Bumpy Knucks unleashes this Pete Rock produced gem from the vaults.
Ghostface and Sheek connect once again for a new Wu Block album and here’s the first single.
With protests still raging across the country, Year Round Records artist Khaleel aims to spark the revolution with his appropriately titled single produced by Tim Curry.
IN THE WAKE OF TRAYVON MARTIN, MICHAEL BROWN AND ERIC GARNER TO NAME A FEW, THE CONTINUING OF RACISM IN OUR SOCIETY HAS SPARKED ANOTHER SIGN OF ANGER WORLDWIDE ON THE FIGHT FOR EQUAL CARE FOR HUMAN LIFE….
KHALEEL LET’S IT ALL FLOW ON THIS SONG WITH THE PRODUCTION OF HIS ENGINEER TIM CURRY…
Off of the upcoming mixtape titled Yaowa Nation, Ortiz and The Heatmakerz flip Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me.”
Statik Selektah assembles assembles his collective of Boston’s finest in Beantown’s own spin on the Shady XV cut “Detroit Vs. Everybody.”
The latest from Styles P that touches on a number of relevant subjects including the always present epidemic of police brutality.
Your Old Droog cuts loose this track that didn’t make his self-titled LP. Produced by DJ Skizz, it’s definitely of that buttery smooth variety.
Joey Bada$$ unleashes some new music off of his upcoming LP B4.DA.$$ with some assistance behind the boards from Statik Selektah.
Crooked I spews social consciousness in the face of adversity over the instrumental to Tupac’s “Pain” off of the Above The Rim soundtrack.
We all know Rapsody can rap her face off, but she can also deliver a strong message in her music with her Eric G produced ode to men growing up without fathers titled “The Man.”
I wrote this song as a dedication to all the boys growing up without fathers who now have to try and fill those big shoes. I wanted to tell the story of how they have to grow up fast, lose their innocence so young, and the damage it does (no matter your race). The interlude that follows deals with racism, and how people of color have to have these tough conversations with their children that others parents don’t. It’s hard to explain to a five year old that because of the color of their skin, they will be treated differently. But, that’s a reality for us.