The Prince George's County, Md. native is part of a trio of acts who will perform at different locales around New York City.
It’s April 20th, and like on this day each year, many people are sitting comfortably in a cloud of smoke as they celebrate their love for marijuana. That includes some of rap’s favorites, a list of whom debuted music to accompany the joyous occasion.
In today’s Wired Tracks, Hip-Hop Wired highlights two fresh releases from a few of the West Coast’s finest MCs.
After hearing of Phife Dawg’s passing, Mac Miller released a timely song as a homage to the legendary A Tribe Called Quest MC titled “5 Foot Assassin: Larry Fisherman Tribute.”
Jhené Aiko returns with a thoughtful video for “Eternal Sunshine,” the highlighted tune in this batch of Daily Visuals.
After five years of waiting, fans finally receive Diamond District’s March On Washington album, the follow-up to their critically acclaimed 2009 release In The Ruff.
Every festival has its rain year. It’s inevitable, but how the inclement weather affects the day speaks volumes to how the powers that be can acclimate to the unforeseen conditions. Considering that, we’d say that the Trillectro Music Festival in Washington D.C. has a very promising future.
In the ever-growing arena of Hip-Hop, more and more rappers are taking advantage of the World Wide Web to breakthrough into the game. If you’re blind to what’s hot, we’re here to direct you to the tracks that’ll melt your eardrums.
“While You Were Sleeping” exists purely to showcase quality indie and underground Hip-Hop/Rap releases that are regularly overlooked, under promoted or downright ignored by most supposed “Rap” or “Hip-Hop” sites.
Queens lyricist Homeboy Sandman delivers new visuals for his First of a Living Breed tune “Whatchu Want From Me,” during which the MC slings raps while arguing with a not-so-significant other, working a food cart and cutting hair. Washington DC producer Oddisee created the track, on which the New York City MC quiets a female who has the […]