Kendra Ross chanting that “Which Side Are You On” is like her taking us all to the church of Talib Kweli; special guest Tef Poe and music director Nottz on the beat. Stirring audio and visual off the “Indie 500” project Kweli and 9th Wonder have out now. Don’t be surprised if you get more than a little fired up after experiencing this.
Seems like there is very little stopping Yung Renzel (aka Rozay aka Ross The Bawse)! Yep, dropped these visuals for that dopeness called “Sorry” (featuring Chris Brown) in advance of the December 4, 2015, release of the “Black Market” album. Watch the embedded video above. You can check out the audio in an earlier post.
But WHOA! The ENDING though!!!!???!!!
Can the Bawse do justice to a classic Junior Mafia and Biggie beat? Play this freestyle Rick Ross did for DJ Clue when he dropped the needle on the “Get Money” beat. Judge for yourself.
Mix about records that talk about money. Listen to everyone’s different feelings…
– DJ Yogi
Mannnn, shout to the homie DJ Yogi for this “The Money Mix.” Yogi… YOU are a bad bear!! Hear and enjoy this money-themed mix in the stream below. All this money talk for the FREE. Shiiiid, y’all need to recognize a blessing when you hear it!
“Sorry” don’t make it right… I know.
“Sorry” if you think different, but Rozay is focused! Hit after hit, and the follow through secures the win. The “Black Dollar” mixtape is a healthy helping of bangers; but the meal isn’t finished. The “Black Market” LP is coming. And if it’s like this “Sorry” single… whew… hope you saved some room for another plate. Pop a button and press play. Shout to C Breezy for his contribution. Smooth with the roughness. Enjoy!
Bonus: See Ross jump off the record, stopping by the Power 105 Breakfast Club to share it with NYC and the world, after the jump.
K-Def was is one of the best. Unnecessary as it is though, he looks to prove it to the now school. The Golden Era Hip Hop producer is promising a gotta-get album entitled “The Way It Was” to us soon. Well, that ‘gotta-get’… that’s not from K directly. But you listen to this K-Def x Blu collabo track, “The Boys,” and tell us that an old K-Def beat tape, touched up with new verses from Blu, won’t be on your list of must-haves! Dope and a coming album means there’s more.
I really dig this song. Glad Mr Hudson followed up on the “Dancing Thru It” audio with a visual presentation (check out the single here in an earlier post). It’s ethereal… as in “extremely delicate and light in a way that seems too perfect for this world.”
Yeah. Perfect. Sooo perfect.
This is soul food, an audible feast, a form of mental science, and a collection of memories reminding you why you first loved Hip-Hop. It’s “Home Sweet Home,” the collaborative album from Rapper Big Pooh and Nottz: 13 slabs of soulful music and superb bars, released on Mello Music Group.
POMO on the track with additional vocals by Omarion and horns by Brasstracks. This joint is loaded! Oh, Anderson .Paak got ScHoolboy Q to go in on “Am I Wrong.” Sounding right to us.
“Extradite” is the truth people! Freddie Gibbs & Black Thought going in on the track produced by Mikhail (co-produced by Sid “Speakerbomb” Miller)… with that energy! You can catch that on “Shadow Of A Doubt” (due out November 20, 2015).
Whaaaaat???!! J. Cole jumped on the ATCQ classic “Can I Kick It?” Well… yeah, but not like that. Cole remixed the single for 25th Anniversary remaster of “People’s Instinctive Travels And The Paths Of Rhythm” due out November 20, 2015. Click above and enjoy the J. Cole remix.
Houston native Kirko Bangz provides us with visuals for his freestyle over Drake’s “30 for 30” instrumental. Dope rendition rendered by the southwesterner with something to say.
“I feel like I have a bunch of fans and kids looking up to me and who have been riding because I motivate them through my music. Lately, all I’ve been giving them is radio-friendly records due to what I’ve been going through career wise.”
– Kirko Bangz
No radio this go ’round. Watch him go low-key and gritty on the track in the video above (audio below)!
“Blunted in the Bomb Shelter” is a never-before-released mixtape from Madlib from just after the turn of the 21st century. So what if this was put together in 2002. You just take a listen and see if you can say this sunsplash of a mix is not still good for today.
You can’t. So enjoy!
Take us there… to party… and all the way home, gentleman. It’s a two-hour ride across lotsa cool genres. Hosted by J.Rocc, Adventures In Stereo brings us this “Madlib Carnival Special” – which was the dopeness that came from a Madlib x Pete Rock team-up.
Woooo! Rozay and Jake Uno… you know! That’s guaranteed heat coming out the kitchen. And if you didn’t know, listen to “Buried In The Streets” man. Then go get some more like that off that “Black Dollar” mixtape we posted on here earlier… and LISTEN maaaannnn!
The drug game is global, paying off 20 to 1.
The Official single! Off the new, KRS-One 2015 album. Now Hear This! Coming out, November 24th. Hashtag #nowhearthis to spread the word! Full album will be up on my bandcamp page to buy!
Oh wait… This is FREE! Yeah man, get the download via the link that follows.
There it is. Chris Breeze for the ladies; dropping an unveiled, unabashed I’m-coming-to-get-you-NOW song. Fellas, you have been there; wanting to take you your lady there, but she’s gotta get up early… or worked late or…
SHHHHH… Ladies, your man is trying to hit you off in that way that GUARANTEES both of y’all DEEP sleep! Just hold on. Play this “Sex You Back To Sleep” and let Chris tell you how good it’s gonna be.