Six years to the day that Drake dropped his “So Far Gone” mixtape and the Canadian unleashes a brand new surprise project to the masses. With features from PARTYNEXTDOOR, Travi$ Scott and Lil Wayne as well as production from Bo1-1da, Illmind, 40, Wondagurl and others. Stream it now.
Action Bronson is added to Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ smash single “Uptown Funk” and delivers some vibrant bars.
The return of the Ox continues with the duo’s release of “Harlem Knights” off of the upcoming Blade of the Ronin album.
The cats from Cookin Soul decided to merge Prodigy’s vocals with Toro Y Moi’s production for “Keep It Toro.”
Bam Bam took to Instagram to unveil the artwork for his upcoming Mr. Wonderful album. And it’s about is silly as you’d expect.
Things get real in this video for the Jay Dee and The Roots produced cut off of Joey Bada$$’ recently released B4.Da.$$ album.
The Genius of the Wu Tang Clan comes out of his self imposed hiatus and unveils the first single from his upcoming album Dark Matter.
In honor of the late, great James “J Dilla” Yancy, Beat Junkies J.Rocc and Rhettmatic crafted this tribute mix where the two deejays went back-and-forth on individual setups to craft a creative, 2×4 improvisational mix.
DJ Eclipse unearths a session from 1996 with Lord Finesse dropping jewels at Fat Beats.
Here’s another performance clip from Fat Beats grand opening day of the 6th Ave location. Lord Finesse on the mic and DJ Three on the wheels. You even see the owner of the store Joseph Abajian pop back behind the tables for a minute to talk to Three. Finesse killed these two verses and had the crowd oohing and ahhing with his punchlines. It meant a lot to us that Finesse came by because he was the biggest name we had come through all day. And once again you get a glimpse of some of the other people in the store who were just vibing out to the sounds or waiting their turn to get on the mic.
With the Ghostface and BadBadNotGood collaboration Soul Soul dropping next week, the tandem drops an updated version of “Tone’s Rap” for us to feast on.