Of course you’ve heard Ghostface’s 36 Seasons album, right? If not, maybe this comic book style lyric video of the AZ, Kool G Rap and Tre Williams assisted “The Battlefield” will move you.
Check out the monumental SXSW that Bam Bam had this year at SXSWonderful. You can see parts of his Mr. Wonderful Showcase, the man himself serving his Mr. Wonderful Texas Style Poutine out of his food truck and much more.
Several months ago we premiered San Diego skateboarder Ryan Bowers’ impressive lyrical chops on the DJ Premier produced “The Premier.” And now you get a set of visuals to accompany it directed by Luke Emmett.
Styles P is back with another freestyle with the assistance of youngin Chris Rivers. Styles and Chris displays a lyrical onslaught over Slaughter House’s Hammer Dance instrumental. Music perform by Styles P and Chris Rivers. Video directed by Danny Cinema Dtaled Films.
Kendrick Lamar takes it back to some familiar areas in Compton for the “King Kunta” video.
While on the road with PRhyme and Your Old Droog, Boldy James drops the video for “On My Tether.”
The dynamic of duo of Royce Da 5’9″ and DJ Premier are joined by Dwele for the “You Should Know” video.
In the second installment of Food Inspired by the Album. . . . Mr. Wonderful, Action Bronson visits an old friend: Chef Michael White at Marea. To start things up, Action plays his new tracks “Terry,” “Baby Blue,” and “Falconry” for Chef White to get him in the right state of mind before they take to the kitchen. While Bronson has been previously documented dining at Marea, he had yet to step behind the line and actually cook with the chef in the restaurant until now. Action also offers his first public foray into the world of wine pairings, asking Marea’s wine director—Francesco Grosso—to choose the wines that would pair up best with dishes that he and Michael prepared. This episode will satisfy the cravings of gourmands and hip-hop aficionados alike.
PRhyme, Boldy, and Droog make their way through Boston and, New York CIty to give fans a crazy-ass show full of that raw shit.
Joey Bada$$ and B-Real shoot the breeze, smoke some weed and then smoke some more weed. Oh yeah, they talk about things too.
Joey Bada$$ joins B-real for a smoked out session in the latest edition of BREALTV’s Smokebox. The two discuss creating a different style & vision, upcoming projects and tours, Seattle, fan advice, & much more!