There is nothing like a great comeback story. With a hit record vying the charts, appearances on primetime television such as Ellen, you can say Michael “Mystikal” Tyler is experiencing one.
Although they were never known for their tremendous record sales, Pusha T and No Malice, the brothers collectively known as the Clipse remain one of Hip-Hop’s favorite duos of all-time.
Whenever The Neptunes are brought up these days, it’s Pharrell who steals the spotlight and all the camera time. Not saying that hasn’t always been the case but Chad Hugo has become more reclusive as his more visible partner’s stock has risen.
Pusha T delivered on his promise to lock in the studio for 20 days with The Neptunes at the top of this year. And just in case you thought he was blowing steam, the MC offered up some photographic evidence, so you know it’s real.
Beat jacking might just be rap’s not-so-secret epidemic. Yesterday, producer Major Seven accused K.E. On the Track of stealing the beat for “The Devil Is A Lie” (pretty ironic, given the title).
Most agree that Pusha T dropped a gem in his solo debut, My Name Is My Name, but he’s already on to the next. Last night, one half of the Clipse revealed plans to begin recording his next album, King Push, at the top of the new year.
Mike Posner and Pharrell Williams have a history of quality collaborations, so their latest drop “I.D.G.A.F.” should come as no surprise. A snippet of the song floated around the Internets earlier this year, but a full version has surfaced in recent days.
In Hip-Hop, chemistry between a producer and a rapper is one of the most important things that a you can have.
After debuting the artwork, T.I. comes through the audio for “Hello,” featuring Cee Lo Green, the next single from his forthcoming album, Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head. The Kang over Neptunes production? Yes, please.
Any artist would probably jump at the chance to work with Pharrell Williams, and Mac Miller has been lucky enough to not only work on a song with the Neptune, but to release an entire album. Having just praised him as being able to do “everything,” Mac tells Hip-Hop Wired that musically, the Virginia native […]
PDS gets their hands on a new freestyle from Ralph Folarin as he takes on The Neptunes and The Clipse’s “I’m Good.” Get a listen and download after the jump.
You know, on paper you would think this would be an automatic heat rock. That’s all I can say about this song really. The highly anticipated collaboration between Usher and A$AP Rocky produced by The Neptunes is here, so get a listen to “Hot Thing” below. Make sure you check Hip-Hop Wired’s interview with That Pretty […]
Usher and Pharrell bring the funk on this Neptunes produced joint called “Twisted.” The track is set to appear on Ursher‘s Looking 4 Myself, which releases June 12. Check after the jump to download and hear Usher on some of that Neptunes’ magic.
If you haven’t heard of Buddy yet, he’s a kid out of Compton, California who has been taken under the wing of Pharrell Williams. Originally discovered by Scott Vener of Entourage fame, Buddy’s newest project Idle Time is set to feature this Neptunes-produced track featuring Kendrick Lamar. Take a listen to “Staircases” after the break.