Sean Price and Illa Ghee drop the sequel to the ultra hard “Figure Four” with “Figure More” off of the late rapper’s “Songs In The Key Of Price” project.
Check out this snippet of the upcoming interview that D’Angelo did with Tavis Smiley that will air on September 2nd and 3rd. Everything will be covered that you want to know. In this clip, D’Angelo shares how the video for his hit song “Untitled (How Does It Feel)” from his previous album, Voodoo, changed the course of his life and career.
Chris Rivers gets the severely underrated Nitty Scott MC and Whispers to proclaim that all they want to do is deliver some bars.
Don’t try to figure out exactly what’s going on in R.A. The Rugged Man’s video for “Tom Thum.” Just enjoy it and go cop Legends Never Die.
The Rugged Man joins up with worldwide beatboxing sensation Tom Thum for the latest visual off the album Legends Never Die, R.A. The Rugged Man has been supplying fans with a steady stream of visuals off the project. Now, he’s back with another, this time for the throwback opus “Tom Thum.” Featuring world-renowned beat boxer Tom Thum (whose TED talk has over 40 million views), the video was filmed in the streets of Berlin, Germany during a recent tour stop.
“For the video, I wanted to bring in graffiti, beatboxing, scratch vocals and just create a crazy weird animated hip-hop world,” says the Rugged Man. “Kind’a like Mary Poppins in the 80’s crack era.” While the track may sound like it was blessed by a turntablist, R.A. reveals that no DJ was involved. “There are no scratches in the song,” he explains. “That’s Tom Thum, he’s doing all the scratches with his mouth.”
Joey Bada$$ continues his world takeover with phase two. Check it out as Killer Mike, A$AP Rocky and others all make cameos as the Pro Era emcee performs through Europe.
Not long after Funk Volume fired their salvo at Horseshow Gang, the Cali collective drops their response. Who do you have winning round one?
After the Horseshoe Gang took Funk Volume up on their offer to battle for $500k, the collective take their shot at KXNG Crooked’s little brothers with “Free Meal.”
Talib Kweli and Cassper Nyovest explain why money isn’t the only thing that’s important with this new video.
Styles P drops the video from his A Wise Guy & A Wise Guy album.
The mighty Mos Def is back in business with an swift education in lyricism over some Ski Beatz production.