R.A. The Rugged Man drops another cut from his All My Heroes Are Dead album with “Dragon Fire” that features Ghostface Killah, Masta Killa and Kool G Rap. Straight venom.
R.A. The Rugged Man delivers a feel-good vibe alongside Slug and Eamon on “Golden Oldies.” The two emcees reminisce while Eamon provides the hook on this cut from All My Heroes Are Dead.
It’s a somber note for R.A. The Rugged Man with the vivid storytelling in his latest offering from All My Heroes Are Dead titled “Wondering (How To Believe)” that features David Myles on the hook. R.A. addresses abuse, addiction and loss in this powerful video that is based on a true story. The album drops on April 17.
R.A. the Rugged Man links up with Psycho Les from The Beatnuts for production on the lead single from his next album All My Heroes Are Dead titled “Legendary Losers.”
“The song is a reintroduction to who I am and my life,” R.A. said of the song and video that parodies today’s hip hop artists. “My day-one fans will be able to relate because they watched me go through it, but I think people who don’t know sh*t about me can relate to this story as well. That roller coaster of life, downs and ups. No matter how far you fall, you can kick your way out of it and get back on your feet. I been beaten and bloodied and left for dead and survived. If I could do it so can you.”
R.A. The Rugged Man goes full Western with the video for a new song titled “The Return.”
Challenge accepted! R.A. The Rugged Man takes on Taylor Swift’s single “Look What You Made Me Do” and adds bars. It’s actually pretty dope.
The trio of Gift of Gab, R.A. The Rugged Man and A-F-R-O recently announced a project titled Rejoice! Rappers are Rapping Again and delivered the song “Freedom Form Flowing.” Now the song has accompanying visuals as all three are in the middle of nowhere with cardboard masks rocking a microphone.
It’s good to see Gift of Gab back at it as his breathless flow is joined by the baritone of R.A. The Rugged Man and A-F-R-O for “Freedom Form Flowing” off his forthcoming EP Rejoice! Rappers Are Rapping Again.
Sadat X is joined by Thirsten Howl III and R.A. The Rugged Man as they rhyme in front of Sean Price’s mural for the video to “Industry Outcast.”
The Beatnuts’ Psycho Les is set to drop the “Dank God Vol. 1” mixtape on August 9 and sets the stage with the first joint featuring R.A. The Rugged man as the duo spits “Ba Ba Bars.” You’ll notice the sample and how the duo flips it for the hook.