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.
As September draws to a close we experience more and more hints that Fall is near. Regardless, there are still some constants that we can count on: There were a gang of excellent Rap/Hip-Hop albums that dropped and Hip-Hop Wired will let you know what they are.
Tanya Morgan drops video for “Never Too Much,” featuring Nitty Scott, MC, from their forthcoming new album, Rubber Souls.
Leave it to Tanya Morgan to return with a fresh track for folks to groove to. Their latest release, “Pick It Up,” dons toe-tapping production from 6th Sense, who produced the duo’s entire forthcoming Rubber Souls album.
To commemorate Notre Dame’s run to the BCS National Championship, adidas partnered with DJ Mick Boogie to recreate the infamous Fighting Irish anthem, “Victory March,” with a Hip-Hop spin. nVMe (pronounced “envy me”) Productions and Mick Boogie chopped up the fight song’s horn section, and layered it with hard hitting drums and hi-hats that give the historical song a refreshing feel. Donwill of […]
Hip-Hop outfit Tanya Morgan released new material in their You & What Army EP this year, but fans continued to yearn for more fresh tunes. Group member Von Pea answered the Internets pleas by dropping a new solo track for his birthday, titled “Things Have Changed,” that details how things have changed but have somehow remained the same. And yes, […]
Nas’ Life Is Good and Frank Ocean’s channel ORANGE aren’t the only dope albums out today. The physical version of version of Tanya Morgan’s previously digital only You & What Army EP is in stores right now and here is the project’s latest video for “Whatever That’s Mine.” Brian Petchers directs this clip that sees Donwill and […]
Tanya Morgan comes from the school of thought that believes suspect MC’s should have their microphones confiscated. That sounds fair enough. Donwill and Von Pea drop a visual for “Borrow That (Boogie’s Revenge).” The version seen and heard here features a potent sixteen bars from the former (it’s produced by the latter) over some punishing […]
This dropped a couple of weeks ago but but it nevertheless deserves some shine. Tanya Morgan released a video for “Rock The Bells,” featuring Aeon, off their You & What Army EP that is out now. The Brooklyn duo (Von Pea & Donwill) spit rhymes and kick it with their Lessondary crew on the roof […]