Off P-Money’s album Gratitude which drops May 21st. Check it out.
a couple weeks I posted a single from the homie Endemic off his upcoming project Quarantine, slated to drop May 27th. Here we get a new single featuring Phoenix Da Icefire. I dig it. Check it out.
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Just days before the May 20th release of their much anticipated remixtape, Alpha Male Society (AMSoc) drops the second single from Background Check 2. On My Mind is a glimpse at the inner thoughts of AMSoc members Diablo Archer, Don Digiorgio, and Big Hop with a guest verse from Rapper Big Pooh (formerly of NC hip hop trio/duo Little Brother) over Cartel production
I posted a previous track off this dope project, and now 7 G.E.M.S.’ Golden Era Music Sciences is out now on iTunes. Cop that. Check it out.
If you haven’t heard Supastition’s dope ep The Blackboard it can still be had here. Here’s a bonus track off that project. Check it out.
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South Central rhymesayer Curtessy and Johannesburg-based beatsmith The Militia has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners their debut collaborative project, the Look What the Streets Made EP.
The project packs six original jams from the emcee-producer duo, including reader-approved lead single “Muzik Therapy.” AWKWORD, Chaundon and Rome Clientel make guest appearances throughout the project, which is produced entirely by The Militia.
New video from the homie M.i. His album Pushing Keyes drops tomorrow. Check it out.
My homie Devine Carama is readying to drop a new project No Child Left Behind, and he leaks out a new cut off it, which is slated to drop June 28th. Check it out.
“On this track I wanted to shine a little light. Drops a couple of gems but also have fun with the craft and just being an MC! Get people thinking a little bit.. Too much “ABC, 123″ in the game right now, which is cool but we gotta push the listeners understanding a little bit too. It’s ok to revisit bars a few times to see what path the MC is trying to travel. Enjoy.”
Man, this might be a nice summer album. Looking forward to it. Check it out.
Ever since the early 1990′s rap music collective Hieroglyphics have laid the groundwork for the evolution of hip-hop to become one of the most influential aspects of popular American and international culture. Thrust back into the spotlight with their recent single “Gun Fever,” a commentary on our culture’s ongoing obsession with guns and violence, they are now set to release a new album on July 16th entitled The Kitchen, featuring 17 tracks woven together by the cutting, mixing and beat chopping skills of Sacramento DJs/producer crew The Sleeprockers.
Talib stops by the Breakfast Club to talk about his new album and other things. I dont listen to the radio, but it’s an interesting interview. Check it out.
The homie Folkz drops a new video for his “550″ joint. Check it out.