Monthly Archives: September 2014
Social media has become a staple in many of our lives in good and bad ways. Saigon and DJ Premier give their take by poking fun at all the daily rumors. GSNT 3: The Troubled Times of Brian Carenard is scheduled for release tomorrow.
One of the most consistent groups in the game come through again on their version of Dej Loaf’s “Try Me”. This is a warm up before the scheduled 2nd Sermon later next month. Read the rest of this entry
What Would Soul Do? Go left with some country sounds of course. Speaking in third person, Ab tells us the answer in support of his These Days…album and 26 tour dates. Read the rest of this entry
Dynamics Plus builds a new mic to rip in his new visual. This latest single can be found on his Rocket Science album.
Who remembers this one? Back when Loud Records was the go-to Hip Hop label, “So Good” became the theme song for the Hoodlum film starring Laurence Fishburne and Tim Roth.
We weren’t expecting this collaboration. Gunplay and Cormega trade verses over a classical loop hooked up by Hazardis Soundz. Read the rest of this entry
Filmmaker Kenneth Price has documented Patrick Douthit aka 9th Wonder’s role as a fellow in the Hip Hop Archive at Harvard University. The film chronicles 9th’s lectures and research projects at Harvard’s W.E.B. Dubois Institute. For more info visit, http://www.pricefilms.com
Grafh releases new sights and sounds for his upcoming ’88 Crack Era’ mixtape. DJ Ted Smooth flips the classic track of Nas’ and Preemo’s “N.Y. State of Mind” to pay homage to 90’s, golden era Hip Hop.
Kendrick Lamar lets loose the first single from his upcoming album. Producer Rahki samples The Isley Brothers’ “Who’s That Lady” for this one. Read the rest of this entry