The 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards, the networks annual celebration of all things Hip-Hop took place this past weekend, but we finally got to see the fruit of the network’s labor. The show, hosted by Lil Duval returned to its original home of Atlanta this year, and it was lit.
It’s Trap or Die 3 season for Jeezy, as he prepares his seventh studio album for a Friday (October 28) release. With three days to go until fans rejoice to an undoubtedly trap-savvy sound, the Snowman debuts “Bout That,” featuring Lil Wayne.
Sean “Diddy” Combs drops the video for “Auction,” one of the stronger cuts off his MMM project. Worth noting in the video is the “newish” appearance of Lil’ Kim, who is dramatically lighter complexioned and “hippier” (no photoshop this time) than when she first hit the scene as part of the Notorious B.I.G.’s Junior Mafia.
Never, ever forget how well Nicki Minaj can rhyme. But if anyone were to ever make that mistake, the Queens-bred MC will provide a reminder sooner or later.
During Thanksgiving 2015, the musical feast was as enjoyable as the tasty food plated and devoured amongst your family. A day later, the Internets receive a proper helping of audible leftovers, including Curren$y’s new gem “Superstar,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.
Lil Wayne is apparently in the business of making holidays even happier, seeing that he picked Thanksgiving 2015 to bless the world with No Ceilings 2, the follow-up to his most revered mixtape in years past. Backed with a guest list that includes Future, Curren$y, Yo Gotti, King Los and several Young Money stalwarts, Tunechi […]
Yasiin Bey may be a comedian but Mos Def the rapper is still claiming he exists and is very deadly on the mic.
Los Angeles rap veteran Glasses Malone continues to push his recently released track “Thuggin’,” which originally featured Kendrick Lamar, with a new lyric video for the remix, also donning a verse from Killer Mike.
Alessia, like many young artist, saw the Internet as vessel to get her voice heard. Now signed to Def Jam Records, the songstress drops a new track, “Here.”
King Los is a different breed of MC. If that somehow remains in question, see exhibit A–a video of the former Bad Boy artist rhyming off the top of the dome for 15 minutes alongside producer The Alchemist.
Baltimore isn’t known for producing MCs; meanwhile, rising artists from the city are experiencing upward mobility that could easily change that. That said, here’s a new track from Malik Ferraud called “Believe,” featuring King Los.