- Audioposted September 22, 2015 / No Comments
We’re proud to share the third single from A3C Volume 5, which comes from rising Southern lyricist, Case Arnold. Hailing from Clarksville, Tennessee, Case Arnold is his state’s most promising new artist. Case puts his songwriting ability on full display over Michigan producer Eclipse’s laid-back instrumental on “Way Too Far.” On the track, the Tennessee native expresses is determination to overcome any challenge and his refusal to lose, no matter the circumstance. Case, who is currently putting the final touches on his next full-length project, just opened for Earl Sweatshirt on the Southern dates of his national tour. He is currently filming a music video for “Way Too Far.” The track will appear on iHipHop’s forthcoming A3C Volume 5, which you may pre-order via Bandcamp here. Check out Case Arnold’s “Way Too Far” after the jump.
- Audioposted August 27, 2015 / 1 Comment
Having already shared the title track and “Money Trees Deuce” from his forthcoming album 90059, Jay Rock returns with “Easy Bake” featuring fellow TDE alum Kendrick Lamar. The track was premiered on Shade 45 last night. Check out a radio rip below and be on the lookout for 90059.
- Newsposted August 24, 2015 / No Comments
Ron Browz is helping us out with the next cypher. Spit your hottest 16 bars over his beat, posted above and downloadable, and send us the two-track and the acapella, and if chosen by Browz and the WeGoinIN team, expect to hear your hot hellfire verse officially on the beat, along with other MCs who have earned that spot.
Here’s the nitty gritty:
1) Download the beat
2) Spit flames (16 bars)
3) Send the two track and acapella to email@example.com by September 25
4) Do this by September 25
5) Did we mention a September 25 deadline?
6) Look for the official cypher, produced by Ron Browz, to drop by the end of September.
- Interviewsposted August 24, 2015 / No Comments
Cole James Cash is a producer you should be checking for, whether it’s his intricate instrumental projects or how he has the ability to bring the gutterest of gutter bars out of MCs. Hailing from the Bay Area, Cole James Cash was originally into the EDM scene as a DJ before delving into the production game. As he made headway in the game, though, his addiction to prescription pills became so overpowering that Cole James Cash did a stint in rehab. Today, while fighting the urge to go back to that life, we find the talented producer focused on raising his family and his upcoming projects, the most recent of which will be Street Champion, an album inspired by the classic Street Fighter II. Check out Cole James Cash in this exclusive interview, as he details putting the album together, fighting his addiction, his production process, and much more.