After a long time DFD is back with a new track entitled Safe and visuals for it. Check out the music video above. Wax has a cameo in the video also.
In recent years a new generation of hip hop artists has emerged in South Africa, who are taking it back to the roots and celebrating the many cultures that surrounded them growing up in the townships. They are reshaping the sense of identity of South Africa’s youth and expressing what it means to be born free.
Straight from Jersey our good friend Redman joins Sway in the Morning with DJ Jayceeoh to speak on their new group 1,000 Volts after meeting in Croatia.
A very nice ‘n smooth ’93 beat and track from Canada crew named the Rascalz with a cool video on top of it. Really Livin’ is off their debut album titled Really Livin’ released in ’92.
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Detroit’s grittiest producer, Apollo Brown, is back with blue collar rhyme writers Red Pill (Detroit) & Verbal Kent (Chicago). The new story lays bare the kind of truth that makes art great. Pill dives into family that left him behind while Verbal digs into forgiving the man who tried to kill him, the ex who tried to kill herself, and the friend who broke in.
Kim Taylor Bennett:
“Last month I talked to Prince’s first manager, Owen Husney. He was the man that discovered Prince when he was just a teenager living in a basement in Minneapolis, the man who brokered Prince’s first record deal, and who helped him assemble the players in his band. Husney was there during the lengthy recording of Prince’s debut album For You, standing behind him when the headstrong 18-year-old told the label he wanted to be the sole producer, despite his lack of experience. Prince played everything…
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Hova jumps on the remix for Fat Joe’s hit single All The Way Up alongside Remy Ma and French Montana. Listen to this fire below.
Curren$y Spitta released his latest track called Supply & Demand. His new project The Legend Of Harvard Blue will arrive soon.
NOSS produkcija danas ponosno i ekskluzivno predstavlja prvu epizodu sa hrvatskim sneakerheadsom Devom koji ujedno i probija led. On je collector kratko vrijeme, ali se toliko „navukao“ da je već uspio skupiti zavidan broj tenisica. Cilj ove i budućih video projekcija je predstaviti tu scenu i potaknuti na akciju sve one koji vole tenisice. Nadamo se da ćete uživati slušajući što Deva ima za reći, kako je sve krenulo, koji su mu modeli najdraži, koje bi volio imati i na koje računa do kraja godine. Možete misliti kako je bilo kad smo došli kod njega i kada je počeo preslagivati više od stotinu pari tenisica!
Chance The Rapper and Zane Lowe talk about working with Kanye, the music business, Chicago love, and more.