Terrace Martin

Producer and musician Terrace Martin has let it be known that he's not working "with any more rap friends", citing the lack of reciprocity for his projects as he's waived fees for production with a number of artists. The artist expressed these feelings in an open letter he shared through his social media accounts.

As MC Shan once said, “They used to do it out in the park.” It is no longer done just in the park anymore though—the sound that was birthed in the Bronx, which many expected to have a shorter shelf life than milk, has become a global juggernaut, in cahoots with huge companies out to show […]

It’s officially A$AP Ferg season, with his long-awaited debut album Always Strive And Prosper arriving on April 22.

As promised, Flatbush Zombies deliver their long-awaited debut album 3001: A Laced Odyssey.

With his saxophone and production skills in tow, Terrace Martin’s musical acumen has aided a list of artists from Snoop Dogg to Kendrick Lamar to YG to Travi$ Scott. Like his collaborative work, his solo material is not to be slept on.

Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright,” one of 16 tracks to appear on his critically acclaimed, Grammy-nominated sophomore effort, To Pimp A Butterfly, receives a jazzy remix courtesy of Terrace Martin, a key figure in crafting the album’s jazz-influenced sound.

Kendrick Lamar’s masterful sophomore album To Pimp A Butterfly is just 45 days old. As listeners continue to unpack the jewels in his heavy commentary, Revolt TV tells the story of the project’s sound in a documentary titled Out the Cocoon.

The past seven days or so have provided us massive visual entertainment opportunities and The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week has been planted in the ground once again for the proper recap.

Terrace Martin’s forthcoming 3ChordFold Pulse album ranks a lot higher on my anticipated albums list after hearing Snoop Dogg cackle over Tone Trezure’s buttery smooth vocals on the leading single “Let’s Go Get Stoned.” Today, the producer unveiled the official artwork and tracklist for the follow-up to his 2013 release.

Snoop Dogg is a Hip-Hop legend, but he’s tried his hands at all sorts of music. Nearly a year after he embodied the Rastafarian lifestyle as Snoop Lion, the West Coast MC treads the line between the Blues and Gospel on “Let’s Go Get Stoned.”

Sad news coming from out of the DPGC camp. Snoop Dogg’s Uncle Junebug has passed away at the age of the 70. He was undoubtedly the superstar rapper’s biggest his biggest roll dog.

August is already 3/4ths of the way through and before you know it t shirt and cargo shorts weather will yield to pants and pullovers weather again (Unless Kendrick Lamar can stop the seasons from changing, that is…). Before that happens, we here at Hip-Hop Wired have 20 indie & underground Hip-Hop albums from this […]