Papoose will be following up his You Can't Stop Destiny album later this year and to tease the forthcoming project he's sharing "No Handouts". Listen to the New York rappers Thanksgiving weekend treat after the jump.
You know, I'm not the biggest Papoose fan. Personally, I'm not a fan of his music or his personality. That cringeworthy New York attitude, that dated sound, that unwillingness to create forward-thinking music. We've got guys like Future and Chance the Rapper out right now, killing the game in their respective lanes, that you often wonder: Where does Papoose fit into all of this? And the short answer is: Nowhere. No offense, of course. The dude can spit, I guess. But one thing I've always admired about Pap is his unbridled love for fellow rapper, Remy Ma. Remy was locked up for some six years stemming from a gun charge and during that time Pap was behind his woman 100% of the time. And with the two now set to appear on the new season of Love & Hip-Hop Pap is showing his lady love via a Ty Dolla $ign feature. Remy is featured, too. Check it out after the jump.
It's been a while since we've heard anything new from the "Alphabetical Slaughter" rapper Papoose. And with Meek Mill's "Monster" single gaining a lot of traction Pap had decided to jump on the track to spit a freestyle. Listen to Papoose's take on Meek's "Monster" after the jump.
Remy Ma may have missed out on many classic opportunities to remix/freestyle hip-hop's biggest songs as she was imprisoned for six years. But now that she's out she isn't going to pass up on the chance to flaunt her mic skills and freestyle over one of hip-hop's biggest songs of 2014, Bobby Shmurda's "Hot N*gga". Check out her freestyle after the jump.
what is cultural memory? news stories and internet videos are 3-minute clips. toddlers of the millennium can use a tablet before they know how to speak; instant fame has shrunk from the designated fifteen minutes to a few. the cycle goes: reality show star to porn debutante to burnt-out addict in 2 years. simply put, we're tired of remembering so we gave up on it.
The Chef and famed producer Scram Jones link up for a compilation tape which includes some of their hottest collaborations over the past few years, as well as some never before heard unreleased joints.