Rappers can’t do anything simple nowadays, including the reveal of their album release dates. Big Sean drops a short video that announces when fans will be able to purchase his long delayed yet highly anticipated sophomore album, Finally Famous.
Wild, prolific, and unpredictable are all fitting terms for snaggle-toothed MC Danny Brown. And this was before a recent encounter with a fan at a Minnesota show. With a highly anticipated album, titled Old, in the works, the Detroit rapper sat with Clash to discuss the project’s title, misinterpretations of the meaning behind 2011’s XXX, and more
June 18 promises to be a great day for Hip-Hop, but to be truthful, the project we cannot wait to hear releases a week later from Killer Mike and El-P. Operating under the ill moniker Run The Jewels, the pair are releasing a self-titled project via Fool’s Gold.
Redman‘s classic third album, Muddy Waters, dropped way back in 1996. The New Jersey rapper has revealed that said album’s sequel, Muddy Waters 2, will be out later this year.
Pusha T isn’t the only Thornton brother staking a musical claim in the summer of 2013. No Malice (formerly Malice) of the Clipse has revealed more details about his Hear Ye Him solo debut, including a July release date.