Need something to watch while self-quarantined? Eminem sits down with Mike Tyson for a new episode of “Hotboxin’.” It’s a candid conversation as Eminem gets to meet one of his favorite fighters ever. It’s more than worth your time.
What’s a week without something new from Griselda? Benny The Butcher comes through with a new set of visuals for “Did I.” Not the usual aggressive approach, Benny slows it down with something a little more story-driven and somber.
Brand new music from the legendary Smooth B of Nice & Smooth. “Before” flips Elton John’s classic “I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues” for the video on the streets of NYC.
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.
Jadakiss and Pusha T drop the video for their collaboration from ‘Kiss’ Ignatius album. The duo take aim at wack emcees — Pusha has his scope set on one rapper in particular — in the visuals that see the tandem gear up for “Huntin’ Season.”
As Bishop Nehru prepares to drop his next project Nehruvia: My Disregarded Thoughts, the emcee teams up with the legendary DJ Premier for “Too Lost.”
From the collab album The Price of Fame between M.O.P.’s Lil Fame and the late, great Sean Price comes the video for “Wait For It.”
This exclusive episode of Crook’s Corner features Kxng Crooked interviewing Eminem. This is Eminem’s first interview since the release his “Music To Be Murdered By” album. Crook and Em discuss everything from Eminem’s new album to the current state of the rap game in 2020. Eminem also answers fan questions and discusses his top 50 rappers of all time list.
With The Allegory in heavy rotation, Royce delivers the undeniable frontrunner for 2020 freestyle of the year when he shows up with the LA Leakers and delivers an absolutely vicious assault of bars that will leave your head spinning.
It’s been a minute since we last heard from Ab Soul so it is good to see him make his presence felt alongside fellow TDE member Reason and Cali’s Boogie on “Trapped In.” From Reason’s upcoming album dropping soon.
“The video is about getting caught up in the system, of a cycle we create for ourselves,” Reason told Lyrical Lemonade. “You’ll notice that everyone is all caught up in their own little pockets and me, ab, and boogie are the only ones going around saying what’s up to the robbers and the drug dealers cause we see what’s going on. You’ll see kids playing basketball cause they think it’s their only way out but then they see a robbery or the murder and now they’re caught in that same cycle.”