On June 22, Thundercat will release Where The Giants Roam, a mini LP of sorts from the ultra talented bass player who was all over Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly. Here’s the first joint with long time collaborator Flying Lotus.
Styles P takes a swing at Drake’s “6 Man” instrumental for another installment of his Friday Freestyles.
Jadakiss pays homage to the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard by dropping bars to the classic “Brooklyn Zoo” instrumental.
The tragic shooting in Charleston, SC where a 21-year-old white man by the name of Dylann Roof took nine innocent black lives with a shooting at the Emanuel Church has sent shockwaves through the nation. Nas addresses the shooting, racism and mental illness with Vibe.
Bodega Bamz heads to the Barrio Bravo (“Tough Neighborhood”) black markets of Mexico City’s Tepito for his latest set of visuals.
Sheek Louch takes down two classic beats for his latest lyrical assault as we continue to wait for Silverback Gorilla 2 at the end of June.
Originally scheduled for a June 25 release, Skyzoo has decided to liberate his Music For My Friends album a week early. Featuring the likes of Black Thought, Bilal, Elzhi and Jadakiss, you can stream the entire album via Spotify now and cop it for yourself on iTunes.
Instead of making a song that radio wanted him to do, Detroit’s own Trick Trick decided to make a song that he wanted to do…
Consider this as his first record…
Rapsody shows up and shows out alongside Torae and DJ Premier on “The Tor Guide.” Infinite dopeness.
Dr. Yen Lo and Roc Marciano are all about the bars on “Day 81.”