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.”
Masta Ace and Evidence rock out over DJ Premier production on “Eat.” The joint comes from the digital deluxe version of Masta Ace and Marco Polo’s A Breukelen Story along with the song “Masta Polo.” Both of these bonus cuts will be released as 45″ vinyl. For now, enjoy this radio rip is from Preemo’s “Live From Headqcourterz” radio show.
KXNG Crooked continues his Hip Hop Weekly series with his second installment titled “Halfway Me.” Over a flipped version of the haunting chords that hovered over “Shook Ones Pt. 2,” the emcee formerly known as Crooked I wrecks shop.
KXNG Crooked returns to the stomping grounds he created a decade ago with his Hip Hop Weekly series where he dropped a new freestyle every week. To re-ignite the campaign, KXNG Crooked drops “96 GS.”
KXNG Crooked kicks off his 2019 campaign with “The Old Me” where the emcee formerly known as Crooked I reflects on who he used to be. There’s also news that a new project from the West Coast rapper will be heading our way this year. Stay tuned.
Harlem representatives Nino Man, Dave East and Vado have joined forces to put on with “Straight Outta Harlem.”
Once again it’s on. The emcee formally known as Mad Skillz is here to recap everything that went down in 2018 with his annual “Rap Up.” From the Kanye MAGA madness and Cardi B to Black Panther and Kevin Hart, every single base is covered. Enjoy!
The good guys over at 2DopeBoyz have decided to compile a mix of all of J. Cole’s 2018 guest appearances into one mix with “Batting 1000.” From Cole riding shotgun with Royce 5’9″ on “Boblo Boat” to his year ending spot on 21 Savage’s “a lot,” it’s clear that Cole had an impressive run as a guest over the calendar year.
Seemingly out of the blue, Cormega drops a new project with MEGA. We plucked this choice joint featuring Havoc titled “Live Your Best Life.” Take a listen and listen to the 5-song project in its entirety on your favorite streaming service.
Wale pays homage to Ghostface’s “Winter Wars” with a song of the same name.