The Christian aid group that the gang kidnapped is comprised of 16 Americans and one Canadian, including five children, according to still developing reports.
Producer Honorable C-Note delivers a heater titled “7 Days,” featuring two of Atlanta’s finest 2 Chainz and Peewee Longway.
2015 was a great time to be a rap artist from the UK, as fans stateside gained a newfound appreciation for the Grime sound and how rising MCs from across the pond approach emceeing. Representing her country and ridiculously talented women spitters, Little Simz closes her already stellar year by releasing a surprise EP titled Age 101: Drop X.
Run The Jewels treats fans to the Just Blaze-produced remix of “Oh My Darling Don’t Cry.”
“Knicks,” a personal favorite from Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s collaborative Piñata LP, receives a proper remix today (October 20). Premiered by Pitchfork, the track features Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$ and Ransom.
DJ Kay Slay calls on fellow New York rappers Papoose, Vado and Ransom to lay down bars in his newest track titled, “Real Hip Hop.”
Ransom found himself on the wrong side of a Nicki Minaj tongue lashing. However, the New Jersey rapper claims that he never implied that he wrote the YMCMB Barbie’s rhymes and all added that her reaction to such claims was disrespectful.
This is a situation where a phone call, or even an e-mail, would have made this slander avoidable. Last night, Nicki Minaj went off on New Jersey rapper Ransom when she was told that he insinuated he used to be her ghostwriter. However, Ransom denies he ever made such claims.
With the Internet advancing faster than ever, many Hip-Hop acts have adapted a new marketing plan when it comes to their music; give it away for free. A chosen few have been able to flip this scheme, and their fan bases into viable recording careers, others have failed miserably.
Bizzy Crook is back again after last leaving off with his record, “Worked Out For Me.” Crook, who made a lot of noise after a Demi Lovato feature last year, kind of fell back for a minute but now he is back and more focused on getting it in by putting out some quality music. […]
Everybody’s got to start somewhere and for Bizzy Crook, that starts from the ground up. This up and coming MC, who was best known for “This Is Me,” sampling Demi Lovato, gets his feet off the ground with this new joint called “Worked Out For Me.” This video chronicles the young upstart as he performs […]