Anytime we can get a joint project with Wiz Khalifa, Smoke DZA, and Big K.R.I.T., we are in luck. The ten-song project Full Court Press links three of the most influential blog era artists with one goal: Making melodic music for the spring.
The talented Harlem rapper discusses his latest project 'A Closed Mouth Don't Get Fed' and how his collaboration with Tallahassee Pain came about.
While he entered the game as a strict connoisseur of fine Ralph Lauren threading Smoke DZA has emerged as one of the drippiest New York MC’s. He discussed his passion for fashion in a new interview.
Fans of Smoke DZA know that the R.F.C. Music Group honcho has a ton of music and keeps feeding the streets with new releases, and now he’s reconnected with Pete Rock and one of Hip-Hop’s top buzzing acts. George Kush linked up with Black Soprano Family’s Benny The Butcher with the Mt. Vernon legend on […]
From “Yamborghini High” to “Runner” to “Telephone Calls,” A$AP Mob have ensured that their highly anticipated Cozy Tapes Vol. 1: Friends project would feature nothing but heat. Now, fans can be the judge.
Quiet as kept, Smoke DZA released a career-defining concept album with Dream.ZONE.Achieve at the top of April.
More often than not, rap music and drugs go hand in hand. For one reason or another, marijuana in particular, seems to be the choice high for many of our favorite MCs.
Last night, the greatest event in sports entertainment, better known as Wrestlemania XXX, invaded television sets across to the world. To mark the annual occasion, rapper Smoke DZA and production team 183rd debuted the Ringside 2 EP for your listening pleasure.
It’s the first day of April, yet Hip-Hop fans have already received some quality albums to kick off the year properly. Today, Smoke DZA enters his name into the pool of potential fan favorites with the Dream.ZONE.Achieve LP.
Smoke DZA’s Dream.ZONE.Achieve releases in just a few hours, but that didn’t stop the New Yorker from debuting one final track called “Fhvt BVsturd,” featuring Joey Bada$$.
We see what Smoke DZA did here. To name a track “Ghost Of Dipset” is one thing, but for it to actually feature Cam’ron infers that the spirit of the Harlem collective is ever present.
Harlem’s own Smoke DZA is coming for blood on his upcoming Dream.ZONE.Achieve LP. Previous releases from the project infer that he’s taken his talents to levels unforeseen by fans and that remains consistent on a CJ Fly-assisted song titled “ZONE.”