Cormega left nothing on the table, when critiquing the state of rap music on his Mega Philosophy track “Industry.” Today, he invites fellow veteran MCs Inspectah Deck, Roc Marciano, Sadat X and Lord Jamar to offer varying perspectives on the “Deluxe Remix.”
The status of Gunplay’s long-delayed Living Legend album is unclear, but the rapper returns with a new track called “Savages,” featuring Cormega.
The good folks at The Combat Jack Show are on a phenomenal run right now, and their reign continues with their episode, featuring guest Cormega. Representing Queensbridge, it’s the lyricist’s second appearance on the show, but this time comes on the heels of his Large Professor-produced Mega Philosophy‘s release.
Closing out the end of a five-day work frenzy is always a gratifying experience and so is knowing that The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week is present to commemorate the occasion.
It would behoove all Hip-Hop fans to pay attention to what Cormega’s been doing. As one of New York City’s most prolific, yet most underrated lyricists, the Queensbridge native returns with “MARS (Dream Team),” featuring AZ, Redman, and Styles P.
Revered MC Cormega isn’t one to hold his tongue on or off of wax. Today, he returns on the former format with a very clear message on “Rap Basquiat.”
A criminal past isn’t a necessary requirement to become a rapper, but if your image is one of tough talk and the like, it’s helpful when fans don’t doubt the sincerity. Since the beginning, there have been rappers from the hardest hoods to the plushest suburbs, but there are a few acts that appear to […]
Roc Marciano and Cormega are two kindred rhyme spirits. The former drops the video for his single “Ruff Town,” which features the Queensbridge rapper.
Last year, Roc Marciano dropped a superb album called Reloaded. Plenty of critical acclaim followed, but instead of gloating, the Long Island rapper just keeps creating more heat. Which means today we get a new joint called “Ruff Town,” featuring Cormega.
We got the song a couple month ago, and now the visual for Cormega’s Large Professor’s “M.A.R.S.” posse cut is here. The Extra P recruits a murderer’s row of MCs (Cormega, Action Bronson, Roc Marciano, Saigon) to help him smash Large Professor’s moody groove and popping drums. “Hip-Hop is something we came to occupy,” spits Saigon. Word. Originally […]
Cormega recruits Action Bronson, Roc Marciano and Saigon to drop mean bars over a Large Professor instrumental to create “MARS.” Roc Marci made clear that this isn’t a supergroup, just cats getting busy over a dope track. We’ll gladly take some more collabs from this murder’s row of MC’s, though. Listen below.
Ever since Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9”, Joell Ortiz and Crooked I decided that their respective careers would fare better as a Voltron-like unit, the concept of a “supergroup” has been taken to new heights. Although they weren’t the first band of solo artists to become a group (The Firm, The Four Horsemen, EMC), they […]
Cormega Raw Forever x Antisellout TV Cormega speaks about his new album Raw Forever and working with a live band.
Cormega Ft. Lil Fame & Baby Pun – “Get It In” Cormega enlists Lil Fame of M.O.P and Baby Pun to “Get It In.”
AZ Ft. Cormega – “Murda On The Daily” One half of the original Firm crew gets it in once again. New music from AZ featuring Cormega.
Cormega x Sony Red Press Event Recap [Video] Cormega held a press event at the Sony Red office to announce the release of his new single “I Made A Difference” [Haiti Benefit Song] featuring Lil Fame, [M.O.P] Stic man, [Dead Prez] General Steele, [Smif & Wesson] Redman and Maya Azucena. The song will be available […]
Cormega Ft. General Steele, Redman, Lil Fame, stic.man & Maya Azucena – “I Made a Difference” “I Made a Difference” is rapper Cormega’s attempt to assist in the Haiti relief efforts. The song will be available on iTunes and 100 percent of the proceeds are going to Sean Penn’s J/P HRO charity to help the […]
Cormega and Tragedy Khadifi spit some real game with Taj Mahal on the state of Hip-Hop, NY’s demise and reemergence, and being responsible with the gift of rhyme. “We [Blacks] got the wrong concept of hustling. Black people spend $600 billion dollars a year in disposable income. We spend so much money, but we don’t […]