Producer Moss employs Havoc and Onyx for the rhymes that will have you ready to punch somebody in the face. Off of Moss’ debut album Marching To The Sound Of My Own Drum.
Talib and Rapsody deliver the visuals for this cut from the upcoming Indie 500 project that is a collaborative album between Kweli and 9th Wonder.
Dave East grabs the beat to Cam’ron’s “Glory” by the throat and gives it a lashing.
Young Stro goes back to a time before he was born and takes on the legendary Main Source and Nas collaboration “Live At The BBQ.”
Talib Kweli and his collective, Colours of The Culture — which is comprised of emcees Talib, Niko Is, Chaz Van Queen, K’Valentine and Truly Def, producers Thanks Joey, Krikos, and Henry Daher, singer Paulina Vo, visual artist YousTheJuice, filmmaker Chris Smith, comedian Seth Byrd and multi-hyphenates Anthony “Townsky” Diaz, The Narcysist and Palmer Reed — have released the collaborative project Roy G Biv: What A Colourful World. The Styles P cut is certainly one to check out.
Your Old Droog releases the single from his upcoming project ONEderful that will drop in 2016.
Jadakiss takes on police brutality in the video for the Swizz Beatz produced “Jason.”
Termanology grabs damn near everyone for the 7-minute remix to “Get Off The Ground.” Who all is on this track? Well, you got Lil’ Fame, Ruste Juxx, Justin Tyme, Hannibal Staxx, Papoose, Reks and the late Sean Price. Yeah, banger alert.
A DJ Premier solo album on the way? Preemo gives details to HipHop4Life while also revealing that he wants to produce an entire albums for Jay Z, Nas & Mary J Blige.
DJ Premier reminisces about Gang Starr and a possible biopic, how it was to work with Dr. Dre, who is the best between Jay, Nas and Biggie, the funny character of Big L, his love for Prince, his opinion on the current state of hip-hop and he also gave us some exclusive infos about his solo album (the title and the featurings) as well as his future projects.