Apollo Brown and Planet Asia drop another video from their extremely dope Anchovies album. The video for “Deep In the Casket” finds the emcee and producer at the graveyard for added effect.
Rapsody drops the official video for “Power” and it’s all about embracing blackness. Although Kendrick Lamar wasn’t able to film his verse, the video doesn’t slow down as it rolls into GQ’s verse from “Ridin.”
Check out this performance by Joey Bada$$ where he mashes up “AmeriKKKan Idol” with Jay Z’s “Dead Presidents” during BBC Radio 1’s Piano Sessions.
9th Wonder recently announced the signing of Reuben Vincent to his Jamla Records imprint and drops the video for “BB Guns” to go along with that announcement. While the song is dope, it’s even better to know that Vincent is part of the future because the kid is only 16 years old (!).
DJ Kay Slay brings together a legend from the West with a legend from the East for “Hip Hop Icons” as Ice-T and Kool G Rap prove that they are still not to be f*cked with.
Shady Records newest signee, Boogie, slides through and drops some bars over Lil Pump’s “Gucci Gang” instrumental with the L.A. Leakers.
The RZA stopped by Funkmaster Flex’s show to absolutely go bananas for nine minutes over three different instrumentals. Watch and behold.
Fashawn cuts loose the video for “Fashawn” where the Fresno emcee is all up in New York City with Large Professor. Throughout the track, Fash spits, skateboards in traffic and hangs out at a junkyard.
Method Man gets the spotlight in the videos for “If Time Is Money” and “Hood Go Bang” off of the Wu’s The Saga Continues album. There’s no doubt about it, Meth still has it.
Everything is sinister in the video for “Murder Rap” from Meyhem Lauren and DJ Muggs. Off of their collaborative album Gems From the Equinox dropping on October 27th.