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.
Philadelphia-bred songstress Jill Scott returns from a self-imposed hiatus with a visual for a soulful song called “You Don’t Know,” the focus of Hip-Hop Wired’s Daily Visuals.
Those in the know have been bumping Apollo Brown’s Thirty Eight LP since it release in April. Today, one of its standout instrumentals, “Shotguns In Hell,” gets extra life courtesy of rap veteran Roc Marciano.
May has come to a close leaving us with the prospect of a hot summer looming over the horizon. Suddenly, we’re now halfway through showcasing the top underground Hip-Hop releases of 2013 and UOENO it.
Hello good readers, we’ve finally reached the end of April. It’s already sundress & cargo shorts season and Rap indie albums are beginning to drop more frequently than NBA players with season ending injuries. The drawback to having so many different digital avenues available and so many indie labels releasing quality music is it becomes […]
Little to the knowledge of some, Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge‘s well received collaborative LP Twelve Reasons To Die had an alternate version entirely produced by Mello Music Group’s own Apollo Brown. Titled Twelve Reasons To Die: The Brown Tape, the project was initially thought to be exclusively released on cassette via Record Store Day.
Thoroughly respected Detroit Hip-Hop artists Guilty Simpson and Apollo Brown will be dropping a joint album called Dice Game. Today, the MC and producer tandem, respectively, release the first single from the aforementioned project titled “Truth Be Told.”