Killer Mike and El-P release the animated video for “Early” and, as always, offer a very timely view on today’s climate between African Americans and the boys in blue.
Statik Selektah prepares us for his Lucky 7 album dropping in July by connecting with Lil Fame for some bars.
Dave East goes all Malcolm X on a V Don beat for “By Any Means.”
Fresh off of his work on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly album, Bilal connects with producer Adrian Younge for this funky new jam.
2DopeBoyz and DJ Booth unleash the sequel to the 2012 compilation album that is 14 tracks of goodness featuring the likes of KXNG CROOKED, One-2, El Prez, Fashawn, Horseshoe Gang, K-Young, Niqle Nut, Demrick and many more. Check it out in its entirety and download the damn thing now!
Remember when Nas and N.O.R.E. has beef? It’s been so long since that was actually a thing. Well, it’s not anymore. In an interview with VladTV, 1/2 of CNN explains where their friendship went wrong and how 2DopeBoyz was the catalyst in mending their relationship.
On July 7th, Statik Selektah will release his seventh album, appropriately titled Lucky 7. This song, however, won’t be on the album. With Your Old Droog dropping the linguistics about public transportation over banging production, it’s a shame that this didn’t make the final cut.
Spend a night with legendary Bronx-bred hip-hop duo Camp Lo as they navigate the city streets, link with Alchemist, and kick it backstage at a Mobb Deep / Smif N Wessun concert.
Nothing like hearing some unreleased Jay Dee production. Slum Village’s latest off their upcoming album Yes! features that Dilla bounce as well as guest spots from BJ The Chicago Kid and Illa J.