Merry Christmas Dilla heads. A new collection of beats straight from the source just dropped.
Justin Timberlake “Can’t Stop The Feeling!,” Kaytranada & Skepta Drop Albums, & More | Wired Tracks 5.6.16
This edition of Wired Tracks is jam packed with quality music releases from a superstar artist, a few rising talents, and more.
Hiatus Kayote ft. Anderson .Paak “Laputa,” J. Dilla & Nas “The Sickness,” & More | Wired Tracks 4.13.16
Hiatus Kayote return with a soulful tune ahead of their upcoming EP, Recalibrations Vol. 1, which releases this Friday (April 15).
Black Thought ft. Styles P “Making A Murderer,” Dee-1 ft. Lupe Fiasco & Big K.R.I.T. “Against Us (Remix),” & More | Wired Tracks 4.6.16
Black Thought returns with the most aptly titled track to hit the Internets today, “Making A Murderer.”
As promised, A$AP Mob continued their Wavy Wednesdays campaign with the release of two new tracks from within the camp.
Talking heads have championed Mac Miller’s new LP, GO:OD AM, but all of the heat he created during the album sessions didn’t land on the 17-song tracklist.
The name Slum Village has gone on to become a genericized trademark for a Hip-Hop sound that fits the definition for many fans.
It’s a safe bet this will be at the top of any J Dilla fan’s holiday wish list. Stussy teams with Pay Jay Productions to create a vinyl figurine of the late, great producer.
Run The Jewels 2 season is in full effect but during last night’s Mass Appeal event at Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn, there was another Hip-Hop equinox being introduced. Nas stopped through the segment midway to support Killer Mike and El-P’s critically lauded new project as well as to give the crowd a taste of what […]
A couple of items from the late, great J. Dilla‘s production arsenal are heading to the Smithsonian. At the 9th annual DC Loves Dilla event in Washington DC, Dilla’s mother, Ma Dukes, revealed this her son’s MPC sampler and custom Moog will be housed in the Museum Of African American History And Culture.
Back in April, an unreleased J Dilla track called “Give Em What They Want” was unleashed from the vaults. However, the version fans previously heard from the Give Em What They Want EP isn’t what the late, great producer and producer Supa Dave West created back in 2001.
Emceeing is officially back in a major way and every well-versed rhymer is taking advantage of. Queens rap king Consequence is back in the mix, helping the De La Soul bunch plant their latest set of Da.I.S.I.E.S. with the “Vocabulary Spills (Remix).”