The artist formally known as Sense speaks candidly about racism in the current era along with the film “Selma” with Yahoo! News’ Katie Couric. No, it’s not a new song but enjoy the conversation and be enlightened.
Joell Ortiz comes through with the visuals for his chilling tale about domestic issues and infidelity off of his recently released House Slippers album.
Maino joins Lil Fame and Billy Danze for the official video to “Welcome To Brooklyn” off of their recently released “Street Certified” project.
DJ Premier and Royce Da 5’9″ interrupted Phonte’s interview with The Stashed and what transpired next is nothing short of epic.
PRhyme, also known as DJ Premier and Royce Da 5’9″, made their way into the STASHED studio as we were interviewing Phonte. Rather than having them wait, the three old friends all joined in one long conversation. Among the topic discussed include their history together, being grown men in Hip-Hop, and possibly working together on a new project. If that ever happens, you can thank us for making that happening.
Check out this nearly 30 minute conversation with Phonte, DJ Premier and Royce Da 5’9.” It’s worth the watch.
Your Old Droog gets some classic DJ Premier production to rock over during Statik Selektah’s Showoff Radio show.
Royce Da 5’9″ and DJ Premier offer their take on the Total Slaughter battle between Joe Budden and Hollow Da Don.
Shady Records releases a behind the scenes video of the epic Shady XV CXVYPHER. What makes this special is Paul Rosenberg popping in to explain the significance of the location for Royce and Em’s segment.
Fashawn releases the video for “Never Waiting In Vain” from his EP with Alchemist. And, yeah, it’s a bunch of kids jumping a wall. That’s all.
Legendary lyricist Ras Kass breaks it down over soul stirring, head nodding production from Detroit producer Apollo Brown on this eye opener of a track. “Deliver Us From Evil” continues Ras’ demolition of the status quo with line after line of sharp minded political observations and clever word play. From the critically acclaimed new album “Blasphemy.”
After a few weeks of individual verses, Noisey and Hennessy liberate the full video for the 30-minute long posse cut “The Rap Monument”.
Artists include: Action Bronson, Pusha T, Young Thug, Danny Brown, Raekwon, Prodigy, Two-9, RetcH, Da$H, Nipsey Hussle, Vado, Heems, Nasty Nigel, The Flatbush Zombies, Pill, Rockie Fresh, Meyhem Lauren, Killer Mike, Remy Banks, Bodega Bamz, Problem, A$ton Matthews, Yak Ballz, SL Jones, Alexander Spit and several others.
Damn, that’s a lot of rappers.