Monthly Archives: December 2013

Young Chris – “Wingohocking Tales” (Video)

From off his latest EP Vital Signs, Chris leaves out the hook and tells a tale from the block.

New Tunes: Drake – “Trophies”


Blow the horns.  Drizzy and Hit-Boy end the year off with the release of this triumphant-sounding new joint.

The Alchemist ft. Action Bronson & Roc Marciano – “Pool Hall Hustler”


New slick wordplay over grooves from ALC’s new joint.

Centri – “Baldo Banton Theme Song” (Animation Video)

Animators GOODIDEA and rap vocalist Centri team up to bring you a new theme song and animation video.  The YouTube gangster Jamaican cartoon series is titled “The Adventures of Baldo Banton.”  It takes place in Kingston, Jamaica during the 1970’s where Baldo Banton faces adversity while building up his rep.  You feeling this?  Keep reading to download the entire song.  Read the rest of this entry

Fabolous – ‘The Soul Tape 3’ (Mixtape)


Before dropping his Loso’s Way 2 album Faboulous releases his last soul tape.  This tape includes features from Jadakiss, Meek Mill, Jeezy and more.  Keep reading for the tracklist and download link.  Read the rest of this entry

New Tunes: Lupe Fiasco – “Piru Blues”


Here’s a previously unreleased track from Lupe’s Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1 LP.

Troy Ave – White Christmas 2 (Mixtape)

WhiteChristmas2RDOn the eve before Christmas, Troy Ave and DJ Drama bring you their latest Gangsta Grillz offering.  This tape features appearances from Lloyd Banks, Styles P, Uncle Murda and more.  Keep reading for the tracklist and download link.  Read the rest of this entry

Run The Jewels – “A Christmas F**king Miracle” (Video)

Killer Mike and El-P ring in the holidays with some raw, new sights and sounds.

Marco Polo ft. Invincible – “Drunken Sleuth”


This one is off of Polo’s PA 2: The Director’s Cut.

Invincible says: “Drunken Sleuth” was written as a way to creatively call out the many forces conspiring to profit from land grabs, gentrification, displacement, voter disenfranchisement, and political corruption in Detroit.”

Kendrick Lamar – “Sing About Me Pt. 1” (Video)

When the lights shut off, an artist’s dream is that their work will stand the test of time. The ones that influence our culture are the ones we most remember. Here, two powerful creative forces come together to elevate the status quo and lay ground to their legacy. This is their poetry. Sing about them. This is part one.