While the rap game continues to become more about the glitz and glamor that come with the fame, there are still a few artists who represent the gutter and gullyness Hip-Hop was founded on.
While Kanye West and, well, Kanye West has been steadily churning out new projects this summer, Young Thug’s been quietly putting out new work as well. Not nearly as much but he been grinding.
Wiz Khalifa’s been going hard as of late dropping new clips on the regular and today keeps his weekly streak going. This time around the Pittsburgh representative takes his talents to the supermarket for the Lil Skies assisted visual to “Fr Fr,” where the two roam the isles of the market burning on the chronic […]
For the past two decades and change Cypress Hill’s been burning down spliffs and mics alike and it seems like they’re still toking on that next level cheeba that got them creating next level sounds. In their visuals to “Crazy” the locos from Los Angeles once again go on a psychedelic trip after partaking in […]
Just when it seemed like the drama between Tekashi 6ix9ine and YG was just about dead, the LA rapper decided to throw some gas on the fire to close out the summer.
While the world waits to see if Eminem conjures up the spirit of Slim Shady and responds to darts from Machine Gun Kelly, Ja Rule and maybe even Lupe Fiasco, he’s taking his time recording visuals for his true blue fans to enjoy.
Meek Mill’s been home for a few months now and while his fans patiently await some new work from the Philadelphia hustler, today they get a trey bag’s worth of goods to hold them over until he comes through with that weight.
It seems like Future and Young Thug are so attached at the hip that they’re even doing guest appearances together.
Earlier this summer Dave East dropped some heat in his Karma 2 mixtape and though we’re on the cusp of Fall, East is done keeping the streets hot. Coming through with some visuals for “I Don’t Understand,” the Harlem rapper gets his acting on for a minute and has his crew back down a rival […]
French Montana’s been laying low for a hot minute now but he keeps his name ringing bells by appearing in the most unexpected places.
Since bustin’ into the game with “Don’t Run” Casanova’s been on his chest pounding thug sh*t but today it seems like the Brooklyn rapper is finally dropping something that relates his name.
Before Cardi B and Tekashi 6ix9ine took a chokehold on the New York rap scene with their colorful personalities, Young M.A was steadily building her brand by reminding everyone that the city that never sleeps was keeping it as gully as ever.