With his self-titled production project already out, Maticulous releases another joint off the project featuring The Rockness Monsta and Guilty Simpson.
It’s no secret that there are similarities between Action Bronson and Ghostface Killah when it comes to how they sound. However, after Bronson appeared on ESPN’s SportsNation and said that Ghostface “ain’t rhyming like this,” the Wu member decided to cut loose on the emcee. In a 6-minute rant, Ghost completely laid into Bronson with a series of disses and insults.
Bronson ended up being the bigger man by not engaging in a war of words with Ghost and tweeted the following…
When ur wrong ur wrong and I was wrong. I apologized for the comments. I’ll always be a stand up human. Much love.
— MR. WONDERFUL (@ActionBronson) July 20, 2015
Everyone says things they regret. I respect my elders and the forefathers of this art. Once again, I’m sorry. — MR. WONDERFUL (@ActionBronson) July 20, 2015
You can’t be mad at Bronson for realizing the error in his ways, being a man and apologizing. But Ghost was having none of that.
Apparently, being beaten up and thrown off the stage by Action Bronson has become a “thing.” In London, Bam Bam was performing at the Lovebox in London when yet another fan tried him by jumping onstage. You know the results, but watching it still makes it hilarious.
Slaughterhouse release the visuals for the Just Blaze and araabMUZIK produced “R.N.S.” off of the Southpaw soundtrack.
The king of the emotional roller coaster rap song, Jumpoff Joey is back with “Broke.”
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Never have the words “Good luck with your career” come off so hilariously disingenuous until Papoose pranked a group of aspiring emcees. The good folks at Complex put the concept together that some young rappers would get a surprise studio session with Papoose but would be shocked by what happens when Pap touches the mic. The results are infinitely hilarious.
Your Old Droog is back with yet another project to keep you buzzing. Six tracks of dopeness featuring the likes of DJ Skizz, Marco Polo and El RTNC. Spotify serves up the stream and best believe that there’s a full length coming later this year.
By now you’ve heard about the Meow The Jewels project that started off as a joke until the kickstarter campaign amassed $40k in pledge money. Well, the first single from the feline version of RTJ drops with the assistance of Boots on the appropriately titled “Meowrly.”
Even though Lucky 7 is already out, that doesn’t mean that Statik Selektah can’t drop new videos. This joint featuring Buckshot, Smif N Wessun and Young M.A. is about as filthy as they come.