Rap Is Outta Control
Hip Hop Nation (Ch. 44)
Sunday Nights @ 10pm-12am (EST)
“Rap Is Outta Control” 4/11/21 Playlist1. DMX “Who We Be” (prod. by Black Key)2. Vino La Mano “Gift And Curse” (prod. by Soul Monsters)3. The Bad Seed x Honey Dinero x Stuck B “Fire Burn” (prod. by Team Demo)4. Crimeapple “Juan Pan” (prod. by Brown13)5. DJ Muggs x Rome Streetz feat. Knowledge The Pirate “Zig Zag Zig” (prod. by DJ Muggs)6. Agallah Don Bishop “Coke White Smile” (prod. by Agallah)7. Papoose “Say No More” (prod. by Stan The Man)8. Tek Bully “Legend Energy” (prod. by ITrak)9. DJ Muggs x Flee Lord “45 In My Pocket” (prod. by DJ Muggs)10. The Quarter Inch Kings x Zagnif Nori “The Pillars” (prod. by The Quarter Inch Kings)11. Bronze Nazareth & Leaf Dog feat. June Megalodon “Grime Lords” (prod. by Leaf Dog)12. Mav Montana feat. Vinnie Paz “Walt & Julius” (prod. by Hobgoblin)13. Alpha_Betic & Shadow Magnetic feat. Twistello “The Midas Touch” (prod. by Alpha_Betic & Shadow Magnetic)14. Awon & Phoniks feat. Masta Ace “Everlasting Game” (prod. by Phoniks, cuts by DJ Ill Digitz)15. Billy NoJokes “Live Love Learn” (prod. by Rey Midas)16. Nef feat. Termanology & Statik Selektah “Intro (Set The Stage)” (prod. by Nef)17. Onyx feat. Planet Asia “We Got Chu” (prod. by DJ Audas)18. Philmore Greene “Live From The Hideout” (prod. by Rashid Hadee)19. Chuck Cross feat. Sundown & Mic Todd “No More” (prod. by Chuck Cross)20. Montener The Menace feat. Masta Ace, Rah Digga, Wordsworth & Fatlip “High Noon” (prod. by Wounded Buffalo Beats)21. The Madness (John Jigg$ x BP) “Family Court” (prod. by BP)22. Maylay Sparks, Clever 1 & K Sluggah “Strong Arm Blizzard” (prod. by K-Sluggah, cuts by D.J. PH)23. Le Zeppo feat. E. Smitty “Illa Kidz” (prod. by Shy The BeatYoda)24. DJ Muggs x Flee Lord “Rammellzee (Outro)” (prod. by DJ Muggs)25. Beneficence & Confidence feat. Phantasm & Masta Ace “My Way” (prod. by Confidence, cuts by 12 Finger Dan)26. Tek feat. Roc Marciano & Yung AHK “Black Tie Affair” (prod. by Joe Milly)27. Supaman feat. Neenah “Alright” (prod. by Nottz, cuts by Supaman)28. Freeway “More Freedom” (prod. by Little Vic)29. Spit Gemz & Eff Yoo “Ice Sculptures” (prod. by J57)30. Nef feat. Raw Wattage “Give You” (prod. & cuts by Nef)31. Johnie Bee & Rasco feat. Kwote & Blaq Poet “Wack MCs” (prod. by Grim Reaperz, cuts by DJ Grazzhoppa)32. Stetsasonic “(Now Y’all Givin’ Up) Love” (prod. by Kevin Deane & Bobby Simmons)33. Kukoo Da Baga Bonez “Rock It!” (prod. by Michael Woodruff)34. Emskee “Wall To Wall” (prod. by Mr. Fantastic, cuts by Emskee)
Busta Rhymes and Mariah Carey have some history together with collaborations dating back nearly a decade. The two linked up again on Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath Of God with “Where I Belong” and now have a video to match.
Fresh off of The Plugs I Met 2, Benny The Butcher and Harry Fraud release a video for “Survivor’s Remorse” featuring Rick Hyde. Directed by The Digggers, the video is from one of the standout tracks from the project.
Tailb Kweli and Diamond D’s GOTHAM album drops on April 16th and the duo has been teasing the project over the past few months with releases. Right ahead of the drop, the duo drops one more joint in the form of “Attention Span” that features Skyzoo.
It is a tragic day in Hip Hop as DMX has passed away at the age of 50.
X, birth name Earl Simmons, was hospitalized at the White Plains Hospital in New York after reportedly suffering cardiac arrest.
“We are deeply saddened to announce today that our loved one, DMX, birth name of Earl Simmons, passed away at 50-years-old at White Plains Hospital with his family by his side after being placed on life support for the past few days,” DMX’s family said in a statement. “Earl was a warrior who fought till the very end. He loved his family with all of his heart and we cherish the times we spent with him. Earl’s music inspired countless fans across the world and his iconic legacy will live on forever. We appreciate all of the love and support during this incredibly difficult time. Please respect our privacy as we grieve the loss of our brother, father, uncle and the man the world knew as DMX. We will share information about his memorial service once details are finalized.”
DMX burst onto the scene with his debut album It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot in 1998 and injected the culture with a profound grittiness that the industry was lacking at a time where excess was celebrated. His trademark bark and unrivaled stage presence was coupled with a vulnerability that only X could display as he publicly fought his demons through his music. He was the star of the Ruff Ryders collective and played a role in the rebirth of Def Jam records.
DMX would become the first artist in history to have two albums debut atop the charts in the same year, with Flesh Of My Flesh, Blood Of My Blood following his debut album in 1998. Aside from his profound rap career, DMX cut his teeth as an actor in films such as Romeo Must Die and Belly.
Although he was a superstar, he never shied away from his battles with depression and addiction. After disappearing from the scene for several years, DMX emerged in a VERZUZ battle with Snoop Dogg
It goes without saying that there will never be another rapper like DMX and we hope that he’s resting easy above us with no more suffering.
Rap Is Outta Control
Hip Hop Nation (Ch. 44)
Sunday Nights @ 10pm-12am (EST)
“Rap Is Outta Control” 4/4/21 Playlist1. Nivek B, Gmilz & Rawleaf “Miss Bad News” (prod. by Mika Dough, cuts by DJ TMB)2. Agallah “The Spirit of Rakim Kane G Rap” (prod. by Agallah)3. Daniel Son x CUNS feat. AG of DITC “Wax On Wax Off” (Icon Curties Remix)4. Bang Belushi “Feeling Like Biggie” (prod. by Foul Mouth)5. Ea$y Money “No Holds Barred” (prod. by DJ Supa Dave)6. Senica Da Misfit “Church Offering” (prod. by Senica Da Misfit)7. IceRocks feat. Heem “Fed Time” (prod. by IceRocks)8. Ty Da Dale x Baby Maine x Sauce Heist “Hat Trick” (prod. by Nes)9. King Author & Zagnif Nori “Final Kill” (prod. by The Quarter Inch Kings)10. Honey Dinero “Holy Spirit” (prod. by The Hardy Boys)11. Papoose “Sticks N Stones” (prod. by JR Swiftz)12. Supreme Cerebral feat. Rasheed Chappell “It Ain’t a Game” (prod. by Reckonize Real)13. Fred The Godson feat. Kyah Baby, Keen Street’s, M City, Reef Hustle & Block “I Shot Ya Part II”14. Boom Bap Project “Hagler vs Hearns” (prod. by Trox, cuts by DJ Tre)15. Spit Gemz & Eff Yoo “Sunday Best” (prod. by Domingo)16. L-Biz, Freddie Black & Castle Money Beats “Foul Verses” (prod. by Castle Money Beats, cuts by Tone Spliff)17. Agallah Don Bishop feat. Tek Bully “Plain And Simple” (prod. by Agallah)18. The Madness (John Jigg$ x BP) “Where I’m From” (prod. by BP)19. DJ Muggs x Rome Streetz “Ace Of Swords” (prod. by DJ Muggs)20. Montener The Menace feat. Guilty Simpson, Micall Parknsun & El Da Sensei “The Struggle” (prod. by JL Beats, cuts by JabbaThaKut)21. Nic Mercer “Foundation” (prod. by KVZE)22. Cedar Hill “Game Face” (prod. & cuts by Lancecape)23. Bang Belushi “Such And Such” (prod. by Foul Mouth)24. Maddog Mcgraw “Hands Of Time” (prod. by Big Dirt)25. UFO Fev & Frank The Butcher “Outer-Space” (prod. by Frank The Butcher)26. Justo The MC & DK “Hold It Down” (prod. by DK, cuts by DJ Uncle Fester)27. Papoose “NBA Rhyme Scheme” (prod. & cuts by DJ Premier)28. Defari “One Time Payment” (prod. by Heather Grey)29. Gotham (Talib Kweli & Diamond) feat. Busta Rhymes “The Quiet One” (prod. by Diamond D)30. Tony Moxberg x Jadakiss x Sheek Louch x Benny The Butcher “Love” (prod. by Jimmy Dukes & Smiley’s People)31. TWIST x nAvi the NORTh “I’m An Addict 4 Sneakers” (prod. by nAvi the NORTh, cuts by Die Empty)32. Ea$y Money feat. Ransom, Nems & UFO Fev “Peep The Language” (Statik Selektah Remix)33. Pharoahe Monch “Get Down” (Buckwild Remix, cuts by DJ Revolution)
If you’re looking for bars, you’re going to get them as Benny the Butcher and Ransom link up for “Spineless.” This hard as nails joint comes from the soon-to-be-released Trust the Sopranos collaborative album between Benny’s Black Soprano Family and 38 Spesh’s Trust Gang.
Gangsta Gibbs takes a swing at Nas’ “You’re Da Man” for “Big Boss Rabbit” as the Grammy-nominated rapper appears to be back in the lab for yet another album.
Papoose and DJ Premier connect for “NBA Rhyme Scheme” where Pap uses the names of every NBA team and incorporates them into his bars. Over Preemo production this is nothing but net.