New York City: The Album may be in the conversation for best project of the year. As it continues to circulate the Internets, its creator, Troy Ave, blessed listeners with a new track called “Do It.”

The Game was in a collaborative space while creating his Jesus Piece album. We’re reminded of this by a throwaway track that recently surfaced called “Last Supper.”

Kid Ink is all about giving back to fans that support his movement. To commemorate receiving one million on Facebook, the West Coast native liberated a new track called “Fired Up,” featuring Styles P.

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.”

Kendrick Lamar‘s “Control” verse managed to cause Styles P to threaten Joe Budden with the fade. Nevertheless, the New Jersey rapper went ahead and dropped (actually, it may have been released without his permission) a proper response, titled “Lost Control (Freestyle),” to K. Dot’s sound bombing over the well discussed and debated Big Sean record’s instrumental—”for Hip-Hop,” of course.

You can’t buy the publicity Kendrick Lamar is getting right now – even the greatest NBA coach of all time Phil Jackson is sending tweets his way. After shaking up the game with his feature verse on Big Sean’s “Control (HOF),” the Rap community has gotten either defensive, inspired, emotional or a bit of all […]

A criminal past isn’t a necessary requirement to become a rapper, but if your image is one of tough talk and the like, it’s helpful when fans don’t doubt the sincerity. Since the beginning, there have been rappers from the hardest hoods to the plushest suburbs, but there are a few acts that appear to […]

New York breeds lyricists. Some just happen to be from outside of the five infamous boroughs. One is the incomparable Emilio Rojas, who returns today with a full stream of his new album No Shame… No Regrets.

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.

Emilio Rojas returns with the first offering from his No Shame, No Regrets project, “Lean On ‘Em.” The track was produced by !llmind and features worthy lyricists IamSu!, Styles P and Troy Ave.

Rashad may not be a household name just yet, but he’s doing everything in his power to make that a reality. The crooner captures that grind on a track, titled “The Life,“ that’s unconventional by R&B standards, but is an accurate depiction of treading the road to success. Styles P is featured on the cut, and adds […]

The Drama King, DJ Kay Slay, keeps it real New York as he always does in this new record called “Salute Me.”