The wait will soon be over Shady 2.0 is back TONIGHT!
You’ve heard the song that brings M.O.P. and Busta Rhymes back together, now check out the video to the single off of their upcoming EP Street Certified.
Grantland always does an amazing job with their original videos. In their latest, Method Man explains how limericks and songs from ‘Sesame Street,’ Masta Ace, Chuck Berry, and Rick Dees all contributed to his style of writing music and lyrics.
You want bars? You got them! Termanology, Willie The Kid and REKS pounce on this wicked Alchemist and Statik Selektah offering. Term’s Shut Up & Rap drops December 9th.
After AZ put his own spin on the J Dilla produced “The Season,” DJ Rhude decided to put together a version with both Nas and AZ on the track.
Kay Slay assembles the team of Freeway, Memphis Bleek, Jon Connor and Loaded Lux to explain how team work makes the dream work. Off of Kay Slay’s “The Original Man” mixtape.
A new set of visuals for the Jake One produced song off of the recently released Directors Of Photography album.
Action Bronson doing what he does best (aside from rapping) on a new episode of “Fuck, That’s Delicious.”
Action Bronson has done it again. In this episode of Fuck, That’s Delicious, we have succeeded in capturing the most dynamic eating streak in recent gastronomic history.
We begin our journey as Action is leaving the world’s number one restaurant—Copenhagen’s Noma—and don’t stop until we hit Chicago’s Weiner Circle with Riff Raff. Along the way, we hit up a private barbecue at Amass, enjoy a private meal cheffed by Lee Tiernan, plow through the whole menu at Hot Doug’s, and share some prime cuts with Coach Ditka.
DJ Premier blesses Slaughterhouse with an ill canvas for the four headed monster to paint their lyrical wizardry upon. This joint comes off of the upcoming Shady XV compilation, dropping November 24.