Yams Day united a bevy of rap’s most notable rising talent, and one week later, A$AP Rocky provides some more quality vibes via a handful of free releases.
Young Thug and Rich Quan’s collaborative relationship was thought to be a thing of the past, after the latter parted ways with Rich Gang. But here we have a new track from the duo titled “Color Purple.”
XXL released a fresh batch of Freshman freestyles over the course of this past week, following the previous pool of bars from Chance The Rapper, Vic Mensa, Rich Homie Quan, and others.
Jon Connor has always been one of Hip-Hop’s rawest lyricist, so let’s hope that the XXL Freshman look takes his career over the edge. The Aftermath spitter returns with a record titled “Take Off” to commemorate his big cover look.
This week’s edition of the The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week just happens to fall on Good Friday 2014 so you can expect nothing less than a great batch of visuals.
In anticipation of the final season of The Boondocks, fans receive original music on a new mixtape hosted by DJ Drama and Don Cannon. Released by Adult Swim, The Boondocks: Season 4 isn’t something Hip-Hop fans want to miss.
Following the Unconscious State project, Jon Connor returns with a surprise mixtape titled Best In The World.
Every rapper has a humble beginnings, but for Jon Connor, such is a way of life when you hail from not only one of the most poorest states in Michigan, as well as one of its more desolate areas of Flint.
For the debut of the BET Hip Hop Awards 2013 Tuesday (Oct. 15) night, fans were no doubt checking for the performances and the antics of host Snoop Lion aka Uncle Snoop. However, many fans around the world were tuned in for the “Cyphers,” featuring Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Mob, Slaughterhouse, Lil’ Kim, and others. Check out […]
Jon Connor has ensured a quality listening experience on his new album Unconscious State, which he’s currently streaming for free. Representing Flint, Mich., the sorely underrated lyricist packages his heart and soul in a whopping 22 tracks that cover every spectrum of emotion.
Among the few artists we can count on to spit rhymes for a greater purpose is chronically unsung Flint, Michigan native Jon Connor. With an ability to out rap most, he eloquently speaks on various issues plaguing the Black community on a new track aptly titled “Rise Up.”