Uproxx caught up with Killer Mike and El P in the Dominican Republic for an insightful interview on their musical origins and El P plays a new beat from the Run The Jewels 3 album.
Mass Appeal hit the road with Royce Da 5’9″ and DJ Premier to give you an inside look at how the tour has been going down during its initial stretch. You’ll hear from Nickle as he talks about being on the road with Preemo as well as see both Boldy James and Your Old Droog accompany PRhyme on the road.
Emilio Rojas and Joell Ortiz tag team for “Nada” off of Rojas’ forthcoming album Life Got In The Way and the video follows two kids as the navigate a day of survival.
Action Bronson and Mario Batali make pizza together in this video.
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The MUNCHIES series Fuck, That’s Delicious took Action Bronson’s culinary stock through the roof, so with the release of his new album, it only made sense for him to collaborate with the best chefs in the world to create food fit for Mr. Wonderful. In this video, Action Bronson’s food TV dreams come true. Bam Bam gets a no-holds barred tour of Eataly from his culinary idol, Mario Batali: they sampled salumi and formaggi, create pizzas, and dine on a stuffed fried quail so delicious-looking, you will want to eat right through your screen.
Action Bronson talks about dropping his kids off at school even on the day his album releases, gives a call to his mother and talks about his recently released Mr. Wonderful album on Hot 97 with Peter Rosenberg and Laura Stylez.
Term drops another video off his latest album “Shut up and rap” Produced by Billy Loman. This time he enlist rapper Slaine from La Coka Nostra & Artisin from Term’s group ST. Da Squad.
Fashawn while on his The Ecology tour visited the world famous Burnside Skatepark. A bittersweet moment as this is the same location his childhood friend Adam Birch who taught him how to skate passed away.
With America still struggling through race relations, J. Cole’s video for “G.O.M.D.” revisits an even darker area of slavery in the good ol’ United States of America.
With the release of Action Bronson’s Mr. Wonderful, Bam Bam releases the “Coming To America” inspired set of visuals for “Baby Blue.”
As if the anticipation for Action Bronson’s “Mr. Wonderful” hadn’t reached the highest of highs, this ridiculous rap mockumentary just set the bar that much higher.