2015 continues to be a fruitful year for rap music, free releases included. Tonight, French Montana and Fetty Wap will add their collaborative project, Coke Zoo, into the mix, from which we receive an early listen of the Diddy-assisted intro “First Time.”
The runaway success of Straight Outta Compton has made it cool for embodiment of everything the N.W.A stood for and revisiting the music as well.
Proud New York rap veteran DJ Kay Slay organized a call to arms with “NYC Shine,” featuring Sheek Louch, Joell Ortiz, and Sauce Money. But that’s to be accepted, as the Hot 97 DJ has been organizing posse cuts featuring hometown MCs.
DJ Kay Slay can rally up a list of New York City rappers at the drop of a hat. That was the formula on the “Keep Calm (Remix),” which features French Montana, Chinx, Styles P, Sheek Louch, Gooney and Miami’s Rico Love.
Who can say that they saw this coming? DJ Kay Slay returns with a big Hip-Hop moment in tow on a track title “Free Again,” featuring Fat Joe and 50 Cent.
Hip-Hop has matured into a melting pot with representatives from all over the world, but Styles P, Sheek Louch, and Vado remind folks where everything started at on “The Sound Of NYC.” This track is the first release from DJ Kay Slay‘s forthcoming mixtape The Last Champion.
DJ Kay Slay spans the country as he rounds up Rick Ross, Fabolous, Nelly, French Montana and T-Pain for the video, “About That Life.”
DJ Kay Slay is dropping yet another mixtape tomorrow and this one will feature the likes of Bun B, Busta Rhymes, DJ Paul and Gunplay.
The Drama King, DJ Kay Slay, keeps it real New York as he always does in this new record called “Salute Me.”
The editor in chief of Straight Stuntin Magazine grabs up two of New York’s finest and one of Memphis‘ for some “Violent Music.”
DJ Paul sounds hella angry on “I Can’t Take It,” and that’s not a bad thing. Taken from Paul’s A Person Of Interest album, the Three 6 Mafia founder uses the song to express vent about being fed up with “pu–y ni–as,” among other things, while a valet/struggle rapper drives around town in his whip.
Up and coming Philly MC Sosa has been building momentum since dropping his collaborative track with Joell Ortiz titled “Philly To the BX.” The 23 year old’s new found appeal granted him a recent appearance on DJ Kay Slay’s Streetsweeper Radio, where videographer Jay Wes captured the experience. During the interview, Sosa spoke on how CNN (Capone-N-Noreaga) were among […]
We will not slander the Drama King’s needs to rock a leather baseball jersey on his cover artwork. That said, Kay Slay drops his latest mixtape, The Return Of The Gatekeeper. The man also known as Dez (for you graffiti cats) still keeps a chunky artist contact list and the mixtape’s guests hail from multiple […]
The Drama King is back in the building as DJ Kay Slay gears up to drop his new mixtape, The Return Of The Gate Keeper. The latest release on this tape features some of New York’s finest along with the Human L.A. Riot. The editor of Straight Stuntin magazine grabs up Vado, Uncle Murder, Sauce Money and Gunplay for […]
It has been a decade since 50 Cent’s landmark mixtape, 50 Cent Is The Future, literally hit the streets. When people say a mixtape is hitting the streets in today’s day and age, they almost always mean “E-Streets” and “Internets.” Back in 2002 when Curtis Jackson was revolutionizing the mixtape game, he literally hit the […]
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