Snow Tha Product

To commemorate the one-year anniversary of his And After That, We Didn’t Talk LP, GoldLink delivers a sequel to “See I Miss,” featuring songstress Marsha Ambrosius.

The Game delivers a project to accompany his three-part A+E documentary titled Streets Of Compton.

It’s unapologetically a Compton thing on The Game’s latest track, “The Chronic,” featuring rising rappers AD and AV.

Anderson .Paak, one of the most enigmatic rising artists to impact music in some time, has finally delivered his long-promised album Malibu.

Curren$y offers listeners an audible delight with a New Orleans touch, as he debuts his new, leading single “Bottom of the Bottle,” featuring August Alsina and Lil Wayne.

French Montana embraces posse cuts like they’re kin to him. Especially records like the newly released single “Lose It,” featuring usual suspects Lil Wayne and Rick Ross.

Hip-Hop Wired and Snow Tha Product on Thursday (Oct. 23) took to Twitter for a much needed conversation that delved largely into who the up-and-comer is and what she’s all about.

Following her much talked about cypher at the 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards, Snow Tha Product drops her Ty Dolla $ign-assisted single, “1 Time.”

Snow Tha Product, born Claudia Feliciano, is at first glance cute, kind and presumably unassuming. But put her inside the booth and like something out of Marvel Comics, the 27-year-old morphs into a superhuman wordsmith with a lyrical sh*tstorm for the undertaking.

Hip-Hop fans and artists alike come in all shapes, colors, and ethnicities. Rap music has been uniting people from all walks of life for as long as we can remember.

The cyphers are among the most anticipated moments of the BET Hip-Hop Awards, and this year should be no different. Hip-Hop Wired spoke to one of its many 2014 participants, Snow Tha Product, about being a part of the cypher during her first year attending the awards show.

It wouldn’t have been shocking for HBO to recruit bands in the same vein of Godsmack or Avenged Sevenfold to represent their Game of Thrones inspired mixtape in the slightest.