Production collective J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League delivered an album titled J.U.S.T.I.C.E. For All, featuring “Empire,” an intro track from Rick Ross and Drake.
After reminding us that Ohio was one of the best works of art last year earlier this week, Stalley has stepped into 2015 with his new EP, The Laughing Introvert.
This Friday, August 14, history will be made when Straight Outta Compton, the story of the iconic gangsta rap group N.W.A, hits theaters. Simply put, without the defiant poetry of Ice Cube; the pioneering production of Dr. Dre and DJ Yella, unapologetic lyricism from MC Ren; and the hood fabulousness of Eazy-E, Hip-Hop culture would […]
Stalley delivers a visual for his smooth Ohio cut “Chevelle,” featuring frequent collaborator Rashad.
Per usual, a bevy of rap visuals from the likes of Mike Will Made-It to Flying Lotus released between yesterday and today. And because Hip-Hop Wired loves you, we decided to package them all here for your enjoyment.
Hip-Hop Wired is back again with the latest installment of Games Rappers Play. Following conversations with Audio Push and ScHoolboy Q, yours truly sits down with Stalley to discuss his major label debut, Ohio, which released on October 27.
If you have read Stalley’s timeline within the past week or so, then you know his studio debut Ohio is garnering all sorts of critical claim.
All the top cinematography needs have been met with this latest edition of The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week. You are guaranteed to be thoroughly entertained for more than an hour.
Stalley returns with a visual for “Always Into Something,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign, from his upcoming Ohio album.
New York City rap fans amassed at vintage car hub Cooper’s Classic Collections in the West Village–a fitting space for Stalley to host an advanced listening of his debut album Ohio.
Well, that was quick. MMG’s Rick Ross and Stalley deliver a visual for “Everything A Dope Boy Ever Wanted,” a freebie track to promote the latter’s major label debut, Ohio.