Sheek drops some bars over Nas & AZ’s legendary “Mo Money, Mo Murder, Mo Homicide” as we continue to wait for Silverback Gorilla 2.
Scarface questions the existence of God with this introspective offering alongside John Legend from his forthcoming album Deeply Rooted.
The Rapfest teams with Styles P to present his latest visual, Energy. Chris Zino steps behind the camera as SP The Ghost flows effortlessly over Drake’s “If You’re Reading This Its Too Late” single. Zino perfectly pairs a graffiti-laced rooftop and dark hallway with Holiday’s gritty street lyrics.
Noisey pairs Ice Cube and Ice Cube Jr. for a back and forth session where the two discuss “Straight Outta Compton” and little O’Shea having to play his pops in the movie.
You’ve seen the “Straight Outta Compton” video. But have you seen the GTAV remake of the video by Animal Robot? Yeah, have fun watching this one.
The big brother of Top Dawg Entertainment unleashes the video for his upcoming album’s title track. With a little assistance from SZA on the intro, Jay Rock goes a little insane over the production.
Joey Bada$$ joins Rapsody for the remix of “Don’t Need It.”
Alchemist and Oh No drop the video for “Sheet Music,” which features the late Sean Price and Havoc, from the album You Disgust Me out now.
Styles Pinero didn’t plan for his album A Wise Guy & A Wise Guy to leak nearly two months ahead of schedule, but that’s just how the internet works sometimes. So The Ghost has decided to stream the full project on Spotify. Featuring his Lox brethren, Tyler Woods, Dave East and more. Listen via Spotify and cop on iTunes.
Talib Kweli’s album title is indicative of his mind state as he drops a free project that features the likes of Styles P, Ab Soul & Miguel. Stream the album above and then head to Kweli’s website for the free download.