The legendary Diggin In The Crates crew has plans to drop a compilation album in 2016 and here’s a taste of it with Fat Joe, A.G. and Diamond D’s “Make ‘Em So Proud.”
The RZA drops a remix to the unreleased Adrian Younge joint that features singers Karolina and Laetita Sadier off of Younge’s upcoming album Something About April 2. The remix happened because RZA was inspired by the score that Ennio Morricone provided for Quentin Tarentino’s “The Hateful Eight.”
When 9th Wonder and Murs get together, there’s an expectation for great music. This surprise project from the dynamic duo keeps the good vibes flowing as Brighter Daze provides 12 tracks of excellence and features the likes of Mac Miller, Problem, Rapsody, Bad Lucc and more. Stream it now!
Kanye West return with a new joint that spits venom at Nike in the form of the Metro Boomin’ and Southside produced “Facts.” Do you dig it?
You can’t end the year without Skillz coming through to recap the entire 2015 in rhyme form. From Steve Harvey’s Ms. Universe mishap to the Drake and Meek Mill feud, Skillz doesn’t miss a thing in pop culture.
To close out 2015, Kendrick Lamar combines “U” with “For Sale?” and delivers the haunting cinematic visual titled “God Is Gangsta.” It’s claustrophobic, chilling and downright uncomfortable as K Dot battles with his vices in this 7-minute short film.
To cap off an excellent 2015, Logic drops off this previously unreleased joint that features Killer Mike and Slug titled “Tree Of Life”
MF Doom and Busta Rhymes bless a classic J Dilla instrumental from Dilla’s Jay Loves Japan project with BJ The Chicago Kid also popping in for a cameo.
VH1’s original movie that chronicles the rise of hip hop in New York in the early 90’s titled “The Breaks” (and scored by none other than DJ Premier) will debut on January 4th. Starring Mack Wilds, Afton Williamson, Wood Harris, Antoine Harris and including a litany of cameos, the film has been highly anticipated since its announcement last year. But before you watch it, check out this interview WatchLoud did with Mack Wilds on Method Man playing his father in the movie and much more.
The Blastmaster sits down with Rakim to discuss his writing technique and the jewels that are dropped are mind blowing. Not only did Rakim play saxophone, but he explains how John Coltrane was responsible for how he wrote. Check it out.