The video for Method Man’s posse banger “Eviction” has surfaced as Dave East, Max B, Joe Young and Hanz On fall thru. The joint will be featured on Method Man’s forthcoming Meth Lab 2.
Jay Electronica songs are scarce. For reasons unknown to most, we still don’t have an album. But Kevin Durant urged Jay Elec to drop new music and when one of the best NBA players around makes a suggestion, you do it. With that comes “Letter To Fallon.” Enjoy and don’t hold your breath for any new music anytime soon.
Kool G Rap dropped his 6th studio album Return of the Don and cut loose a video for “Running” with Termanology and Saigon.
Just in case you needed a refresher on the sixth season of Game of Thrones as you await the start of the seventh season next month, Ras Kass has provided you a recap in lyrical form.
Sway heads to Minneapolis for Sway in the Morning and connects with Brother Ali. If you know about Ali’s talent, you may have an idea of how it all goes down when he takes on the “5 Fingers of Death” freestyle.
The whole idea of Funkmaster Flex’s ‘5 Minutes of Funk” has been tossed aside as the DJs are just going to work and disregarding any time limits. That’s good because DJ Roli Rho goes nuts for over 12 minutes in this latest installment.
CyHi The Prynce continues his freestyle rampage when he shows up on the LA Leakers show to give Kendrick Lamar’s a thorough tongue lashing.
Apollo Brown & Skyzoo just returned from South Africa & Mozambique as part of “The Easy Truth” Tour. They decided to enlist some of Brooklyn’s finest (kids) to play the parts of Apollo, Skyzoo, Stretch, Bobbito, and recreate the classic 90s radio show “The Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show.” The result is a low-key vhs style video session of WKCR’s most classic program. 89.9
Young M.A. piggybacks off the success of her Herstory EP with a video for “Self M.A.de” where the Brooklyn emcee is after the fame without all of that fame shit.
From the stellar EP The Seven comes the video for the Talib Kweli and Styles P collaboration with Jadakiss, Sheek Louch and Niko Is titled “Nine Point Five.” Utilizing a collection of tour footage, the duo give you an insider look on how they get down.