Armageddon – The ProfileWild Interview

Armageddon - The ProfileWild Interview

Fat Joe always referred to Armageddon as the most loyal member of the Terror Squad clique, a high honor at the time, ...

Domingo feat. M.O.P and GP100 – We Put It Down (Cuts by DJ Cazz)

Domingo feat. M.O.P and GP100 - We Put It Down (Cuts by DJ Cazz)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ee3-WLpFxdQ Check out this new single off Domingo's Same Game New Rules compilation, dropping next week. Domingo sent me the advance on the ...

Anthony Cruz (aka A-Butta) of Natural Elements – The ProfileWild Interview

Anthony Cruz (aka A-Butta) of Natural Elements - The ProfileWild Interview

Natural Elements is practically a secret society in hip-hop circles in 2014. Back in the day, though, the crew of A-Butta (now ...

 

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    Prodigy, Alchemist & Mac Miller – Toca Tuesday Freestyle

     

    Shot last week, Prodigy, Mac Miller and Alchemist take over Tony Touch’s show.

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    Statik Selektah feat. Joell Ortiz – Bring ‘Em Up Dead (Original Version)

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    Me , Slaine, & Term are the ones yelling on the final album version, but here is the OG version with the classic Onyx Scratch.

    Statik Selektah’s Extended Play is in stores today.


    Download Statik Selektah feat. Joell Ortiz – Bring ‘Em Up Dead (Original Version)

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    Tony Touch feat. Too $hort, Xzibit & Kurupt – V.I.P.

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    Tony Touch’s The Piecemaker 3: Return of The 50 MCs drops July 9th and here’s one of the songs.

     
    Download Tony Touch feat. Too $hort, Xzibit & Kurupt – V.I.P.

  • Just Blaze To Executive Produce Slaughterhouse Upcoming Album

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    Slaughterhouse is back in the studio working on their next album and the group just announced that Just Blaze will be the executive producer. Producers include the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Araab Muzik and Just Blaze. Just Blaze is set to serve as the album’s Executive Producer.

     “I’m really excited about doing things a different way this time around”, says Joe Budden. This isn’t a send-tracks-around, and everyone-records-in-their-own-studio type of album. Joell Ortiz said that he is happily looking forward to the process as well: “The creative being creative! Fun, fun fun!”

    Royce Da 5’9” added that “everyone is in the perfect space, mentally. It feels great to be back in the studio with the guys and I think that I can speak for everyone when I say that we just wanna make an album that will stand the test of time and mean sum’n to Hip-Hop.”

    If Crooked I’s attitude towards this project is any indication of where it’s headed, prepare for an onslaught. “God of the Westcoast, I birthed these n!3@@& now I’m about to burry ‘em. Bloody Axe PigFace Slaughterhouse Mafia!”

    There is no set release date yet for the album.

  • Lil Wayne Reacts To American Flag Controversy

    During the set of Lil Wayne‘s music video for “God Bless Amerika” in New Orleans, Lil Wayne can be seen stepping on the American flag several times over. You know Bill O’Reilly and Fox News are going to love this…Today Lil Wayne just released the following statement:

    It was never my intention to desecrate the flag of the United States of America. I was shooting a video for a song off my album entitled “God Bless Amerika”. The clip that surfaced on the Internet was a camera trick clip that revealed that behind the American Flag was the Hoods of America. In the final edit of the video you will see the flag fall to reveal what is behind it but will never see it on the ground. In most people eyes including my own who were raised in that environment, the Hood is the only America they know and the only America I knew growing up. I was fortunate from my God giving talents to escape the Hood and see the other beautiful places this country has to offer but most people who are born in that environment don’t get that chance. That’s their view of their America. That was Dwayne M Carter from Hollygrove New Orleans view of America. That’s who I’m speaking for in this song.

  • Drake Covers GQ

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    Drake covers GQ and talks about his goals, working in the studio, his feud with Chris Brown and more. You can read the whole thing here.

    Then, drink in hand, he addresses his feud with Chris Brown. “I hear he has everything he could want now,” Drake says, alluding to the fact that Brown and Rihanna were, for the moment, back together. “I don’t want my name to be synonymous with that guy’s name. I really don’t. I wish we could sit down, just like you and me are right now, and talk it out man-to-man. But that’s not going to happen. I’m not confrontational, but if someone challenges, I’m not going to back down.”

    Still, none of it sits too well with Drake. “It’s embarrassing, the amount of media coverage,” he says. “Two rappers fighting over the woman. He’s not even a rapper, but still, it’s the last way you want your name out there. It distracts from the music. But he’s made me the enemy, and that’s the way it’s gonna stay, I guess.”

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