Boogie’s recently released Everything’s For Sale quickly set the bar high for album releases in 2019. One of the standout cuts, “Soho” feat. J.I.D. gets the quirky visual treatment. Hit play and see what we’re talking about.
The Tana Talk emcee keeps rolling as Benny The Butcher drops the “Rubber Bands & Weight” video produced by none other than The Alchemist.
“This record was inspired by how my neighborhood was like ‘The Carter’ from New Jack City,” Benny told Complex. “The streets love this record and my building goes crazy every time I perform it! This record helped make Tana Talk 3 a classic; and nobody spitting like this but me!
From upstate to Queens, Benny The Butcher and Grafh link up for “Blow,” produced by DJ Shay.
J. Cole and his Dreamville collective recently wrapped up recording Revenge of the Dreamers III. In celebration, J. Cole drops “Middle Child” produced by T-Minus. Just a mild flex before the collaboration album drops.
Ahead of 38 Spesh dropping his full-length album The 38 Strategies of Raw, the emcee that represents Rochester drops six songs on a quickstrike EP titled 5 Shots. Why it’s not called “6 Shots” we’ll never know but this will hold you over for another week.
Boston producer B Leafs unites a very interesting lineup of emcees for the politically charged “Reaganomics.” Elzhi, Ras Kass, Large Pro and M-Dot all do their thing. B Leafs album The Horizon drops on January 29th.
Smif N Wessun’s The ALL is set to drop next month and serve up a new video for “Testify” produced by The Soul Council’s Khrysis. It’s brief, but effective.
Royce 5’9″ drops the video for one of the most personal songs of his career with “Cocaine.” The visual treatment tells the true story of Royce’s father as he deals with addiction and decides to choose his family over the white powder.
We’re in the third week of KXNG Crooked’s Hip Hop Weekly series, the Cali emcee torments a sped up version of the Intro from Jay-Z’s Dynasty album for “Pistol Grip.”
Young M.A. knows that everyone is waiting on her next project. In order to hold us over, she blesses the instrumental to The Clipse’s “Grindin” with “Bake Freestyle.” As always, once she gets rolling it gets ridiculous.