Skyzoo and Westside Gunn trade bars over a wicked Statik Selektah production for “50 Inch Zenith.”
With a little musical help from Statik Selektah, Drake reflects on the first pair of Jordans he ever purchased.
A slew of demos from Jeru The Damaja have surfaced that were all produced by the legendary Guru. Recorded back in 1991-1992, the demos are vintage Jeru and precede the release of his debut album The Sun Rises In The East. Definitely dope to listen to Jeru and Guru work together on these songs.
Music producer from Ovo Sound, Noah “40” Shebib, joins B-Real for a rare interview on the Smokebox. The two discuss musical influences, basketball, cannabis in Canada, & more.
KXNG Crooked and Statik Selektah deliver part two of their three part “February 12th” series before Statik KXNG drops next week. This one is just as vicious as the last.
As Action Bronson’s presence in the “Food World” becomes more permanent, new and diverse opportunities are popping up for the self proclaimed Human Highlight Reel. This time it popped up in the most beautiful location possible, Goldeneye Resort in Oracabessa, Jamaica. The event was entitled Nyam Jam, and even before Action knew exactly what it was, he agreed to attend. As stated in the video, there was not a single bad bite of food, and if you love hot sauces and various pepper spreads, then you really couldn’t do much better. Mr. Bronson honed in on a calabasa slaw prepared by visiting Puerto Rican chef, Jose Enrique and a smoked chicken sandwich from Jamaican grill master, Gariel Ferguson. His experience at Nyam Jam inspired him so much, that upon his arrival back in New York, he immediately got cow foot stew and ate in the parking lot of Home Depot. One love.
ANDERSON .PAAK & THE FREE NATIONALS PERFORM SILICON VALLEY & CARRY ME ON THE LATE SHOW WITH STEPHEN COLBERT [VIDEO]
Anderson .Paak and the Free Nationals took to The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to perform a pair of songs off of .Paak’s recently released Malibu album. He starts off with “Silicon Valley” before getting behind the drums to pull double duty for “Carry Me.”
As we close in on the release of Kanye West’s next album, Tim Westwood unearths a freestyle from back in 2004 where the Chicago emcee/producer rhymed over “Slow Jamz” & “Change Clothes.” You may be familiar with the verses that he spits from spots he did with Slum Village, Dilated Peoples, Talib Kweli and Jadakiss but it’s dope to see nonetheless.
After dropping the video for “42 (Forty Deuce)”, Your Old Droog drops by the “Real Late With Peter Rosenberg” show and discusses the single before slaying the mic.
Emilio Rojas’ take on Kanye West’s “Real Friends” takes a personal turn as he bleeds emotion over a friend who attempted to commit suicide earlier in the week.