Monthly Archives: August 2011

Raekwon breaks down the making of Verbal Intercourse

The Chef takes a moment to describe how Nas became involved with the Only Built 4 Cuban Linx project.  The Shao-lin/Queensbridge collaboration marked the first guest appearance on a Wu-Tang album by a non-Wu affiliate.

Bronze Nazareth ft. Masta Killa & Inspectah Deck- “The Road”

Producer, emcee and Wu-Tang affiliate, Bronze Nazareth links up with Masta Killa and Inspectah Deck for a lyrical ride.  Read the rest of this entry

Common freestyles at Rock the Bells

At the San Manuel Amphitheater in Los Angeles, California, Common catches some inspiration and engages in some improvisation.

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A Salute to Hip Hop

On a steamy, Sunday afternoon, hundreds of New Yorkers gathered at the SummerStage in Central Park to witness the fine art of performance rap and relive the evolution of Hip Hop culture.  Read the rest of this entry

To go or not to go

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or position of Rapper’s Delite.

Words by Shadowbox

A friend of mines posted on FB that he was giving away two ticketz to the Kreayshawn concert.  The show was startin in five hours and it was happenin in NYC.  The last time some ole last minute joints came from out the blu, the Beastie Boys were in town.  Read the rest of this entry

Grafh ft. Joe Budden & Shalone “It’s Just Music”

Grafh unites with Joe Budden to exchange clever punchlines over a sinister organ-laced track. 

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Jay-Z & Kanye West- “Otis”

For the first single from Watch the Throne, Jay and Kanye show a lighter side and take the custom modified Maybach on a wild ride.

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Common feat. Nas- “Ghetto Dreams”

Over a busy No I.D. track and black and white Matt Alonzo visual , Common and Nas depict notions of their hood princess. 

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A Tribe Called Quest join Nas in NYC

Nas, performing at NYC’s Ace Hotel, catches a surprise when DJ Green Lantern introduces The Abstract, who then proceeds to bring Phife and Jarobi on stage to perform some of their classics. 

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Styles P- “It’s Okay” feat. Jadakiss

Pinero and Jada hang out at the juice bar and trade verses over new sonics from off of Styles’ upcoming album, Master of Ceremonies. 

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