Mozzy Drops Off Single “Nobody Knows”


Featuring Jay Rock and DCMBR.

The acclaimed Black Panther album has earned praise for its multi-layered sonic aesthetic, facilitated by a diverse artistic curation. Of course, TDE mainstays, like Kendrick, ScHoolboy, Jay Rock, and SZA, shine throughout the project, but the album truly soars thanks to some unsung heroes–specifically on the Mozzy-assisted “Seasons”. Now, the California rapper reunites with TDE again by linking with Jay Rock on “Nobody Knows”.

Also featuring DCMBR, “Nobody Knows” paints Mozzy’s ambitious persona by reflecting on what he’s had to do, what he’s had to sacrifice, to achieve his current success. The lead single from his upcoming Spiritual Conversations EP, “Nobody Knows” is an objective view of the drastically different situations that have spanned Mozzy’s existence. All artists featured on the track complement each other well, making for a fluid song offering and foreshadowing good things to come for Mozzy’s EP.

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Logic Returns on “44 More”


Welcome back, Logic.

Logic is easily one of the industry’s most dexterous rhymers. In a naturally lowered battlefield thanks to deemphasized lyricism, Logic shines even more comparatively. Most recently, he demonstrated this heighted rapping ability on his latest track, “44 More”.

It’d been a minute since we’d heard new music from Logic–which is completely understandable given how successful Everybody was and the exhaustive subsequent touring. But it’s comforting to hear Logic return to the stage, and remind everyone what hip-hop’s lyrical bar should be set at. The man hasn’t lost a step–not even close.

Stream Logic’s “44 More” below:

MF Doom & Bishop Nehru Drop “Rooftops” Video


The lead single/video off their upcoming collaborative project, Elevators: Act I & II.

Industry enigma, MF Doom, is heralded for several reasons: he’s one of the most intricate writers in music; he issues multifaceted flows; he is rare combination of rapper and producer. Another reason why Doom has been etched in hip-hop history is his willingness to collaborate with a wide-array of talent. He has albums with Danger Mouse, Madlib, KMD, and more. In 2014, he and Bishop Nehru released their album, NehruvianDoom. Now, the duo is back at it again with an impending secondary album release, and the lead single/video from the upcoming project.

Watch the video for “Rooftops” off of Bishop and Doom’s upcoming release, Elevators: Act I & II:

Don Q Remixes “New Freezer”


The Bronx spitter goes in.

While the original track undoubtedly belongs in the “new wave” hip-hop category, Don Q’s remix to Rich The Kid’s “New Freezer” is a nonstop 90-second display of dexterous rhyming ability.

Inherently an addicting instrumental, Don Q molds his lyrical onslaught securely around the dynamic production. Not mincing words, Don Q explicitly asserts his presence as one of the top rappers coming out of New York–and impressively backs it up.

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Snoop Dogg Releases New Project, ’220′


Snoop keeps the new music coming.

Snoop Dogg AKA Uncle Snoop has defied hip-hop’s age restriction to join an exclusive club of over 40-year-old relevant rappers. Thanks to his consistent output, larger than life personality, and penchant for all things “cool,” Snoop has enjoyed a historic career engorged with longevity. In 2017, Snoop transparently presented his views on President Trump by converting the orange demagogue’s campaign slogan into a Crip ode. Now, Snoop is back with another new album, 220, featuring Dreezy, Jacquees, and others.

Listen to Snoop’s latest offering below:

U-God Releases “Epicenter” Off Forthcoming Album, ‘Venom’


Featuring Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, and Scotty Wotty.

Core Wu-Tang member, U-God, is embedded in hip-hop’s multi-thread count fabric. Aside from his contributions to hip-hop’s greatest group, he has strung together an impressive solo career to supplement his artistic offering. Late last year, U-God remixed the ever popular “Bodak Yellow” to garner fan excitement for his forthcoming album, Venom. Today, he released his newest track, “Epicenter”, featuring Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, and Scotty Wotty.

Stream U-God’s new heat below: