What a day for music. From Chance The Rapper’s gospel-inspired Coloring Book to ScHoolboy Q’s new Kanye West-assisted single to Post Malone’s August 26 mixtape, the Internets have been spoiled with new material for their earholes.
At this point in her career, everyone should know that K. Michelle is not to be trifled with. She can take it, dish it, flip it–however you want to go.
A pair of public defenders from the Bronx Defenders organization recently appeared in a cop-killing rap video featuring rappers Uncle Murda and Maino. The defenders have since resigned from their posts after an investigation by the city went public last week.
Better late than never is the motto, as Uncle Murda returns with a visual for “Rap Up.”
Members of the Bronx Defenders, a group of taxpayer-funded public defenders that work in the New York borough, were featured in a rap video that advocated the killing of NYPD officers. The NYC Department of Investigation announced news Thursday of the video from Brooklyn’s Uncle Murda and Maino for the track “Hands Up.”
The 2014 Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week entries are almost exhausted but there is still plenty of engaging motion pictures being made for your enjoyment.
Following the grand jury decisions in the cases of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, Uncle Murda and Maino take to the streets to debut the visual for their collaboration “Hands Up.”
Old school and new school Brooklyn connect on this new track from mashed out veterans M.O.P. Aptly titled “Back Block,” the menacing cut features East New York’s own Uncle Murda.
There’s an argument that says New York City is currently irrelevant in Hip-Hop, but Tony Yayo begs to differ. Alongside Uncle Murda and Joell Ortiz, the G-Unit rapper speaks highly of his city on “New York.”
Known for his very violent approach to Rap music, Uncle Murda has always been a wild card. He spoke on his trials and tribulations as Hip-Hop’s bad guy with The Breakfast Club.
All publicity is good publicity, right? We sure hope so, as former Roc-A-Fella rapper and East New York native Uncle Murda was recently spotted in a local pawn shop commercial.
Uncle Murda (aka UM) admitted that he has ample material ready for release and it looks like he finally has the ball rolling. With that, we receive a visual for his hometown anthem, “New York City,” featuring Waka Flocka Flame and Vado.