Lisa Evers breaks news of one of Hip Hop music’s biggest unsolved murders. More details will develop during the day.
Mase comes back after “The Oracle” shook up the rap world last week with a new joint called “Rap Rushmore” ft. Diddy and Khaled.
Burning up your local Hip Hop blog. Check out the tense convo with Lil Yachty on Everyday Struggle.
On today’s special episode of #EverydayStruggle, Lil Yachty joins Joe Budden and DJ Akademiks to talk his new album, the controversial cover, his view on hip-hop, and much more. The debate got intense but everyone held their own.
DMV native Crank Lucas has become a viral sensation for his hilarious skits which often spoof hip-hop. This time around the rapducer releases a video that documents the evolution of hip-hop over the last few decades from the fashion trends, video styles and the watering down of lyrics.
Basically he put his recent interviews on VLAD TV into a rap called ‘Exposed’. Hook sounds kinda Dr. Dre and Eminemish. You be the judge.
He went bananas. Never heard of this cat but going on his Youtube page he been putting in working so much success to him.
This is dope. You gonna see snippets of this on IG but here is the full version.
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Definitely am feeling the drug-free conscious Gucci Mane.
That intro is bananas. More like snippets and not a full stream in this video right here. I am posting a longer stream after the cut.
He bout to blow. Nice plug from Rihanna doesn’t hurt at all.
Ya’ll sleep …Tip went in on this.
From the sick mind of Eminem. Somebody get Lord Jamar on the phone.
Crakk still nice. Hov needs to pick this guy up.
Meek speaking < Twitter Fingers Meek.
Meek Mill has built a career out of proudly representing Philadelphia. It’s not a new story that the rapper came from nothing; battle rapping on the streets while his friends held camcorders. Now, as he looks forward, the Dreamchaser explains what he hopes to achieve in his career next. This is Noisey Raps.
Rarely would I post an interview this long with all the distractions we have on the net and in daily life but this is going down as one of the best interviews in Hip Hop History. Props to Taxstone for not getting in the way of the gospel spoken by Sigel street.
Not sure when this drops.
The Bronx phenom drops the visuals to his underground hit.
Another heater from Fat Joe and Remy with French Montand and Joe’s son RySoValid.
Rakim ruined Hip Hop according to Daylyt, and though this sounds crazy he makes some valid points.
I know its been out a couple days but still had to post this and the funniest reaction I have read so far. Some creative producers have once again took his acapellas and crafted beats around it.
This is fire. Can’t wait to see the rest of this.
Troy Ave speaks.
This fire but I needed 2 more verses.
I don’t think I have heard a rap song played this much.. ever. At this point did they even need a video?
Wise words from the Blastmaster.
Lmao. Sorry peeps but its not a song.
Saw this on B.E.T Jamz and had to post it.
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Cole World gives you a peek into his world and the release of his platinum album Forest Hills Drive.
Did Nicki Minaj post bail for her brother who has been accused with the rape of a child ?
The recently married older brother of pop singer Nicki Minaj was charged on Long Island with raping a reported 12-year-old child, sources told the Daily News.
This was fire.
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So Joe Budden’s cornball twitter butt buddy wrote the list and Mediatakeout decided to pin it on Ice T. This guy is obviously searching for attention and has the nerve to slam black women when he came out out of one. If this list is true the first person he should start with is his mother.
1) White girls can get their hair wet. It’s summertime. Who wants to be at the pool with a girl who’ only concern is not getting her weave wet. White girls just jump in the pool without any care.
2) White girls don’t talk back. Put a little aggression in your voice and she will do whatever you say. That doesn’t fly with other races though. They wanna fight. Always.
3) It’s easier introducing them to your family/friends. “Everyone, this is Amber,” is WAY easier on the ears than, “Everyone, this is Shaniqua. Just saying.
His best rant yet on the state of rap in NYC.
That ending, though…
I am glad that he owned up and took responsibility concerning their present indictment and incarceration and took the onus off of Epic Records to bail them out. Over the last year we have heard people including 50 Cent, and Dr. Boyce Watkins call on LA Reid to bail out Bobby Shmurda. LA Reid on a recent Rap Radar podcast explained why he could not bail out Bobby and he was pretty much slammed after the fact. The audio of his recent interview with Revolt TV is kinda muddy so I am posting the transcript below:
via Latenight Creeps
“It’s a waiting process right now,” Rowdy said, “My spirits are good, I ain’t letting nothing drag me down or what God has planned for me. It’s all in God’s hands.”
Maintaining the music behind bars, he goes on to add, “Only update I got right now, is that I’m about to drop a mixtape since I know the streets have been waiting. Its’ called Shmoney Keeps Calling, and even though I’m locked out that shit keeps calling me.”
And as far as Epic’s defense, he commented, “I didn’t expect Epic to get us out, because at the end of the day we’re not the best of friends, they just signed us to their company. They don’t feel the pain that my family and friends feel, but on the business side, they did invest in us. They don’t really owe us nothing.”
When Akon releases his first albums in seven years, he’ll largely bypass the music labels and ask fans to download an app to their phone for exclusive access
New visuals from Dave East.
Enjoy this people because we don’t get epic rap videos like this anymore. With cameos from Terry Crews and Corey Holcomb.