Cannibal Ox’s long awaited return, Blade of Ronin, drops on March 3rd but you can listen to the full album now.
Diamond D continues rolling out the visuals off of The Diam Piece with “Superman.”
We know you loved the rhymes on the PRhyme album, but we also know that you also love the production that went into the collaborative project between Royce Da 5’9″ and DJ Premier. On March 10, the instrumentals from the PRhyme album will release for your listening pleasure. Pre-order right here, right now.
DJ EFN reels in Talib Kweli, Wrekonize and Reggie Noble for this choice cut from his upcoming album Another Time dropping on March 3rd.
Kanye West took to the stage overseas at the 2015 BRIT Awards to debut his new song “All Day” with a performance that included flamethrowers and a massive posse dressed in all black. The performance featured guest spots from Theophilus London and Allan Kingdom and English grime artists Novelist, Skepta, Jammer, Stormzy. It’s certainly a different vibe than his more adult contemporary tracks “Only One” and “FourFiveSeconds. And it should certainly appeal to Kanye fans looking for him to return to his rap roots.
Fashawn continues pushing “The Ecology” by slaying the mic on Statik Selektah’s Showoff Radio.
Action Bronson goes the “Boogie Nights” route with this trailer for his upcoming album Mr. Wonderful. The greatness in this trailer cannot be denied.
Another week, another nameless podcast courtesy of Joe Budden and Marisa Mendez.
On this episode Marisa reveals some of the brushback she had after last week’s episode and then attempts to give an entertainment report which Joe finds less than stellar.
The return of eLZhi comes in the form of “February” where the lyrically inclined emcee dances all over the piano-tinged 14KT production.
With the release of Fashawn’s The Ecology, Mass Appeal put together a documentary on the Fresno emcee’s upbringing that includes his family, friends and surroundings. Executive produced by Nas.
A glimpse into Fashawn’s Ecology and transformation from Santiago to Fashawn. The documentary explores the environment and influences that paved Fashawn’s path from Fresno’s familiar streets to his unfolding journey of sharing his art with a worldwide audience.
directed by Punit Dhesi