Brooklyn emcee Saga and producer Marco Polo join forces for the <i>From Out Of The Shadows</i> album. You can check out all ten songs from the album — including the Roc Marciano assisted banger “City Streets” — right here and download now.
Rapsody, along with 9th Wonder, stopped by Statik Selektah’s Showoff Radio and blessed the studio with a freestyle over Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya.”
Termanology releases another video from his <i>Shut Up & Rap</i> album. This time its for the song “Streetwise” Produced by The Mighty Moe and with cuts & scratches by DJ Statik Selektah.
New D.I.T.C and YearRound Records Artist, Fisher (Formally known as G.Fisher) Drops The First visual from his #IamNY series over the classic “A Million and One Questions” Instrumental produced by DJ PREMIER.
Shot on The last day in the World Famous D&D Studios, Fisher dedicates this freestyle and video to Hip Hop Hollowed Ground.
While on BBC Radio, Flying Lotus spoke to Kendrick Lamar and played the previously unreleased version of their collaboration “Eyes Above.” Check it out and go here for the full interview.
Mr. Wonderful has inspired some serious food over the last couple of weeks. We’ve shown you “Easy Rider”-inspired stuffed quail, wild mushroom risotto set to “Baby Blue,” and now you can add octopus shawarma and char siu lamb belly to that list.
Action Bronson has wanted to meet and cook with chef Michael Voltaggio for a while now, ever since Voltaggio’s triumphant run on season 6 of ‘Top Chef.’ Although Action dined at Ink in an episode of ‘Fuck, That’s Delicious,’ the two actually never met … until now. In this episode of ‘Cooking with Mr. Wonderful,’ Mr. Baklava plays his new tracks “Brand New Car” and “The Rising” for Chef Voltaggio, and what follows is maybe the most creative interpretation of Bronson’s music yet. Bon appétit!
KOOL HERC TALKS BIRTHING HIP HOP, STRUGGLING WITH DRUGS, TOP 5 EMCEES & MORE ON THE COMBAT JACK SHOW
The father of Hip Hop Kool Herc gives us a very rare interview documenting the birth of Hip Hop, how he ran the game throughout the 1970’s, how his man Coke La Rock was the very first rap emcee, the records he discovered, how he almost died for this culture, his battle with drugs, health issues and his top five emcees and deejays. This one is for the history books. We do this for the culture.
Crooked I drops the first leak from The Treacherous C.O.B. camp compilation The Mint Room 2. “Mr. I Don’t Give A Fuck” is produced by Jonathan Elkaer and features Bridge on the hook.
Rapsody continues building momentum from her stellar guest spot on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly by dropping “Don’t Need It” off of her deluxe edition of Beauty & The Beast.
New music video from Bodega Bamz for his track, “Bring Em Out” featuring Flatbush Zombies. The song is off Bamz upcoming album, ‘Sidewalk Exec,’ out April 14th on 100 Keep It / Duck Down Music.