Psycho Les – The 730 Interview

Psycho Les - The 730 Interview

Psycho Les and The Beatnuts have been noticeably absent as of late. Without new music, fans have been forced to keep their ...

Showbiz – The 730 Interview

Showbiz - The 730 Interview

  Being an architect of one of the most revered eras in hip-hop comes with a price. Not only is every move scrutinized ...

O.C. – The 730 Interview

O.C. - The 730 Interview

From holding down the bulk of emceeing, along with partner in rhyme A.G., on his crew’s long-awaited new project, Studios, to a ...

 

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    Last year, veteran emcee Royce da 5’9” — holding down Detroit since ’99 — teamed up with venerable hip-hop producer DJ Premier to form PRhyme, and they’ve been on a tear since. That same year, they dropped their self-titled debut album, which housed single ”Courtesy” as well tracks ”U Looz”, ”PRhyme”, and ”You Should Know”. Looking to make the most out of the fourth quarter, the duo returns with a deluxe edition of their self-titled debut. And after highlighting the seven minute extended version of ”Mode” earlier in the week, Royce and Premo are sharing the full-length version of their ”Courtesy” video as well. In the video, the PRhyme brothers find themselves in dire circumstances: they’re stranded on the side of the road with a broken down car — nowhere to go. Naturally, their minds begin to wander: they imagining themselves living ”the good life” (driving an operational car, chilling on a boat, surrounded by beautiful women). However, one thing is for certain, and that’s Royce and Premo cannot forget about where they come from: nothing. Check out PRhyme’s visuals for ”Courtesy” — off of their self-titled debut album from last year — after the jump. Additionally, be on the lookout for the extended version of the album, due out sooner than later.

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  • New Music: Case Arnold – “Way Too Far” (A3C Volume 5)

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    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.

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    New Music: Jay Rock – “Easy Bake” feat. Kendrick Lamar

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    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.

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