Dam-Funk

Four months ago, Danny Brown’s whereabouts were unknown. Now he’s back and delivering new music at rapid speeds as he gears up to release his long-awaited Atrocity Exhibition album on Sept. 30.

Representing Brownsville, Brooklyn, Ka returns with a gift in tow. Particularly his fourth studio album Honor Killed the Samurai.

Today, Nipsey Hussle gives listeners a master class on a prominent inquiry in Los Angeles gang culture: “Where you from?” Of course, the lesson is packaged into a song titled “Question #1,” featuring Long Beach legend Snoop Dogg.

Producer Streetrunner opened the archives to some of his past work with rapper Lil Wayne much to the delight of fans.

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.

The Internets have a way of blessing rap fans with audio gems. In recent days, an alternate version of Kendrick Lamar’s contribution to Funkadelic’s Aint That Funkin Kinda Hard On You remix album released.

Fans who enjoy where Ab-Soul took it on These Days… will love the newly released album leftover “House of Sin.”

Chris Brown is giving his overseas fans extra incentive to purchase his latest LP, Royalty, by including the Royalty International EP, featuring five bonus tracks.

Wale is the frontrunner in today’s Wired Tracks, which highlights his take on Diddy’s sadly slept on single “Finna Get Loose.”

You never know when Snoop Dogg’s record-spinning alter ego, DJ Snoopadelic will show up. The latest sighting was for a great cause, witnessed at his joint venture with Happy Socks during their Winter 2014 event that benefitted Snoop’s Youth Football League (SYFL).

Leave it up to Snoog Dogg to drop a stone cold player’s anthem like “Do My Thang.” Yesterday, the legendary MC debuted a visual for the synth-heavy track from he and Dam Funk’s 2013 project, 7 Days of Funk.

The 7 Days of Funk train is officially here and it’s tearing roofs off buildings and flashing lights like a disco.