Oddisee and Toine stage their next video at Prince George’s County, MD to represent their neck of the woods for “NNGE” off of the stellar The Iceberg.
March 17th marks the born day of the late, great Sean Price. On what would have been his 45th birthday, Duck Down Records releases the first single from his posthumous album Imperius Rex titled “Definition of God.”
Hip hop heads, buckle up because DJ Premier and Pete Rock spend two hours with N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN talking about everything from Kanye West and Biggie to their respective histories in the game. It’s certainly worth your time.
Dave East discusses everything from his Muslim faith to his basketball origins in a Def Jam original titled “I Am.”
With Raekwon’s The Wild right around the corner, Scram Jones drops this clever mix of Raekwon songs using the original samples. If you think you know your samples, you should definitely try your luck guessing them all in this Shade 45 mix.
Young M.A. continues her crusade to be the hottest rapper of 2017 with the video for her single “Hot Sauce.” And in true fashion, you can find her right in the strip club getting it in.
Holding it down for an incarcerated Bobby Shmurda, Dave East, Juelz Santana and Rowdy Rebel represent in the video for “Time Ticking.”
Wu-Tang affiliate Joe Young rocks the mic alongside Styles P and Termanology over Dame Grease production on “Watch The Wave.” Off of Joe Young’s Invincible Armour album.
You’ve heard the song, now see the official video for Miguel and DJ Premier’s collaboration “2 Lovin U.” The song was originally supposed to be featured on Miguel’s Wildheart album but ended up on the cutting room floor. But now with Preemo polishing it up, it gets an official release.
On April 7th, Joey Bada$$ will drop his new album titled All-American Bada$$ and as the date draws near, the Pro Era emcee unveils the tracklisting and the guests that will be featured on the project. Mr. A$$ posted the tracklist on his Instagram page and you’ll notice the likes of J. Cole, ScHoolboy Q, Styles P, Meechy Darko of Flatbush Zombies and his usual Pro Era cohorts on the project.