Kill You For Balling Too Hard.
Dubbed after the Air Jordan sneaks, Your Old Droog and Conway kick they fly shit on this raw cut produced by Sadhugold. Don’t get robbed for ’em now.
Free At Last
Kevin Gates is free—again. After serving 9 months of a 30-month sentence for felony gun possession, Kevin Gates walked out of Illinois State Prison this morning and is on mandatory supervision. Last September, Gates released his album By Any Means 2 during his incarceration.
Back in 2016, the rapper was released from Florida prison after he was sentenced to 6 months for kicking a fan during his show. Upon the release, he was immediately taken into custody for an outstanding warrant for the gun possession charge.
When I See RiRi
Alhamdulillah! A$AP Ferg rides for the mob on late night television. Backed by his band, the Hood Pope performed his hit on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’. Edited hook courtesy of the crowd. We can’t hear you.
Quavo and Nicki Minaj play for keeps in the latest video off Quality Control’s Control The Streets, Vol. 1. Taking it back to the 80s, Quavo and Onikia cruise in a drop top convertible before meeting up for a romantic dinner at the diner. Diners, drive-ins and grind.
On My Own
Dreamville is off to a good start in the new year. And with the label’s songstress Ari Lennox on the other line, Omen checks in with his rendition of Badu’ “Telephone Medley”.
Don’t Be Tardy
From policy brutality to interracial dating, KXNG Crooked takes all on this new record helmed by production quartet of Jonathan Hay, Mike Smith, Ranna Royce and Mani Ajami. Off the upcoming LP Jazz. [Deluxe].
Still The King?
Shootouts and the street code of honor are depicted in this first look of Dame Dash and Kanye West’s produced film, Honor Up. In selected theaters and On Demand on February 16, the drama stars Cam’Ron, Dame Dash, Murda Mook, Blackface, Smoke DZA, Nicholas Turturro. Stacy Dash and more.
Best Year, Ever!
1998 was one of hip-hop’s most successful and impactful years. Still reeling from the passing of Notorious B.I.G. and 2Pac, rap music turned tragedy to triumph as evidenced by DMX’s explosive launch, JAY-Z’s breakthrough blockbuster album, Lauryn Hill’s emotive opus, and the powerful business acumen of Master P. But these weren’t the only stars to shine and we can prove it. Here are 100 tunes that truly showcase the everlasting sonic power of our culture.
Read All About It
The Black Eye Peas take a stand in their politically-charged single. For its black-and-white visual, the morphed app puts the members in iconic photos, tackling police brutality, injustice, war on drugs and more. Their Masters of the Sun coming soon.
If you want it, you gotta take. Day dreaming off the balcony, Cassie finds herself in various exotic places including poolside with a tiger, under water, and on the Miami strip. Better safe than sorry.
Kendrick Lamar brought wins of his own last night during the College Football Playoff Championship game in Atlanta, GA. Before Alabama’s 26-23 overtime win over Georgia, K-Dot hit up Centennial Olympic Park across the Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the halftime show. During his set, Kung Fu Kenny performed a DAMN. medley including “DNA.”, “ELEMENT.”, “HUMBLE.”. Kendrick then bowed out with a first live performance of his new Black Panther track, “All The Stars“.
A new Black Panther trailer was premiered right after, which featured a new song of his featuring Vince Staples.
We Are Not Illegal
The children our the future. In the latest installment of JAY-Z’ 4:44 Footnotes, we get a glimpse of the lives of a couple of young motivated kids including an inspiring poet, dancer and a survivor from the streets.
You Know You Done Fuck Up, Right?
Cozz’ takes the law into his own hands for his new video. Cruising in a police cruiser, Cozz comes to the rescue of innocent bystanders and interrogates the crooked cops in the precinct. Justice served.
Despite the temperatures below zero, Nino Man and Jada bundle up on the rooftop for the accompanying visual to the self-reflecting track. Hopefully this weather warms up later than never.
Guess Who’s Back?
Jon Connor is back like he’s never left. And with a new album on the way, the Aftermath signee touches Lil’ Kim’s classic for his latest drop. Just what the Doctor ordered.
Bitch, Suck My Dick!
Em is back at your throat with a new remix. Targeting his recent critics, Marshall delivers new bars on this new version featuring Tity Boi. The original cut is lifted off Eminem’s latest album, Revival.