Lil Wayne is dropping off the visuals for his Sorry 4 the Wait 2 mixtape opener “CoCo” as he is embarking upon a nationwide tour in support of the tape. Check out the arresting (no pun intended) visuals from Weezy after the jump.
- Audioposted March 19, 2015 / No Comments
Black Milk shall be embarking upon his tour to support his excellent If There’s a Hell album from 2014. But first, he is dropping off that heat to fuel his tour. This one’s “I Guess” and it goes! Check it out after the jump.
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Earl Sweatshirt’s sophomore album I Don’t Like Sh*t, I Don’t Go Outside is set to drop March 23rd. It contains ten brand new tracks and clocks in at around the 30 minute mark. It’s Earl’s first full length project since his 2013 debut album Doris. And Earl is sharing the first track from the album via some oddball visuals. Peep the video for “Grief” after the jump.
- Videosposted March 17, 2015 / No Comments
Here’s the prelude to the St. Laz X 730 album. More heat to come soon.
- Audioposted March 16, 2015 / No Comments
With “Correct,” “NY Raining” featuring Rita Ora, a 5 Fingers of Death freestyle on Sway, and an in depth interview on Hot 97 it looks like there’s no slowing down the return of one Charles Hamilton. And it doesn’t appear as though Hamilton wants to slow down as he drops off another new cut. “Headed to the Top” is an exclusive Hamilton sent to Rosenberg and now we’re all getting it, how nice! Check out “Headed to the Top” after the jump.
- Interviewsposted March 16, 2015 / No Comments
“I’m a petal from an iron rose/My kung-fu is the iron robe,” Vast Aire raps on “Iron Rose.” From his animated bars to Vordul Mega’s calculated, piercing lyrics, Can Ox proves the Iron Galaxy Clique is back and stronger than ever. As their new album, Blade of the Ronin, continues to spread like an iron eagle, Can Ox proves they can pick up where they left off with their critically-acclaimed debut Cold Vein, an album that continues to garner praise even fourteen years after its release date. While Vast Aire and Vordul Mega purused solo careers, it wasn’t enough for Can Ox fans. There’s something about that IGC chemistry. Sonically, it’s a new time and a new sound for Cannibal Ox. There’s no more spacy El-P-produced bangers like there was on Cold Vein. Instead, the duo enlisted producer Bill Cosmiq to handle the sounds on Blade of the Ronin, with the exception of Black Milk, who produced “Blade: The Art of Ox.” Before heading out to Chicago for a show, Vast Aire takes some time to chop it up with ProfileWild about coming back together with Vordul, why Can Ox is so beloved by fans and the praises only grow larger over time, reflect on Cold Vein, remember Camu Tao, what it’d be if he ran into El-P and Cage today, and drop a dope acapella that you should recognize to close out the interview.