Watch CyHi The Prynce Freestyle on Funk Flex


This man has no shortage of bars.

GOOD Music’s 6th man, CyHi The Prynce, officially came off the bench this past week with his proper debut album, No Dope on Sundays. It did more than live up to the hype—it exceeded expectations. In promotional effort, CyHi made the rounds at the most prominent radio hubs, including dropping a nasty freestyle for Hot 97 with Funk Flex.

Watch the scintillating freestyle below:

Stalley Stops by Sway in The Morning to Discuss New EP


And drop a dope freestyle.

Ohio rapper Stalley has recently left Rick Ross’ MMG after an extensive affiliation to pursue his career on his own terms. Arduously working towards his own vision, Stalley put out his seven-track EP, Tell The Truth Shame The Devil, under his new Blue Collar Gang umbrella. To speak on his newfound independence, and remind people why he’s one of the coldest emcees, Stalley stopped by Sway in The Morning.

Watch his interview below to learn more about his recently-released EP, and hear his dexterous freestyle. Also, take a listen to Tell The Truth Shame The Devil:

Miami’s Kidd Wes Delivers ‘Eleven: The Junior Senior Year’


A well-crafted, cohesive narrative.

Miami’s musical stalwart, Kidd Wes, has been grinding on the underground circuit for some time, culminating in over two-million SoundCloud plays and a secure artistic vision. Part of that vision is to craft cohesive projects with well-articulated narratives, evidenced by his most recent, and second, studio album, Eleven: The Junior Senior Year.

A 12-track album, Eleven: The Junior Senior Year is a coming-of-age story that places Wes in the turbulent, relatable times of a high school kid trying to navigate the confusing world—the good and the bad, the ups and the downs. The album hinges upon Kidd Wes’ honesty and vulnerability, engorging the project with integrity facilitated by his punchline style of rapping. 

Get to know Kidd Wes by streaming Eleven: The Junior Senior Year below:

Eminem Announces Legendary Names Helping Shape ‘Revival’


This album has some hype to live up to.

Eminem has been a relevant hip-hop narrative as of late. From his scathing Donald Trump BET Awards freestyle, to his polarizing new single “Walk on Water”, he’s been a topic of conversation—and rightfully so; he’s dropping a new album, Revival, soon. Aside from his own star power and Beyoncé’s, who added the “Walk on Water” hook, other huge music names will be attached to this project.

Recently, it was announced that the legendary Rick Rubin will be producing the album, and the pioneering hip-hop figure, Dr. Dre, will handle the mixing. There’s a lot of pressure placed upon this album—from the industry, but mostly from Em himself—so it makes sense that he’s pulling out all of the stops for his first album in four-years.

While there still isn’t a release date, the excitement is certainly brewing. Hopefully, the hype meets the expectations.

50 Cent & Jeremih Release “Still Think I’m Nothing”


It’s good to hear from you, 50.

While he might be better known lately for his new reality show, 50 Central, that doesn’t mean that 50 Cent is ready to hang up his music career—not by a long shot. Last night, after teasing the collaboration previously, 50 make good on his promise by releasing “Still Think I’m Nothing” with Jeremih. 

Produced by Bongo By The Way, “Still Think I’m Nothing” showcases 50’s dexterous lyrical abilities that’ve placed him atop hip-hop’s pedestal, rubbing shoulders with the greats. It’s unclear if this loosie foreshadows an ultimate comeback, but we’ll take what we can get. 

Stream the new 50 Cent below:

Remy Ma & Lil Kim Drop Off “Wake Me Up” Official Video


Welcome back, Remy and Kim.

After dropping their collaborative effort, “Wake Me Up”, recently, ‘90s hip-hop queens, Remy Ma and Lil Kim, have sealed their return with the track’s official video, released today.

Remy and Kim accent their gritty New York style visually with images of steel backdrops drenched in ominous environments. It’s an exclamation mark on their musical revival, and begs for them to be in the top female emcee conversation. 

Watch “Wake Me Up” below: