Just because mumble rappers continue to flourish and get the bag doesn’t mean real MC’s are going to fall back and keep their mouths shut. As a matter of fact how would you like it if a few of them banded together to form a lyrical super group? That seems to be happening as some […]
People holding their breath for a Little Brother reunion can exhale, but only a little bit. Co-founder Phonte Coleman says that the odds of the group getting back together are greater than they were in the past.
Rick Ross is firing on all cylinders, and today releases a new track titled “Crocodile Python” from his upcoming album Black Market (due in stores Dec. 4).
Today’s Wired Tracks highlights two songs of polar opposite varieties: Jhené Aiko’s “In a World of My Own/Very Good Advice” and Migos’ “Pipe It Up (Remix).”
Pharoahe Monch has let ample time go between his last release, PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, for fans to demand more from the philosophical MC. On that treble note, Monch shrewdly develops a way to renew what is longstanding–sort of like love unions–with a special compilation mixtape for Valentine’s Day titled Lost in Translation.
Following today’s video round-up, Hip-Hop Wired keeps the music coming with a list of tracks we missed. Artists featured include Oddisee and Phonte, Rich The Kid, and more.
Less than 24 hours after consuming gluttonous amounts of grub among kinfolk, shoppers will trek out in the wee hours of Black Friday morning (November 28) to go on a buying spree. But what’s a shopping trip without a proper soundtrack?
Two-thirds’ of the Hip-Hop group Little Brother are all set to recognized for their contributions to the culture at North Carolina Central University’s second annual Forty Under Forty Awards Gala.
?uestlove’s attempt at brokering a Little Brother reunion was fruitless, but it’s not like Phonte has been sitting on the shelf. The MC and singer’s Foreign Exchange project with producer Nicolay drops a video for “Better,” featuring Eric Roberson & Shana Tucker, off their Love In Flying Colors album.
This real rap — real names and no gimmicks. Talib Kweli, Elzhi, and Phonte collaborated on a track aptly titled “No Competition.”
Over the weekend, Questlove of The Roots was involved in a brief Twitter scuffle with former Little Brother member Phonte. After Quest joked about Phonte rejoining with Rapper Big Pooh and 9th Wonder, the North Carolina rapper reacted strongly and even threw Solange Knowles under the bus.