Monthly Archives: August 2012
Deep Concepts Media drops its 2nd video from the Opportunity Knox vol 1 EP due out 8/31/2012. Underground Rocks features UG (of the Cella Dwellas) and Rockness (of Heltah Skeltah) over a DJ Supa Dave banger!!!! The Opportunity Knox vol 1 EP features more new music from Joell Ortiz, The kid Daytona, Homeboy Sandman & more.
In between sets during the Rock The Bells tour, Immortal breaks down his perspective on a few issues the culture has been dealing with of late. Among other things, he looks at the larger picture when it comes to the now generation in hip hop and the power they possess over the masses of youth worldwide.
You know the story behind the song. Now just hit play and see the visuals.
Yesterday marked the day since the historic site closed its doors forever and the Brown Bag Allstars takes a stroll down memory lane. Seeing old footage of Fat Beats puts a smile on my face as i used to make weekly trips out there for new vinyl. Enjoy!
If you’ve been sleeping under a rock and don’t know about Mr MFN eXquire well now here’s your chance. Here he takes 50’s Position of Power and flips it. We at Rapper’s Delite are fans of videos shot at strip clubs so why not? The video is extremely NSFW so viewers beware.
Earlier this year the duo from Queens released their EP Brugal & Presidentes which was one of my favorite releases of 2012. Since then, they’ve been working on their LP Rock-It Science which is scheduled for a fall release and it seems they’re going all out with guest appearances from Action Bronson, Large Professor, Roc Marciano and more. If you like your hip hop with that New York sound, then this is for you.
Raekwon, Danny Brown, Gunplay and more join the A$AP Mob on their debut street player. Keep reading for the tracklist and download link. Read the rest of this entry
Remember when mixtape DJ’s actually blended records together? One record would “mix” with another record as the DJ matched the two beats without disturbing the listeners groove. As a disc spinner you had to know your music. Is the abundance of new music today a valid excuse for sloppy mixtapes? We think not. Philly’s Jazzy Jeff show’s ’em how it’s done with his new release showcasing a bit of some old with a little bit of new. Feeling this?