Last night, J. Cole held a listening session in New York City for his sophomore album, Born Sinner. Unfortunately, someone took advantage of Cole’s eagerness to present his work and leaked the album online. Rather than rage against the machine, the Roc Nation rapper has made the album available via a full stream.
Many fans have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of Twelve Reasons to Die, the collaboration between Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah and producer Adrian Younge. Now, you can stream the entire project and check it out about a week before it’s proper release.
Christian rapper Lecrae’s highly anticipated new album, Gravity, is in stores today. For those who need further convinced about this MC’s rhyme talents, you can listen to a full stream of his new project down below. The Houston native has long been making moves in the rap game but gained even more secular acclaim this […]
It’s a safe bet that the rise to prominence of A$AP Rocky has jacked up the SEO friendliness of Aesop Rock. The latter, born Ian Matthias Bavitz, is a heralded underground MC that cam to fame as part of El-P’s Definite Jux enterprise in its heyday. After a five year or so hiatus, Aesop is back […]