Snoop Dogg fans can rejoice, as the legend debuts his COOLAID album a few days ahead of its July 1 release.
Lupe Fiasco Drops “CONVERSATIONS #1” & “Meditations On A New Diasporic Mythology Complex” | Wired Tracks 4.18.16
Late last week, Lupe Fiasco announced a few changes in the plans for the three albums–DROGAS, DROGAS light*, and his final album SKULLS–he will release this year. Now he whets fans appetites with “CONVERSATIONS #1” and a follow up titled “Meditations On a New Diasporic Mythology Complex.”
Hopsin is fed up with the state of Hip-Hop and he’s prepared to put his money where his mouth is.
Rick Ross digs into the stage and returns with a visual for “Quintessential” from his 2014 album Hood Billionaire.
Rick Ross revisits 2014’s Hood Billionaire with his new clip for “Phone Tap.”
2 Chainz is back to his fire starting ways and returns with a visual for “Trap House Stalkin” from the T.R.U. Jack City compilation mixtape.
Rising Atlanta artist Raury returns bearing a thoughtful clip for “PSA (Seven Suns)” from his breakout 2014 project Indigo Child.
Bay Area rapper IamSu! debuts a psychedelic visual for “Stop Signs” from his 2014 album Sincerely Yours.
Brace yourselves for bars on a new, collaborative project from the minds of 2013 XXL Freshman Dizzy Wright and Nas’ newly signed Mass Appeal artist Bishop Nehru. Titled BrILLiant Youth, the three-song EP is presented by LRG and produced by 9th Wonder.
It’s hard to believe that this edition of The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos of the Week marks the last one of April. Where is the time going? With the increasing load of video content picking up as artists all battle for summer radio dominance, it makes easy to get fixated on trying […]
If you’re looking for Dizzy Wright these days, you can catch him puffing a blunt while overseeing the employees at his very own car wash. Where as most business owners have stringent rules that prohibit their workers from actually have fun on the job, the Funk Volume all-star is actually very liberal with his staff’s […]
Ever since Puff Daddy dubbed himself to be the game’s one and only “Big Homie,” he’s been looking to spread love amongst the culture’s future leaders. The multiple-nicknamed mogul made sure to do it in a major way at the Flagship Store of Los Angeles’ Popular Demand hub located in Hollywood’s street fashion nucleus of […]