Cornrow Kenny is coming in hot as the threats of a possible April 7th album release is looming large. After shelling the industry with “The Heart Pt 4,” the Compton emcees follows up immediately with “Humble.” The Mike Will Made It produced banger is yet another episode of Kendrick Lamar demonstrating why he’s in the upper echelon of today’s emcees.
It may have been released almost six months ago, but A Tribe Called Quest’s final album is still getting heavy rotation from most. In honor of that, the collective go back to craft another set of visuals off the album in the form of “Dis Generation.”
Killer Mike and El-P appeared on Desus & Mero’s Viceland show to give a little history on how they united, some of their favorite tour stories and how they have managed to survive off of underground rap money.
Just Blaze is the next to step up to the Funkmaster Flex “5 Minutes of Funk” challenge and proceeds to bless the wheels of steel with a series of classic breakbeats that will have the b-boys going crazy. Indulge and enjoy.
You’ve been getting a lot of Joey Bada$$ lately and we hope that you aren’t complaining. The latest verbal assault comes in the form of Mr. A$$ showing up on The Cruz Show and freestyling over Miguel and J. Cole’s “All I Want Is You” from Miguel’s debut album.
Reks drops another video from his brilliant The Greatest X project in the form of the Apollo Brown produced “H.I.P.H.O.P.” With the acronym in place meaning “her infinite powers help oppressed people,” Reks gives you a glimpse of what those people look like.
Beneficence puts his pen to work alongside Andre The Giant on the appropriately titled “Smooth Hardcore” from the New Jersey emcee.
With a concept of “guilty until proven innocent,” Killer Mike and El-P drop the video for “Legend Has It” that finds the tag team known to the universe as Run The Jewels caught up in a police lineup that is sheer madness.
Cyhi The Prynce showed up on Sway In The Morning and proceeded to annihilated the Five Fingers Of Death freestyle challenge in the best way possible. Not a hesitation and nothing but a plethora of hurtful bars that should easily be in the running for freestyle of the year.
Joey Bada$$ delivers a dope freestyle over Future’s “Mask Off” instrumental while spending time on the LA Leakers show.