The GZA steps up to the plate and knocks one out of the park when he performs the classics at NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert.
Forever M.C. recruits Planet Asia, Royce 5’9″, Chino XL and Bronze Nazareth for the remix to “Assassin’s Creed.”
Apollo Brown with the beats and Locksmith with the lyrics. It’s a match made in heaven as the duo join forces for “No Question” and formally announce their joint project of the same name dropping on June 15th. If the EP sounds anything like this song, we’re in for a treat.
With Book of Ryan right around the corner, Royce 5’9″ drops The Breakfast Club to chop it up with Angela Yee, Charlamagne and DJ Envy about the album as well as what’s going on with Slaughterhouse, mental health and much more.
Rob Markman continues to drop heat as he scoops up Styles P and Cris Streetz for “Next Check.”
“When you’re hustling and grinding, working towards a goal, you always feel like that next check is going to be the one,” he says. “If you’re an up and coming artist, then you always feel like your next song is gonna be the one. I got with Styles P and Cris Streetz to help tell this story.”
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11. Funky Four Plus 1–Rapping And Rocking The House
Remy Ma keeps it sexy in the video for “Company” as she prepares to drop 7 Winters, 6 Summers before the end of 2017. It’s not the usual Remy Ma as she incorporates A Boogie wit da Hoodie to help her with what could be a radio hit.
Stro takes over NYC with his video for “Beware” from his as-yet-titled project dropping later this year.
Kanye West has been under fire for his controversial tweets over the past week. To kind of answer the questions regarding his tweets, Mr. West is joined by T.I. for “Ye vs. The People.” No clue if this is on Kanye’s album dropping in June or not, but does this track help explain his actions?
Every now and then, Philly Freezer likes to remind you how well he does this rap shit. With Think Free on the way, Freeway drops off this joint to hold you over “All the Way Live.”