I had to post this as soon as I peeped it. Bilal (this Bilal, not the singer) and Dizaster (best known for tearing up Canibus after he choked at KOD) stopped by a local KFC and placed their order in rhymes. Yeah, this is sort of corny, but at the same time they came with a smooth delivery and some pretty funny lines. I wonder if this is how Rick Ross rolls through Wingstop.
Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge are set to drop their followup to the first Twelve Reasons to Die on July 10th and today marks a big day for the album as the duo share a massive track in "Resurreciton Morning." As if the song title wasn't enough, Ghostface recruits fellow Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon and R&B master Bilal for the track as well. The track is spooky and is catapulted forward by Younge's eerie piano-driven production. Check out "Resurrection Morning" after the jump and be on the lookout for the second installment of Twelve Reasons to Die dropping the 10th.
Oh, you weren't expecting some new Kendrick Lamar so fast? Yeah, yeah, we all love To Pimp a Butterfly -- but let's be real here, we can definitely use some more Kendrick for the summer. Here he teams up with Bilal (who is a super underrated R&B singer/songwriter and was featured on To Pimp a Butterfly) for "Money Over Love." The track, which is Bilal's, is set to appear on his forthcoming album Another Life, produced in its entirety by Adrian Younge. Check out "Money Over Love" after the jump.
With 50 Shades of Grey now in theaters XXL decided to sit down with one Waka Flocka Flame and have a reading session. Apparently Waka didn't know what he was getting into when agreeing to read the controversial, sexually-laced novel by E. L. James. And we are grateful he didn't know because the results are hilarious! Check out both parts after the jump.
The 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards have wrapped up and though we're sure you'd rather be watching the cyphers the live performances aren't that bad. And this year BET brought out the big guns of the modern era, including Bobby Shmurda, Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan, and Migos. Perhaps the biggest takeaway during this was that the young stalwart from the ghettos of East NY, Brooklyn Bobby Shmurda closed the event with his hit single "Hot N***a", an incredible feat for someone who literally blew up over the summertime. Check out the live videos after the jump.
Did you just "what the fu*k?" while reading that title? We don't blame you as we here at iHipHop are collectively perplexed at controversial battle rapper Daylyt's latest oddball stunt. Known for being quite the eccentric, Daylyt took things a step further this time by attempting to poop on stage... during an actual battle. As the story goes: the crowd in Phoenix was apparently fed up with Daylyt's antics (he dressed in an all-black outfit with a cloak over his head) during his battle with Real Deal so they proceeded to boo him. Daylyt, clearly unfazed by the crowd's reaction, proceeded with his usual shenanigans by unveiling a fake decapitated head to go along with one of his bars. Well, the Phoenix crowd continued and Daylyt warned them with, "If I hear two more boos, I'ma boo boo on stage." As I'm sure we guessed it: the crowd continued to boo which prompted Daylyt to pull down his pants and attempted to literally take a dump on stage during the battle. Fortunately Daylyt couldn't go through with the sh*t (stage fright, we presume?) and was quickly escorted off stage and out of the event. You can watch Daylyt attempt to take a dump in a video after the jump. If that's something you're interested in seeing, of course.