Joey Bada$$ rides this sample of the theme song to “Narcos” for “Front & Center” to coincide with his announcement that his next album will be titled A.B.B.A.
Common looks to take us “Home” with Bilal riding shotgun on this joint from his Black America Again album.
KXNG Crooked doesn’t have time to mince words with those who aren’t in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Instead, he’s and Tech N9ne are ready to deal with police brutality problems head on with “Shoot Back” off of his upcoming album Good vs. Evil dropping on November 11.
When Action Bronson isn’t eating across the globe, getting high and watching aliens or cooking with Rachel Ray, he’s making dope music. Bam Bam and Big Body Bes drop the video for “Durag Vs. Headband” as a reminder that he’s a rapper first.
GQ Magazine set up Rick Rubin with Kendrick Lamar and the two went on to have an informative conversation on everything from Eminem’s inspiration to the making of “Alright.” It’s a must watch.
From the new album Kool Keith – “Feature Magnetic” out on Mello Music Group. Super Hero feat. MF DOOM premiered at FADER and finds two of Hiphop’s biggest Super Villains uniting over crashing, hypnotic cymbals and driving bass. Enter the twisted comic book world conjutred by Keith & DOOM over spliffs in a dank London basement. This is director Kris Merc & animation studio Aardman Nathan Love sonic-vision.
Have you missed Eminem? Well, he missed you too. Slim Shady drops seven minutes of venom where he references everything and everyone from Trayvon Martin, Colin Kaepernick, Donald Trump, Ed Norton, George Zimmerman and more on his “Campaign Speech.”
The dynamic duo of Rhymefest and DJ Jazzy Jeff drop a gem with “No Fear.”
Detroit represents to the fullest as Royce Da 5’9″, Denaun Porter & Marv Won deal with racism and oppression in the animated video for “God Bless.”
Common gets his hands on Solange’s “Cranes In The Sky” and gives it a little Chi-Town injection.