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.

Vado makes a classic Phil Collins track his own on “In The Air.” As expected, the We The Best Music Group rapper spits street savvy bars about the Harlem streets that raised him. Luckily, listeners are spared DJ Khaled’s amped theatrics this time around.

Vado hit the ground running after signing to DJ Khaled’s We The Best Music Group, and has already dropped a few tracks featuring label mate Ace Hood. The latest piece of new material we heard was “Gangster,” a Heatmakerz-produced record featuring the two aforementioned rappers and fellow WTBMG signee Mavado.

Recent We The Best signee Vado makes his presence felt on a new reggae-inspired track, titled “Gangsta,” featuring label mates Mavado and Ace Hood. As glossy as his new Miami label may be, the Harlem MC keeps this one street oriented like the streets that raised him.

DJ Khaled’s latest We The Best Music Group signee Vado releases some cinematic visuals for Slime Flu 3 track, “Right Now.” In the shots, the feds try their damnedest to get the Harlemite to squeal, but he implores a “Made men ain’t supposed to make statements” logic.

Rumors of Vado signing with DJ Khaled’s We The Best record label were finally confirmed, and as a New Yorker, it was only right for him to commemorate his newly formed deal on Hot 97 with Funkmaster Flex.

Vado just dropped a Valentine’s Day dedicated EP called V-Day. Yes, today is February 15. 

Vado took a trip to Clear Channel to kick it with DJ Envy, Charlemagne The God and his Vado’s ex-girl Angela Yee on The Breakfast Club. 

Vado is back on the scene with a brand new effort called Slime Flu 3 after being granted his freedom from Interscope Records.

Harlem’s own Vado is getting ready to drop his latest mixtape, Slime Flu 3, and this new joint is one of the records you can expect to hear from the UN’s own.

Just a couple of years ago, Vado was one of the hottest rappers in the game. But after landing a record deal with Interscope Records in 2011, the Harlem rapper’s once deafening buzz got real quiet. The “Speakin’ Tungs” rapper recently revealed that he wasn’t dropped from Interscope and plans to reignite his stalled career […]

The editor in chief of Straight Stuntin Magazine grabs up two of New York’s finest and one of Memphis‘ for some “Violent Music.”