Joey Bada$$ delivers a dope freestyle over Future’s “Mask Off” instrumental while spending time on the LA Leakers show.
What would we do without DJ Premier? It’s certainly hard to imagine, right? To celebrate Premier’s 51st birthday, Meka from 2DopeBoyz put together this mix of 50 songs produced by the legendary producer for your listening pleasure. The jewels that are featured here are beautiful. But what’s even more amazing is the fact that there are still a number of songs that could have been featured. This definitely needs to be in your heavy rotation today and every day after that.
Joey Bada$$’ ABBA is right around the corner and the Pro Era emcee heads over to Othertone radio to talk about the project, Tupac and politics with Skateboard P.
Faulkner connects with 1/4 of Slaughterhouse to drop “Keep Your Enemies Closer.”
“Keep your enemies closer was inspired from my time on the street and reading Robert Greene’s 48 laws of power. Greene is the Clausewitz of our century,” FAULKNER told Complex, who premiered the song last week. “Royce Da 5’9” brings that Detroit aggression and flow, nobody can touch him past or present. We are honored that he saw something in us and wanted to co-write ‘Keep Your Enemies Closer.’”
Killer Mike and El Producto head over to The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to perform “Legend Has It” off of the acclaimed RTJ3 album.
If you haven’t noticed, Ruff Ryders emcee Quadir Lateef has been killing it lately. This time, the emcee drops “Double R” to represent his crew in a video that finds him in an insane asylum.
Underground hip hop stalwart, D.V. Alias Khryst, remixes “Streets Don’t Love” with some California love from Blu and Ras Kass.
Dave East gets back to his #Eastmix ways as he shakes up The Weeknd’s “Party Monster” and drops off a message about what appears to be a new project coming our way soon titled Paranoia.
LIVE FROM HEADQCOURTERZ RADIO SHOW
MARCH 10, 2017
FROM 10pm-MIDNIGHT (EASTERN TIME)
HERE IS THE PLAYLIST FOR MARCH 10, 2017:
Rapper Joey Bada$$ clears up the 2Pac interview comment & tweet; speaks on his upcoming album ‘All-Amerikkkan Badass’, working with J. Cole & Statik Selektah, and why he sings about the current state of the USA and not himself on this project.