D.I.T.C. Studios brings you “Do What I Want 2” from David Bars with production from Showbiz and Motif Alumni. And he definitely lives up to the “Bars” part of his name.
Killer Mike and El-P hit the stage at Madison Square Garden and shit goes left in a hurry. Alien spaceships, giant spiders and abduction are just a few of the things that go down in the “Call Ticketron” video.
With The Last Jedi hitting theaters, Styles P takes to space with “Ghost Wars.”
Well, isn’t this a pleasantly surprising collaboration. Joell Ortiz and Raekwon of two differing tales of lives being taken away while a vocal sample from Smokey Robinson carries us through the hook.
Some rappers go on the Funkmaster Flex show and handle themselves pretty well. But then there’s Black Thought. If there was any question regarding his legendary spot in the hip hop hierarchy, this 10 minute blackout session should alleviate your concerns.
The rapper formally known as Young Jeezy brings together hip hop’s finest as Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole join him to lament about the “American Dream” from Jeezy’s album Pressure.
Boogie continues his onslaught with the backing of Shady Records as he looks back on the tough times and focuses on the future with “Came Up.”
Dabrye connects with Ghostface for “Emancipated” as part of the Adult Swim Singles Series
Although all eyes are on Eminem at the present moment, Shady Records newest signee Boogie drops his second song on his new label with the Masego assisted “Violence.”
Planet Asia blesses us with another song from The Golden Buddha with “Shots At Your Highness” produced by izznyce and featuring Turbin.