Wiz Khalifa didn’t have a humble bone in his body the day he recorded his braggadocios new cut “King of Everything.”
French Montana feeds fans a new track called “Off The Rip” as he continues to prep his sophomore dish Mac & Cheese 4.
Skyzoo & Torae’s Barrel Brothers album is well on its way to being inducted into the collaborative album Hall of Fame. Until then, the two NYC rhyme heavyweights are going to continue to chip away at these shows and release videos to showcase their talents without bragging about it.
“How the f**k n****as talking about, they rep the city and their joint sound like ‘Walk it Out?'” Torae questions while inhaling the crisp Brooklyn air during the video for the record “Blue Yankee Fitted.”
Skyzoo and Torae have never shied away from their hometown pride. In fact, they embrace being proud New Yorkers in unison on a track titled “Blue Yankee Fitted.”
New York City and lyrical MCs remain synonymous. Though there’s less local MCs dominating in the mainstream than, say, 15 years ago, two of the best that Brooklyn has to offer in Skyzoo and Torae (together known as Barrel Brothers) have a new LP on the way.
Maffew Ragazino may or may not be your personal rap savior but he’s certain to preach from his lyrical pulpit no matter how much recognition he gets.
The rap game collectively tipped its hat to Jay Z, who turned 44-years-old yesterday. Brooklyn MC Skyzoo took it a level higher, though, as he delivers an EP called An Ode To Reasonable Doubt.
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.
Skyzoo returns with the third installment of his Penny Freestyle Series Pt. 2 with the Illmind-produced “A Fool’s Lullaby” — the beat comes from an 8thW1 song.
Brooklyn is definitely in the house. Shabaam Sahdeeq, member of the Polyrhythm Addicts, releases his video for the “The Come Back Kid,” the second single off of his forthcoming album Keepers Of The Lost Art.
Director Kareem Fort is a preparing a Hip-Hop documentary titled DEMOS: An Independent Artist’s Guide To Success that boasts a host of notable MCs detailing the grinds of the indie life. Expect an equally impressive line up on the soundtrack, from which we receive the first offering with “The Get Up” by The Barrel Brothers, better known […]