Joey Bada$$ and Statik Selektah catch up at Fresh Island Festival in Croatia to chat about misconceptions, music critics and Jay-Z’s massive office.
In the midst of the accusations that Meek Mill lobbed at Drake for not writing his own rhymes, Slaughterhouse hits Hot 97 to discuss the topic of lyricism, writing your own rhymes and more.
Sheek Louch gets violent over a Public Enemy classic for his latest freestyle as we await the release of Silverback Gorilla 2.
With “Southpaw” hitting theaters, the Eminem executive produced soundtrack is now available for your listening pleasure. Featuring the likes of Slaughterhouse, PRhyme, 50 Cent, Bad Meets Evil, Action Bronson and more, you can stream it via Spotify right now.
If there are any questions as to whether or not Eminem still has “it,” they are all answered when Eminem annihilates the mic on “Sway In The Morning” while promoting the release of the film Southpaw. This is vicious and vintage Slim Shady.
Dave East keeps the heat coming with the Rico Suave produced “Demonstrate.” Be on the lookout for the Hate Me Now mixtape coming sooner than you think.
One more joint from CNN before they drop the Lessons album on Friday. Produced by Jahlil Beats.
Apparently recorded during George W. Bush’s first term in office (2001-2005), this unreleased Jay Electronica track doesn’t necessarily sound a decade old. Jay took to twitter to acknowledge the song’s existence but wasn’t released intentionally by him.
That man up record was recorded way during gw bush first term in office! Lol where do ppl get they hands on this stuff??
— سيف الله (@JayElectronica) July 22, 2015
Oh well, enjoy.
Check out the visuals for the J Dilla produced “Love Is” from Slum Village’s Yes! album.