Ige, Manolo Rose, 2 Eleven, Case Arnold, U-God, Cannibal Ox, Trev Rich, ProbCause, Dee Goodz, Ramaj Eroc, WebsterX, Noveliss (of Clear Soul Forces), Max Wonders and many more.
Straight from Illadelph, the fifth single from A3C Volume 5 comes from the emerging rapper/producer Famey. Famey, who is a protege of the legendary Jerry Wonda, is quickly building a reputation as a prolific songwriter and producer. The video for his new single “Worth It” was filmed by Ed Kelly at Famey’s private studio inside New York City’s Platinum Sounds studios and gives listeners a glimpse into his creative space. Also today, iHipHop Distribution and A3C revealed the track list for A3C Volume 5. Hit the jump to check out the new video by Famey as well as the full track list.
Method Man should be dropping his new project The Meth Lab shortly (August 21st to be exact) but in order to hold fans over he's sharing "The Purple Tape," featuring legendary Wu-Tang Clan members Raekwon and Inspectah Deck. By now everyone should be familiar with those three words: The Purple Tape. If you're not, it's quite simple: It refers to Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... and its unique purple plastic packaging. So it's only convenient that Rae is present on the track, too. Listen to Meth's "The Purple Tape" for those monster Wu verses you've been thirsting for after the jump!