Listen to Nehru’s first release after his Magic 19 project back in June. Stream the Grimm Doza-proudced track below entitled Fade.
A month after the release of his “Spectrum” video, Goldlink shared new loosie, “Fall in Love,” co-produced by Kaytranada and BADBADNOTGOOD. The groovy track also features a verse from fellow DMV rapper, Ciscero, who shows off his bouncy flow on top of the lively dance instrumental.
After the premiere of the song on August 26, Kaytranada hinted on Twitter that “Fall in Love” will not be his last collaborative track with Canadian music group BADBADNOTGOOD. The producer writes, “the whole universe ain’t ready for the future @badbadnotgood & kaytranada collabos.” The artists seem to be back in the studio already since their recent full-length projects — Kaytranada with his debut 99.9% album and BBNG with their IV project.
Via The Fader
Check out Artifacts’ 50-minute set at this year’s Hip Hop Kemp in Czech Republic. Peep the whole performance above.
CeeLo came through the Shade45 radio and did a little interview with Sway. Check the 12-minute interview out above.
Watch Drizzy’s performance of his song Still Here live in New York City as a part of his Summer Sixteen tour. The song is taken from Drake’s chart-topping album Views.
Check out Hopsin’s latest visuals to his single False Advertisement.
A classic from Trenton Hills’ finest emcee YZ off his debut album Sons Of The Father with nice video to it.
Produced by Anthony Hill and Tony Depula.
“Gibbs is a good friend and good brother. I know this brother will be found innocent of any charges placed on him and brought home to his beautiful family. Never believe the hype! This system and world is unjust and unfair at times, never forget that.”
When Freeway proclaims “The beast has awoken!” at the outset of his new Primates video, you know that it’s about to get live in these visuals. And sure enough, the Philly Freezer takes viewers on a rowdy tour of Amsterdam, and that includes a wild live show and plenty of mobbing in the streets and subways.
Produced by Big Ape
Directed by Ed Jansen