Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Adrian Younge have been putting in work. From the duo scoring another season of Luke Cage to the brilliant The Midnight Hour album, these two have been tearing it up musically. Their appearance on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert furthers that notion as they glide through “Black Beacon,” “There is No Greater Love,” “B*tches Do Voodoo” and “Mission” from their recently released album.
Curren$y is joined by Jadakiss for the remix to “Old Range” produced by Monsta Beats.
Chance the Rapper dropped a four pack of songs the other night but this is, by far, the standout of that group of songs. The title isn’t by coincidence, either. It samples the early 2000s standup by Jamie Foxx where he sings the four letter curse word. And there’s no sing songy Chance, it’s straight bars from the young Chicago rapper.
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Kev Brown has been away from the game for too long. The producer and emcee is set to return with his first solo album since 2005 when he drops Homework on August 3rd. To launch the campaign, Brown drops a video for two songs “Blueprint From the Masters” and “Non Destructive Chop.”
After dropping the song, Rick Ross and Dave East drop the video for their ode to the French sparking wine in the video for “Fresh Prince of Belaire.”
Rather than striking fear in the hearts of other emcees, The Lox decide to just have a good time in the sun in the video for “I Don’t Care.”
Reggie Noble has been churning out music and has us all excited for what’s to come. The latest from Redman comes in the form of the rambunctious “Ya!”
Bussa Bus joins Anderson .Paak on the remix to the Cali artist’s jam “Bubblin.” Both of them have new albums on the horizon.
Chris Rivers smooths it out over Mick Jenkins “Vibe” for his latest weekly entry “Be You.”