Don Trip and Starlito continue their Stepbrothers Three campaign with a new NBA Jam inspired video for track #2 off the just released album, “Boomshakalaka”, produced by NYSE.
Trinidad James liberates the audio for his collaboration with Bankroll Fresh which was previously only available via the song’s video that dropped last year. Stream “Daddy D*ck” below and look for Bankroll’s upcoming posthomous album In Bank We Trust to drop soon.
After blessing the LA Leakers, Joey Bada$$ made his way to The Cruz Show on LA’s Power 106 to let some bars fly over Miguel and J. Cole’s “All I Want Is You” instrumental. Watch below and look for Joey’s new album All-AmeriKKKan Bad A$$ to arrive on April 7th.
It used to be that the United States was a beacon of hope for refugees fleeing war and persecution around the world, but that is unfortunately no longer the case. RZA and production duo Parisi have recorded a new collaboration called “No Refuge” that laments our country’s sudden lack of compassion, and they will be donating all proceeds from streams and purchases to the UN Refugee Agency. Watch above and look for the track on you preferred streaming service now.
After you watch this, go and watch this.
New visuals from Chevy Woods for “Bank of America”, off that Gang Shit Only. Rich the Kid does not appear as he does on the album version.
Cam’ron is getting ready to release his new film 10,000 Miles and the accompanying single, which is set to drop this Friday. Today he provides another teaser trailer and a snippet of the track which samples Vanessa Carlton’s “A Thousand Miles”.
Nardwuar catches up with Trae Tha Truth in his home state of texas during SXSW and gets a lesson on such H-Town legends as DJ Screw and MC Wickett Crickett as they peruse the Houston Rap book by Peter Beste and Lance Scott Walker before Trae flips the script and bestows Nard with a special gift.
Previously: Trae Tha Truth ft. Money Man – Changed On Me