UK’s Grime scene is finally getting traction on this side of the pond. Among the artist on frontline of the Grime movement is veteran wordsmith Skepta, whose long-awaited album, Konnichiwa, will finally release on May 6.
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).
Run The Jewels treats fans to the Just Blaze-produced remix of “Oh My Darling Don’t Cry.”
Thanks to the exploits of Jadakiss and Style P, their LOX co-d Sheek Louch doesn’t get the props he deserves. Nevertheless, the Yonkers native adds another hard body verse to the discography and brings along Pusha T to the lyrical workout on “Bang Bang.”
This edition of Wired Tracks highlights two adversely different, but albeit dope songs: YG, Blanco, and DB’s “G Thang,” featuring Fiend, and Money Making Jam Boys’ (Black Thought, STS and Truck North) “Mad Men Jam Boys.”
While speaking exclusively with Hip-Hop Wired, Sheek Louch foreshadowed a bevy of major projects that he and his LOX partners in rhyme were planning to drop. Now confirmed is the sequel to he and Ghostface Killah’s 2012 collab album Wu-Block.
After Twitter viciously joked about porn star Pinky’s weight gain over the weekend, Hip-Hop Wired had a chance to speak with veteran rap trio, The LOX, about the matter.
Proud New York rap veteran DJ Kay Slay organized a call to arms with “NYC Shine,” featuring Sheek Louch, Joell Ortiz, and Sauce Money. But that’s to be accepted, as the Hot 97 DJ has been organizing posse cuts featuring hometown MCs.
DJ Kay Slay can rally up a list of New York City rappers at the drop of a hat. That was the formula on the “Keep Calm (Remix),” which features French Montana, Chinx, Styles P, Sheek Louch, Gooney and Miami’s Rico Love.
Following their sit down with Hot 97, The LOX hit the stage at Webster Hall in New York City at their The Trinity EP release party. But the veteran trio were not alone, as they invited a list of notable hometown MCs to rock the crowd with them.
Day Two of the 2013 A3C Hip Hop Festival was the place to be Thursday (Oct 3) as some of Hip-Hop’s best and brightest took over Atlanta for another night. Hip-HopWired caught shots of Ghostface Killah, Jean Grae, Pharoahe Monch, Tanya Morgan, The Combat Jack Show with guest 2 Chainz along with many more.
The LOX return as a unit with a few freestyle on Drake’s Nothing Was The Same closer “Pound Cake” in tow. Of course, Styles P, Jadakiss, and Sheek Louch had to put their spin on the tune, which is newly titled “Hood Cake.”
Hip-Hop has matured into a melting pot with representatives from all over the world, but Styles P, Sheek Louch, and Vado remind folks where everything started at on “The Sound Of NYC.” This track is the first release from DJ Kay Slay‘s forthcoming mixtape The Last Champion.
Styles P celebrated the release of his new solo album Float, entirely produced by Scram Jones, at BB Kings in New York City. The Yonkers native could have easily taken the party to someone’s VIP section, be he instead took the stage at the legendary venue to perform a bevy of tracks, both old and […]