Last week, Black communities were reminded for the umpteenth time that racial injustice of a deadly variety, at the hands of police no less, is always a tangible reality. Of course, Hip-Hop provides a voice to the voiceless in these moment, and its commentary couldn’t be better timed and more needed.

Miguel joins artists like Jay Z, Beyoncé, and Chris Brown in speaking out against the recent string of Black deaths at the hand of police on a song titled “How Many.”

Chris Brown makes due on his promise to debut “Grass Ain’t Greener,” the lead single from his upcoming album Heartbreak On A Full Moon.

It’s a remarkable sight to see a rap artist thrive for years on end, solely in the independent circuit.

Monday night (Oct. 26), Chance The Rapper premiered his new single “Angels,” featuring Saba, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Skeme’s pen game has long been certified fresh but the ferocity of the Cali MC’s mic skills should not be overlooked, either. To ensure that doesn’t happen, The Duke has rolled out Ingleworld 2 to bring fans into his own backyard of ghetto utopia, for better or worse.

Iggy Azalea’s rise to pop superstardom, and subsequent addition to rap’s most hated list were sparked by her catchy breakout single “Fancy.” Now, the very same song is said to be ghostwritten.

Today’s edition of Wired Tracks highlight a newly released Big K.R.I.T. called “B4SXSW.”

Strange Music co-founder Tech N9ne is back with a heater called “Hood Go Crazy,” featuring 2 Chainz and B.o.B, from his upcoming Special Effects.

The Game has blazed each of the leaks from his upcoming Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf album. This trend continues on “Hit Em Hard,” which features Freddie Gibbs, Bobby Shmurda, and Skeme.

After taking fans back to his “After School” days, rapper Dom Kennedy debuts a visual for his Skeme-assisted track “If It Don’t Make Money.”

Skeme closed out 2013 with his Ingleworld album, but he’s not in the business of resting easy for long. The West Coast wordsmith returns with his new single, “Look What I Did,” featuring T.I.