G-Unit’s The Beast Is G-Unit EP is finally getting a release date after much delay and speculation. The 6-track EP will officially drop via iTunes on March 3rd and to celebrate the G-Unit crew is sharing “Boy Boy” off the forthcoming project. Featuring all of the core members (sans Lloyd Banks) “Boy Boy” finds the unit going bar for bar over some sick production courtesy of !llmind, Jake One and G-Koop. Listen after the jump.
- Interviewsposted February 27, 2015 / No Comments
Don Status, the title of Agallah’s latest mixtape, is redundant in a sense because it implies that Ag has reached a level that he’s been at for over a decade. For years, Agallah has been one of the best MC/producers in the game, crafting a unique sound both on the mic and behind the boards that is reminiscent of the mid-’90s, the era he came up in, but far from being stuck there. Agallah catches up with ProfileWild to talk about his latest project, showing love to up-and-coming artists, his production process, if he’d ever get back with Purple City, the making of “Crookie Monster,” what other voices he can do, and much more in a sense.in a classic interview for the ages. Stay tuned after the freestyle as Ag rocks a 730 beat for your listening pleasure.
- Audioposted February 26, 2015 / No Comments
Harlem’s Cannibal Ox will be releasing their highly-anticipated Blade of the Ronin March 3rd (you may preorder it via iTunes here) their first album in fourteen years! The duo of Vordul Mega and Vast Aire have already shared cuts “Blade: The Art of Ox” feat. Artifacts & U-God, “Harlem Knights,” and “Iron Rose” feat. DOOM. But now you may listen to the full album. That’s right, all nineteen tracks are available for free stream after the jump! And don’t forget about Cannibal Ox’ Blade of the Ronin album release party at Webster Hall with GZA, Freeway, and G-Jet. You don’t wanna miss out!
- Videosposted February 26, 2015 / No Comments
Nobi drops a remix to “Niggativity,” a song that will surely inspire conversation and reflection on race in America and our acknowledged and unacknowledged biases.
- Videosposted February 25, 2015 / No Comments
“Sophisticated Thoughts,” “Simple Minds,” “Disney Kids.” Those are just a few cuts Queens rapper Julian Stephen has delivered as of late. And we here at iHipHop believe if you haven’t yet gotten yourself acquainted with him click on those hyperlinks and do so! Because 2015 is looking to be Julian Stephens’ year to prove his worth to the industry as he drops off the visuals for “Get It Together,” a short but somber effort akin to Chicago’s psychedelic superstar Chance The Rapper. With “Get It Together” Julian showcases his witty yet positive lyricism all with his head firmly on his shoulders. If your New Year’s resolution is to be a better person but can’t seem to find any positive reinforcement then Julian is here for ya. Check out Julian Stephen’s “Get It Together” after the jump!
- Interviewsposted February 25, 2015 / No Comments
“I rap for lifers and felons,” Nutso proclaims on “Unda Ground,” the intro to his latest EP, Divided Souls, completed with DJ Pain 1 and his Divided Souls production team. But Nutso’s lyrics transcend and boxes one may try to place them in. Perhaps Nutso’s most important gift as an MC is his ability to describe the beautiful struggle while never slacking on a bar. While the Queens product has dropped a slew of quality EPs over the past few years, he’s also stayed busy working with and showing love to the next generation of MCs on the rise. With a winner-take-all mentality and the quality music to back him up, Nutso shows why he’s one of the most consistent and gifted MCs coming out of the NYC. In this exclusive interview, we talk about Divided Souls, finding success as an indie artist, his new album with Domingo titled Red Sunday, working with legends like Kool G. Rap, and much more. Stay tuned after the interview as Nutso drops an exclusive acapella and survives a round of questions served via the Random Question Generator (if you want to know what homie’s last dream was, here’s your chance).