Termanology slides through with the assist on South Bronx emcee Chris Content’s “Under Pressure.” But this isn’t just a Term showcase as Content holds his own as the two drops bars over Flip Jackson production.
With less than two weeks to go before MC Eiht drops Which Way Iz West the Cali legend continues to drop heat. “Got That” finds Eiht delivering the bars while Break Sinatra provides the beat and DJ Premier hits you with the ad libs and cuts. Are you ready for the album yet?
Dave East has been busy prepping Paranoia and drops the video for the appropriately titled “What Is the Hold Up” in the process. Certainly a different vibe than what you’re used to as East ditches the potent rhymes for something a little more breezy.
On the latest episode of Rhythm Roulette, Daringer braves the bins at NYC’s Academy Records to blindly pull three records at random and test his production skills. Best known for his work with Buffalo MCs–and recent Shady Records signees–Westside Gunn and Conway, Griselda Records’ in-house producer didn’t flinch when faced with the folk and disco selects. Instead, he calmly sparked one and, with blunt in hand plus a special guest MC in the booth, cut another wavy gem.
With their well received collaborative LP ‘Molotov‘ now available, the East Coast/Midwest tag-team of Saga and Thelonious Martin head to the rapper’s stomping grounds of Brooklyn for album’s debut video, “Where We Live (Brooklyn).”
Directed by Surf School’s Infamous Oz, the visuals put the heart of the BK on full display as the rapper-producer video hit up some of their favorite spots. That includes getting a lil’ grimy with the local cats at the legendary Gleason’s Gym and, of course, diggin’ in the crates at Black Gold Records.
If you were watching the NBA Finals, you may have noticed a different version of Kendrick Lamar’s “DNA” playing. Here’s the full version.
For those who continue to doubt 2 Chainz rapping ability, here’s the artist formally known as Tity Boy going off over the instrumental to Kendrick Lamar’s “DNA.”
With All Eyez On Me right around the corner Vic Mensa shows up on the LA Leakers show to drop a freestyle over Prodigy’s “Keep It Thoro.” Mr. Mensa opens right up addressing those who feel that they are better than the legendary Tupac and goes off for another three minutes.
Bam Bam Bronson is back at it with the announcement that Blue Chips 7000 will come in late July or early August. While we wait, the bearded emcee drops “Let Me Breathe” produced by Harry Fraud.
Buckle up. Comedian Hannibal Buress sat down with DJ Premier for 90 minutes on his “The Handsome Rambler” podcast. The two discuss the upcoming D&D Studio podcast, creating Jay Z’s “So Ghetto,” sampling jazz records and so much more.