Fresh off of the “Bobby Tarantino II” mixtape, Logic cruises in a BMW full of cash and talks his shit in the video for “Contra.”
Producer/emcee Twan Mack has released a video for his new single “Can’t Quit” featuring IshDarr. For the uninitiated, the Milwaukee producer has worked with the likes of Stricklin (eMC), Speech of Arrested Development and Shaquille O’Neill, among others.
“Initially when I made the beat, I just laid down one verse as a reference which was talking about lessons I learned in the industry and in hindsight,” Twan Mack said to PWH. “My engineer was managing ishDARR at the time and played him the reference track and next thing I know I got a call saying he would be down to collaborate on the track. I know that older heads have problems with a lot of the directions hip-hop is going in today but cats like ishDARR have that same love that we do, to the end.”
Rapsody lends the lyrical assist to UK singer Moss Kena on “Problems,” which also features THEY.
Pusha T’s Daytona has been widely recognized as a frontrunner in a crowded album of the year category for 2018. As the buzz for the album continues to grow, King Push drops a lyric video for the leadoff song of the seven track project. Hit play on “If You Know You Know.”
Bad Seed teams up with Nottz (who has been EVERYWHERE lately) and DJ Total Eclipse for the song “Sunday Morning” from Seed and Nottz’ forthcoming album No Way In Hell.
KXNG Crooked has formed a group with his brothers the Horseshoe Gang and they are now known as Family Bvsiness. The group drop their first single as a unit titled “Welcome To California.”
Meyhem Lauren and DJ Muggs aren’t finished with us just yet. After dropping Gems From The Equinox. last year, the duo went back to the lab to cook up another EP titled Frozen Angels and the video is her for your viewing pleasure. The EP is also out now.
Phonte’s No News Is Good News is easily one of the best albums of 2018 and the North Carolina rapper drops a video for “So Help Me God” where a camera follows through a plush house as he threatens to murder wack emcees.
1/3 of The Lox connect for “Act Now” as Styles P and Sheek Louch deliver on the tough talk as they always do.
We’re a week away from Jay Rock’s Redemption album and the Watts rapper drops off the vicious opener of the album “The Bloodiest.” This is wicked.