The official video for Westside Gunn’s “Peppas” featuring the dynamic duo of Talib Kweli and Yasiin Bey finds the trio on the block firing off their bars. No need to complicate things for a dope song.
This one is interesting. 21 Savage caught a lot of heat for saying that Nas wasn’t relevant in an interview but would clarify that he didn’t mean any disrespect. The old Nas may have fired off a diss track. The new Nas decided to reach out and work with the young rapper on the Hit-Boy produced song “One Mic, One Gun.”
DJ Premier talks about how he finally ended up connecting with AZ following his stellar verse on Nas’ “Life’s A Bitch” and the work they put in for “The Come Up.”
Kool G Rap will release his Last Of A Dying Breed album on December 9th and serves up another song from the album with “Born Hustler” featuring AZ and 38 Spesh.
The harrowing baritone of Rockness Monsta gets some lyrical assistance from General Steele, Ron Browz and Ruste Juxx in the video for “Shark Tank.” The song comes from 1/2 of Heltah Skeltah’s Ether Rocks album, produced entirely by Ron Browz.
Back after a hiatus, DJ Premier sets things off on the next run of “So Wassup” episodes by telling the story behind Heavy D’s “Yes Y’all.”
Nas and Hit-Boy keep the good vibes rolling from King’s Disease III with a set of visuals for “Michael & Quincy” as the duo refer to themselves as the modern day Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones.
Kendrick Lamar releases the second video from his acclaimed Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers album with “Rich Spirit.” Nothing complicated here as K.Dot is alone in a room and dancing to his own beat.
Earlier this year, Talib Kweli and the artist formally known as Mos Def reunited as Black Star and dropped the No Fear of Time album that was produced entirely by Madlib. The duo dropped a video for “So Be It” that is chock full of concert footage and cameos from all of their peers.
Cormega and Havoc leave the grimy confines of New York for the ocean breeze in Miami in the video for “Paradise.”