In case you haven’t heard, 2015 kicked off with the return of Harlem’s beloved Dipset. The group dropped a stellar cut in “Have My Money” and followed that up with their “Victory” freestyle, which is equally dope. Their return has sparked some nostalgia and that’s all gravy because we here at iHipHop often find ourselves reminiscing about simpler times. Chief Keef, who was probably no more than eight years old when Dipset dropped their iconic Diplomatic Immunity record, is nevertheless paying tribute to the supergroup. Keef has dropped a track entitled “Dipset.” The tribute to Cam and company is set to appear on Keef’s upcoming DJ Holiday-hosted Dedication mixtape. Check it out after the jump!
- Audioposted March 22, 2015 / No Comments
Fabolous is continuing his weekly streak of dropping some freestyle heat. He has blessed us with a freestyle over Dr. Dre’s “B***hes Ain’t Sh*t” from his seminal 1992 album The Chronic then he gave us “Told Ya’ll.” This week Fab is sharing “Take It Easy” where he goes over Mad Lion’s 1994 original. Check it out after the jump!
- Videosposted March 20, 2015 / No Comments
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.
- Videosposted March 18, 2015 / No Comments
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.