Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark “I Know, Didn’t I” (featuring Darondo) from the album Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark
Street date Sept. 9th
New record from Jim Jones titled ‘Last Night’ featuring Jadakiss which is off his new project “We Own The Night Pt. II” dropping soon.
Kontra? Kontra čega?… Lažne alternative?… Kontra vrijednosti, društvenog inžinjeringa? Koga? Svakako, kod nas postoji kultura nekulture, a da li postoji kult koji će nas spasiti od masovne hipnoze? Lana Stanišić Vam donosi intervju sedmice.
Madchild premieres a new visual off his upcoming “Switched On” EP. Directed by Ryan Lindow.
“Out of the Loop” is produced by Fafu and appears on Timeless Truth’s Dominican Diner EP.
The powerful G-Unit crew invaded HOT 97 studios on Wednesday with visits to Ebro in the Morning and The Funkmaster Flex Show.
Sitting down with Ebro, Peter Rosenberg, and Laura Stylez, the group spoke for 35-minutes on the various reasons that led to their past break-up, why past artists on the label such as The Game and Olivia weren’t invited back, Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Ni**a” vs. Lloyd Banks’ “Jackpot,” 50′s rift with Floyd Mayweather, their new EP and its follow-up coming in October, tour plans, the success of 50′ Starz network show Power, and much more.
Your Old Droog took the stage at NYC’s Webster Hall last night, ending months of speculation about his identity. Droog, who released his first EP in June, set the Internet aflame due to his strikingly similar rhyme style to that of one Nasir Jones. That fire was fueled by his choice of samples that reference certain Nas classics, as well as a number of references to people, places and things of the 90′s era, all of which were before the 24-year old Droog would have come of age. Droog took the stage with a dramatic flair, rhyming several bars before appearing. When he did reveal himself, he was definitively and emphatically not Nas. What he turned out to be is a skilled MC with a sizable sense of humor and a healthy respect for Hip-Hop from both the 90′s and the 00′s.
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On this VERY SPECIAL EPISODE of Noisey’s ‘Back & Forth’ interview series, Zen masters Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin discuss the early days of Def Jam, which is celebrating it’s 30th Anniversary this year. In this clip, they talk about trying to capture the vibe of the clubs on early Rap records, the conception of LL Cool J’s “Radio” single and how he might be the only person who ever ghostwrote for RUN D.M.C.