Slim One drops the video for “Lay You Down” alongside Termanology, Nems and Flee Lord. Everyone drops vicious bars over a gutter production that dares all naysayers to run up on them.
Benny The Butcher keeps things rolling from Tana Talk 3 and drops a video for “Scarface Vs. Sosa Pt. 2.” Benny rocks over the Daringer produced cut and reminds you that everything is like drug dealing.
Slick Rick pounces on Drake and French Montana’s “No Stylist” and blesses it with words of wisdom from Ricky The Ruler.
Papoose and Casanova take the concept of bodying a track literally in the video for “Shooter.”
Fresh off 2018’s Meth Lab 2: The Lithium, Method Man drops a new video for “Two More Mins” just to remind anybody who may have overlooked the project.
Large Professor reflects on his contributions to Nas’ Illmatic as the 25th anniversary approaches. Extra P discusses the making of “Halftime” and his interactions with Nasir Jones over the years.
With the 25th anniversary of Illmatic happening on April 19th, Mass Appeal and Hennessy are teaming up for an 8-part series that talks about the creation of the album with those most important to the process. First up is Pete Rock as he discusses the making of “The World Is Yours.”
Let the Record Show, the crate-dug interview series in which artists discuss their favorite songs of all time as the tracks spin on vinyl, continues its third season today, as hosts Mike Pizzo and Warren Peace speak with legendary Brooklyn emcee Masta Ace and producer Marco Polo.
Following the release of his eighth album, A Breukelen Story – a collaborative LP with Toronto bred, BK-based producer Marco Polo – Masta Ace looks back on a career that spans thirty years, as the duo selects a list of vinyl cuts that shaped their individual tastes over the years. Their selections range from endlessly sampled breaks from Bob James and Donald Byrd to iron clad hip-hop classics from Run-DMC, Afrika Bambaataa and Gang Starr.
Masta Ace and Marco Polo’s appearance on Let the Record Show marks the 21st episode in the series and the sixth episode released this year, following each Georgia Anne Muldrow, Lil Jon, Kurupt, Just Blaze, and Flosstradamus. Season 3 of Let the Record Show will continue in the coming weeks with Mayer Hawthorne, Cut Chemist, and more.
With a little vocal assistance from the legendary Smokey Robinson, Anderson .Paak dishes off the video for the Alchemist and Fred Wreck produced “Make It Better” from his forthcoming Oxnard album.
Ill Bill and Stu Bangas have connected to drop a new project titled Cannibal Hulk. An album that blends their love of hip hop, weed and comic books, the duo drop the video for the title track