Trademark Da Skydiver’s highly-anticipated studio album Return of the Super Villain drops tomorrow (Dec. 2nd) but before it hits stores nationwide Skydiver is giving fans a treat in streaming the entire 14-track project right now. Having already shared “Keep It 100″ and “The Return” Trademark Da Skydiver is letting his Return of the Super Villain project loose to the public, let’s just hope they’re ready for it. Return of the Super Villain features guest spots from Smoke DZA, Young Roddy, Fiend, Blizz and Street Wiz among others. Stream the full project after the jump and be sure to pre-order a copy via iTunes here.
- Videosposted November 30, 2014 / No Comments
True hardcore sh*t for your lazy Sunday afternoon right here. Detroit hip-hop links up for the “All Madden” music video, which has Phat Kat, Elzhi, and Guilty Simpson taking the fantasy world of say Grand Theft Auto into the real world. The visuals for Phat Kat’s “All Madden” has guns and violence as all three spit bars relating to brute force and animalistic savagery. For example, Elzhi goes in with this gem: “You can’t see me when I blackout even with night vision.” Damn! Peep the visuals for Phat Kat’s “All Madden” featuring Elzhi and Guilty Simpson after the jump. The cut is taken off of Kat’s Rededication to the Sucka album which is out now.
- Newsposted November 29, 2014 / 2 Comments
Hip-hop lost a talented, charismatic, and amazing voice yesterday in the untimely passing of J-Arch. #RebelArmz
- Videosposted November 29, 2014 / No Comments
Rae Sremmurd, the two youngins behind such hit songs as “No Flex Zone” and “No Type,” are giving ya’ll some new tunes for turkey day. The duo drop the visuals for “Illest Walking” produced by Honorable C Note. No flexing allowed, obviously. Peep the visuals for Rae Sremmurd’s “Illest Walking” after the jump.
- Audioposted November 28, 2014 / No Comments
The wait is finally over, Wu-Tang Clan’s first album in over seven years, A Better Tomorrow, is here. After teasing the album with singles like “Ruckus In B Minor,” “Necklace,” and “A Better Tomorrow” the Staten Island rap collective has made the entire album available for stream via YouTube. Take a listen through the album after the jump, which will be available for purchase beginning December 2.
- Audioposted November 27, 2014 / 1 Comment
After finally announcing the release of their highly-anticipated, long-gestating new album A Better Tomorrow back in early October, Wu-Tang Clan followed it up by dropping two new tracks within a span of a few weeks. Those two new cuts being “Ruckus In B Minor” (which they performed on Letterman last night) and the gritty “Necklace.” Now Clan is back in the front, sharing the title track. A Better Tomorrow will be released on December 1 via Warner Bros., Wu-Tang Clan’s new home. Listen to “A Better Tomorrow” after the jump.