Maino has once again reminded the Hip-Hop community he is always on that type of time. The rapper recently choked Buba100x during an interview.
Well, it looks like Rich was looking in the wrong direction all along when it comes to getting his artist Sidney Starr the proper mentorship she needed. Oh, and Alexis Skyy, Maino, and his girlfriend Maggie (remember them?) are back.
Regardless of how you may feel about his music these days, Maino’s been one of the few New York artists that have kept the east coast sound alive and well and for that we love and respect him.
What a day for music. From Chance The Rapper’s gospel-inspired Coloring Book to ScHoolboy Q’s new Kanye West-assisted single to Post Malone’s August 26 mixtape, the Internets have been spoiled with new material for their earholes.
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Gnarls Barkley’s debut album St. Elsewhere, the group’s production leg Danger Mouse shares a remix of their breakout hit “Crazy.”
Yams Day united a bevy of rap’s most notable rising talent, and one week later, A$AP Rocky provides some more quality vibes via a handful of free releases.
Though aesthetically different, Queens, NY collective World’s Fair embody an energy quite similar in principle to Atlanta’s Two-9. It is only natural that the crews, noticing their similarities, would collaborate for our listening pleasure.
The runaway success of Straight Outta Compton has made it cool for embodiment of everything the N.W.A stood for and revisiting the music as well.
Curren$y offers listeners an audible delight with a New Orleans touch, as he debuts his new, leading single “Bottom of the Bottle,” featuring August Alsina and Lil Wayne.
Yesterday, the Internets was going hamburger because of rumors that LaLa Anthony cheated on Carmelo Anthony with Brooklyn rapper Maino. Regardless of what really happened, LaLa’s mentions looked like a war zone.
This edition of Wired Tracks highlights two fresh releases from Detroit rapper Dej Loaf, who returns with two new songs for your listening pleasure.