Hailing from the crazy streets of Chiraq, Lil Bibby brings us the first track off of his upcoming EP, The Book. This EP is being heavily anticipated because of the success and critical acclaim that his debut mixtape, Free Crack, received. The choice is yours.
G.O.O.D. Music’s own CyHi The Prynce dropped his latest mixtape “Black Hystori Project” back in February (obviously). The title describes it all; good concept, good beats, good punchlines, G.O.O.D. music. It’s also executive produced by Kanye West (yes it’s a mixtape), so it’s not too shabby. Hopefully an album by Cyhi will drop this year. Enjoy the project of the year (so far). You can listen to a stream on this […]
Directed by Andrew Donoho
I Fucks with this. “Go to church if you’re scared”
I’m late but I’m always on time. Big shouts to Lafayette on this one for tapping into the year 1995 (I was wearing Columbia rain jackets in 90+ degree weather. Damn you hip hop.) with the audials (is that a word?) and visuals on this one. 1995 is the second single off of “Life’s Journey: Life Goes On”. If you haven’t peeped Laf’s full project, be sure to do so and […]
You guys remember that dope ass record I produced for L.A. & Frank Ramz? You know….this one. Well, the talented motherf**er that played the guitar solo at the end has released the video to his debut single, “All Lies”. Sid and his co-production partner, Sigala, fuse 90’s R&B with London influence making for a recipe of good fucking music. Keep an eye on this kid and remember who told you […]
I’m late but I have a good excuse….no I don’t. Anyways, here’s new Laf and Handbook for your pleasure. Let the eargasms commence. New album comin’ this fall, stay tuned bisj (no typo). p.s. Laf doesn’t smoke weed.
L.A. dropped her ‘Spark‘ EP earlier this month and I’ve been sitting with it on replay for a minute now. As of today, this joint right here is my favorite song on the project. I don’t own a gun, but if I did….I’d put on a mesh shirt, some cross colour jean shorts and let off a couple shots in the air whilst pulling on a spliff. Yea. Peep the […]
Even doper now that we have the visuals. De La returns after….a long time. Its good to see hip hop develop its mature side for its older audience (although not limited to).