Jimmy challenges hip-hop lover Daniel Radcliffe to rap Blackalicious’ tongue-twisting “Alphabet Aerobics.”
Philly 360° went behind the scenes with DJ Jazzy Jeff and his new hip-hop artist Dayne Jordan. Check out our exclusive interview for details on Jordan’s upcoming project and Jeff’s thoughts on the Philly cheesesteak.
After much delay, the long-awaited Wu-Tang Clan album, A Better Tomorrow, is finally on its way, and we’re excited to bring you the official artwork for the album this afternoon. The project, which arrives on December 2, features all the original members of the group, minus Old Dirty Bastard of course (though the album does include a few unreleased verses from ODB), for the first time in over two decades. For the cover, which you can view above, the group decided to go with a GIF that brings sunshine over the skyline of a combination of metropolitan areas like New York City, Los Angeles, Paris, and more.
Digga goes in over the “6 Deep” beat from !llmind’s recent !lluminati instrumental project.
Trinidadian-born Brooklyn rapper Theophilus London is set to release his sophomore album Vibes next week which is executive produced by none other than Kanye West. The star rapper also appears as a guest on track number 4 Can’t Stop which definitely has a ‘Ye feel to it. You can listen to that song plus the rest of the genre bending album if you hit continue reading.
Today ZOO YORK officially welcomes Gavin Nolan to the family with this ultra smooth, high tech clip featuring an original track by DJ Premier. Born and raised in Boston, now living in Brooklyn, Gavin furthers ZOO YORK’s long legacy of East Coast rippers.
Black Milk is celebrating the release of his fifth album, If There’s A Hell Below, today with an introspective new video for his track, “What It’s Worth.
Mobb Deep’s Havoc is currently readying his upcoming album, 13 Reloaded, for a November release date, and today, he delivers the first single and video from the project with “Dirt Call.”