It’s been weeks since the Hip-Hop world lost one of its brightest stars with the tragic passing of Juice WRLD, as a gift to the late rapper’s fans, DJ from across the pond Charlie Sloth shared an unreleased Fire In The Booth freestyle featuring the artist.
Star Hip-Hop artists Chance the Rapper and Lil B have won over audiences in the most unorthodox of manners, so a collaboration was all but inevitable. Instead of a random guest appearance however, Chicago has met California halfway for a new project simply titled, Free mixtape.
A video of Shia LaBeouf dropping some freestyle raps recently when viral. However, it turns out some of the known plagiarizer and actor’s lines were bitten wholesale from a rap group called Anomolies and their song called “Perfectionist.”
Malia Obama’s favorite rapper, Joey Bada$$, was out in Los Angeles today (March 9) by way of Brooklyn as he checked in with Power 106’s new morning segment, The Cruz Show.
Fabolous raps about “getting this money,” other such rapper trappings on “Will Smith (Sway Freestyle).”
All these new videos have been cool, but it’s the freestyles that have gotten fans excited about G-Unit. Case in point, 50 Cent and his rhyme team brutalize Snoop Dogg’s classic “Pump Pump” instrumental.
Rappers come and go but it’s the ones that are truely dedicated to their craft that can’t stay away for too long. Kansas native, XV has put in major work with his street album release schedule yet he was noticeably absent for much of 2013.
Tim Westwood went in the vault to unearth some classic footage of Kanye West freestyling on his show back in 2005. The video shows the Louis Vuitton Don rapping off the top of the dome for a well over 10 minutes. He briefly spits a few recognizable lines from Late Registration, which gives the inclination that […]
Can you ever lose with vintage Jay-Z footage? In this newly released video, Hova is seen rocking “Coming Of Age,” and a Phat Farm hoodie, at the Country Club in NYC, way back in 1995.
Sometime this past Saturday night (October 27th) at Gabrielle Union’s 40th birthday party, Will Smith again was the Fresh Prince. With Doug E. Fresh on the beatbox, the actor, rapper and reporter slapper kicked a freestyle before going on to perform his hit “Summertime” and the theme from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
If you have DirectTV, this might get you through their current deliberations. Back when BET’s focus was musical based programming, and coinciding with the rise of their flagship program 106 And Park, there was Rap City: Tha Basement. During the late 90s and the mid 2000s, Tha Basement was the one and only place to be to see exclusive rapper interviews, […]