Eminem, Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf drop off the official behind the scenes footage of their Shady CXVPHER.
Noisey & Hennessy have teamed up to bring us one of the biggest posse cuts in a long time. Over the last couple of weeks they have been dropping off the verses individually but today we have the full 30 minute video.
The artist include Action Bronson, Pusha T, Young Thug, Danny Brown, Raekwon, Prodigy, Two-9, RetcH, Da$H, Nipsey Hussle, Vado, Heems, Nasty Nigel, The Flatbush Zombies, Pill, Rockie Fresh, Meyhem Lauren, Killer Mike, Remy Banks, Bodega Bamz, Problem, A$ton Matthews, Yak Ballz, SL Jones, Alexander Spit and more.
Maino drops off his own version of Nicki Minaj’s “Only” single. Click the jump for the stream. Read More
David Cash has had quite the work ethic as of late and it has allowed him to have a vault full of extra music. Before he offers up his California C.A.S.H. mixtape which is executive produced by Cardo, he delivers an aperitif of sorts with L.A.D.I.L.A. (Live And Die In L.A.). This will give new listeners a chance to get familiar while holding over his core fan base. With the release of the tape, Cash also gives us a video for “Appreciate Shit” featuring Tae Snaps. Head below and check out all the goods!
If Chris Miles has proved anything this year, it’s that talent has no age limit. The 15 year-old MC has impressed everyone from music industry heavyweights like 50 Cent and Mac Miller to legendary producers such as Statik Selektah and Jake One, with his controlled rapid fire flow and complex rhyme patterns. All of his hard work is evident in the release of his first EP, Birth of Cool. Over nostalgic beats that harken back to the golden age of NY hip-hop, Chris Miles spits about the challenges he faces as one of the youngest people in rap. With Birth of Cool, Chris Miles makes a strong case for earning the title of New York’s most talented rookie.
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New T-Pain and Lil Wayne single titled “Let me Through”. Click the jump for the CDQ version. Read More
Nigel D catches up with folks over at Ebro In The Morning on HOT 97 to discuss their upcoming concert, Christmas In Brooklyn @ The Barclays Center and the success of J.Cole’s recent project, 2014 Forest Hills Drive.
The Juice’s Erika Ramirez ventures down to Atlanta to explore, how Raury puts it, The Atlanta Renaissance. Erika speaks with OG Maco, Father, Rich Homie Quan, Childish Major, Raury, Key! and a host of others about the new wave that is developing down in Atlanta, G.A. Noisey is doing their “Atlanta” story on January 13th, but I think this is a bit lighter than their darker production.
Pusha’s shoe release party for his King Push EQT Running Guidance 93 sneaker with Adidas. “Lunch Money” is on iTunes now.
Rebels Without A Cause is a duo comprised of Sik Vik, from Brooklyn, and Jon Blaze, from Manhattan. The two met in Pennsylvania and have been making music ever since. Today they are bringing a video to us called “AmeriKKKa,” which is definitely an appropriate rendition of the problems our society is facing at this very moment.