Big K.R.I.T. has released a body of work over the past eight years since the release of his celebrated K.R.I.T. Wuz Here mixtape in 2010. Now with his third studio album firmly in the minds of fans, the Mississippi rapper took his talents to NPR’s Tiny Desk and gave a stirring three-song set for the […]

Big K.R.I.T. has unleashed his third studio album 4eva Is A Mighty Long Time on Friday (Oct. 27) and Black Twitter is on fire with reactions.

Common’s inspiration to return to rhyming didn’t subside during the creation of his forthcoming album Black America Again. Today, the legend delivers some bars on “Cranes in the Sky” from Solange’s critically acclaimed album A Seat At The Table.

A year of touring followed the success of Bryson Tiller’s platinum selling debut project T R A P S O U L. Now it appears that the harmonic rhymesayer is ready unleash new material, the first track of which is titled “Let Me Explain.”

The K.R.I.T. in Big. K.R.I.T. stands for King Remembered In Time and he left a hell of an impression at the 2016 BET Hip-Hop Awards. The Mississippi rapper performed a spoken word piece that will leave your jaw on the floor, and proud if you’re riding with Black Lives Matter. 

As we reach the midway point of September, Danny Brown’s long-awaited Atrocity Exhibition album is just over the horizon. Today, the Detroit rapper whet appetites with another early offering from the project.

Big K.R.I.T. has announced that he is no longer signed to Def Jam Records and is going independent. 

Big K.R.I.T. has gone jacking for beats. And not just a one-off freebie release, but a 12 track bundle pegged the “12 for 12” freestyle series.

Well, today has been exciting for Hip-Hop fans. As if an epic posse cut from Kanye West and a sure-shot summer anthem from DJ Khaled and Drake weren’t enough, the Internets received Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, and producer TM88′s TGOD Mafia:Rude Awakening project and a bouncy Travi$ Scott track titled “Pick Up The Phone,” featuring Young Thug and Quavo.

In today’s Wired Tracks, Hip-Hop Wired highlights two fresh releases from a few of the West Coast’s finest MCs.

Dreamville’s own Bas ends his hiatus with the release of “Night Job,” a new track featuring J. Cole.