Fabolous and Jadakiss eschew the frightening overture of their “Freddy vs. Jason” mixtape and smooth it out with Tory Lanez on “Rapture.” Don’t worry, there will be vicious bars to come soon enough. For now, you’ll just have to endure the silky smoothness of the song.
The title is definitely going to cause some commotion as Your Old Droog releases the first joint from his forthcoming Packs project. “G.K.A.C. (Gotta Kill A Cop)” finds Droog dishing a narrative that culminates in the song’s title.
Although he just dropped his album 4 Your Eyez Only back in December, J. Cole continues to churn out music. “High For Hours” is a politically charged ramble about the hypocrisy of America that coincidentally drops days before Donald Trump takes office as the next POTUS.
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Young M.A. lets her hair down (literally) in the video for “Get This Money” off of her 2015 mixtape “Sleep Walkin.'” And there’s more than enough old school FILA in this video to make you think it’s 1995.
Dave East continues to burn down everything in sight as he joins R&B crooner Trey Songz for “93 Unleaded” off of the singer’s “Anticipation III” mixtape.
When Action Bronson isn’t acting, he’s doing something special with food. Whether cooking or eating it, Bronson is a food aficionado. Bam Bam dropped by Late Night With Seth Myers and showed off his cooking skills by demonstrating how to make a “loose” black truffle burger before making it rain with a white truffle for dessert.
Revolt TV takes us back to the 90s as Mary J. Blige, Faith Evans and Rashad Smith reminisce on the making of the remix to The Notorious B.I.G.’s “One More Chance.”
Oh No & Tristate unveil the second dose of the expert pharmaceutical rap that permeates their 3 Dimensional Prescriptions project with “Custom,” which features Westside Gunn, Hus Kingpin and Lyric Jones. Off Oh No and Tristate’s 3 Dimensional Prescriptions, which will be released on January 13th.
Kansas emcee Stik Figa connects with Elzhi on “Down Payment,” which is brilliantly produced by Nottz. Below is Stik’s explanation of the song’s theme.
“‘Down Payment’ is a special song because it feels like I am still paying dues, though I have been around for a while now. I have been blessed to share the microphone with some of my heroes and peers alike. I am never sure if this pursuit will pay off, but, at the least I got to share with those who listened, ‘what I know’.”