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  • HHG World Premiere – Agallah feat. Ras Kass – Rolling Stoned

    Agallah - Agalito's Way Cover

    “This is the story of my life that I put down from all my trials and tribulations I had, living life, being in this rap game and making sense of what reality has dealt me,” Agallah says when speaking of his fourth solo album Agalito’s Way. “And more or less, just making sure that I get back to my star power and let people understand and know that I was built for this music game. No matter what’s going on in this genre, I’m still something to be reckoned with.”

    Featuring Ag’s signature production along with appearances from Big Daddy Kane, Ras Kass, Prodigy, Chino XL, Sean Price, Rock, Termanology, and longtime collaborator Ike Eyes all make guest appearances on Agalito’s Way.

    “Whatever they want to label my career, Agalito’s Way shows that I still got dope music and that I’m still representing to the fullest.” Agailto’s Way drops May 5 through Empire Distribution. Agallah and Ras Kass are currently booking dates for a joint tour.

  • St. Laz – The ProfileWild Interview + 730 Exclusive

    St. Laz - The ProfileWild Interview

    Few artists embody New York hip-hop the way St. Laz does. From the care in each verse down to the syllable to the impressive catalogue he’s released over the years, Laz’s place in hip-hop is cemented like the Brownsville sidewalks he came up on. From putting together his Pottersfield crew to working with artists like Jadakiss, Jim Jones, and DJ Kay Slay, Laz has not only gotten the listens and views, but he’s crafted a sound that translates both the pain and the hope of the come up. Taking some time to talk about his origins in the game, his PF team, why he can’t stop making music, and much more, Laz drops some gems in this exclusive interview while dropping an exclusive 730 cut at the end.

  • UnLearn the World – I Am Awake (Documentary)

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    UnLearn has the potential to move mountains with his music. Dropping heat for well over a decade, UnLearn has proven that he’s a voice that not only has a place in the game but is sorely needed. Check out his documentary to learn more about who UnLearn is.

  • D-Black – Father Forgive Me

    Here’s another dope visual from D-Black’s Tunnel Vision.

  • Aye Wun X Incredible Cutts – Analog Bogies

    Aye Wun is quickly becoming one of my favorite MCs on the come-up, and here’s another reason why.

  • Cashmere – So Much Pain

    Another dope Cashmere and DJ B.Original collaboration off Cash’s long-awaited album Ready to Live.

    Also, in case you missed it, here’s Cashmere’s “16 Bars of Death”: