A-Trak has made quite a name for himself as a DJ, producer, and owner of the eclectic Fool’s Gold recording label. REVOLT has made the Canadian star the focus of its latest episode of Global Spin Presents: Respect The DJ, which airs Wednesday (Sep. 28) night.
With the help of Nas as an executive producer, Netflix promises that their forthcoming series The Get Down will be an authentic depiction of Hip-Hop’s inception in The Bronx during the late 70s. Today, Miguel’s contribution to the soundtrack arrives on the Internets.
DJ A-Trak‘s annual party just released the line up for one of summer’s favorite events.
New age purveyor of funk music Dam-Funk debuts “Believer,” an original composition that will appear on his upcoming contribution to DJ-Kicks mix series.
Today’s edition of Hip-Hop Wired’s Daily Visuals highlights a new clip from A-Trak and Lex Luger’s “Who Wanna Play,” featuring Que.
Fashawn will debut his long-awaited sophomore album, The Ecology, in a week. Before then, he unleashes a new audible jewel called “Out The Trunk,” featuring Busta Rhymes.
No matter what holiday you celebrate in December, if you’re a fan of Hip-Hop, Wale and A-Trak have brought together the gift that keeps on giving with free music on the Festivus mixtape.
Wale and his obsession with all things Seinfeld has been long documented, including a nod to the show gracing his upcoming The Album About Nothing release for 2015. The D.C. wordsmith gives yet another nod to the classic sitcom after announcing a new mixtape titled Festivus.
At one time, word of an official Cam’ron and Just Blaze collaboration could only come from a seasoned troll, but a little time and maturity apparently works wonders. Today, the former Roc-A-Fella affiliates connected in the visual for “Dipsh*ts” alongside A-Trak and Juelz Santana.
Outside of a collab EP with Cam’ron, Fool’s Gold Records founder, A-Trak, is working on a separate body of work with Lex Luger. Together the production duo form Low Pros and they return today with a new record titled “Muscle.”