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.”
While 2015 promises a bunch of prominent rap releases, there’s also a list of newcomers to look out for. Three of our favorites–Wara From The NBHD, Tunji Ige, and GrandeMarshall–connect on a new track called “Moving.”
Of the newcomers that have piqued our interests, fewer than a handful delivered a story as captivating as the one heard on Wara From The NBHD’s new album, Kidnapped.
Yesterday, Wara From the NBHD was slated to release his Kidnapped mixtape, but after a change of plans, the body of work doesn’t release until August 12. Fortunately for fans, the up and comer compensated for the delay by delivering a new cut called “Raw,” featuring Fool’s Gold rapper GrandeMarshall.
GrandeMarshall returns representing Fool’s Gold and Philly’s bubbling Hip-Hop scene on his new track, “Girls [Still Got] Rhythm,” from his upcoming LP My Brother’s Keeper.
Following the release of “Red Light, Green Light” and the overall success of the “Day of the Dead” music series, Flatbush Zombies are set to invade their native Brooklyn during an upcoming Converse Rubber Tracks Live show.
A new culture of MC is brewing in Philly, and at the forefront of this new wave of talent is recent Fools Gold signee GrandeMarshall. Just shy of 20 years old, the young MC/producer displays bars that span beyond his years on “Boathouse Row,” featuring fellow Philadelphian and frequent collaborator Asaad. Check out both rappers […]
“AK-47. The very best there is. When you absolutely, positively got to kill every motherf***er in the room, accept no substitutes,” as quoted by Samuel L. Jackson’s character Ordell Robbie, plays intro on a new track by buzzing MC Asaad, aptly titled “AK47.” But in this case, the killing occurs in a less literal sense […]