In today’s Wired Tracks, Hip-Hop Wired highlights two fresh releases from a few of the West Coast’s finest MCs.
Jhené Aiko returns with a thoughtful video for “Eternal Sunshine,” the highlighted tune in this batch of Daily Visuals.
After delivering one of the more criminally slept on albums of the year in March On Washington, Diamond District return with a visual for “A Part Of It All.”
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.
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 […]
Homeboy Sandman may be unfamiliar to you if you get all your music from the local mainstream Hip-Hop station, but the Queens MC has been putting in work for a long minute. The UPenn grad is dropping a new album called First Of A Living Breed and here is its latest single, “Watchu Want From […]