Troy Ave’s Major Without a Deal is set to drop in the coming months and he’s sharing its latest cut “Real N*gga.” The song follows “Doo Doo,” a track where Troy went sing-songy. This one, however, is for the streets. No doubt about it. Listen after the jump.
- Audioposted April 17, 2015 / No Comments
It looks as if Jadakiss is taking notes from his LOX compadre Styles P and even Brooklyn’s Fabolous for his latest freestyle “Where I’m From.” Jadakiss has linked up with The Breakfast Club’s DJ Envy for a weekly freestyle session. Here Jada goes over Jay Z’s classic “Where I’m From” cut. Listen after the jump.
- Videosposted April 16, 2015 / No Comments
Jay Z’s “Glory” (a tribute to his daughter Blue Ivy Carter) was penned back in 2012 and now with his Tidal streaming service Jay is making the visuals exclusive to users only. As of right now, unless you’ve got a subscription to Tidal, you cannot watch the video. However, we’re sure in a few minutes it’ll be available online for your viewing pleasure. Check out the visuals to “Glory” after the jump.
- Audioposted April 15, 2015 / No Comments
Jaden Smith a.k.a. the son of actor Will Smith a.k.a. the Young God is blessing us this beautiful Wednesday afternoon with some new heat in “Offering.” Jaden has been on a roll with his music especially with the run he went on late last year. He dropped so much bombs on us it was beginning to get hard to keep up with it all. Here he’s sharing “Offering.” Check it out after the jump. And check out past Jaden Smith tracks we’ve posted here: “Trophy,” “Fast,” “Melancholy,” and “Blue Ocean.”
- Audioposted April 14, 2015 / No Comments
Drake’s mixtape/album If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late (read our review of the album here) is getting a physical release on April 21st and with it arriving in stores Drizzy is sharing a new track that’ll only appear on the aforementioned physical version. “My Side” (along with “How Bout Now”) are the two bonus tracks. You can stream “My Side” for free after the jump.
- Interviewsposted April 13, 2015 / No Comments
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.