Monday, September 29, 2014

Mixtape: Scurry Life DVD & DJ L-Gee - Movie Madness 14 (The Equalizer)

The Best Hip Hop Appearances on “In Living Color”

Dude Beats “Super Mario World” in Less Than 10 Minutes

New music: T.I. – Mind On Money Feat. Spodee, Troy Ave & Yung Booke

Logic – Under Pressure (Album concert and Tracklist)

“The album title and artwork came effortlessly but it was a journey getting there. I always knew I wanted that feel you see in the detail, the half dark half bright and beautiful look. The entire album is about the two sides of myself. I could have done one of two main things when creating the album. So essentially the entire record is about the duality of man. Or in this case one man growing up in terrible conditions and over coming.” – Logic 

 1. Intro 2. Soul Food 3. Im Gone 4. Gang Related 5. Buried Alive 6. Bounce 7. Growing Pains III 8. Never Enough 9. Metropolis 10. Nikki 11. Under Pressure 12. Til The End

Amber Rose Found Wiz With Another Woman Before Filing For Divorce

Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose have been making headlines all week due to their very public divorce announcement. The latest reports claim Wiz moved out of their house weeks before the split and the day before Amber filed for divorce she reportedly went over to Khalifa’s new place and found him with another woman. According to reports, Amber went over to Khalifa’s place at 2 AM and found him with another woman. “We’re told Wiz moved out and got his own place, and the day before Amber filed, she went to his house at 2 AM and found him with another woman … and went nuts.” (TMZ) According to Wiz, he made it clear that the marriage was over with weeks before the divorce was filed and that he wouldn’t consider it to be cheating. “As far as Wiz is concerned … he wasn’t cheating. He told friends he made it clear weeks earlier the marriage was over.” (TMZ)

Snoop Dogg Interviewed The ‘F*ck It, I Quit’ Anchor To Talk Alaska’s Marijuana Scene

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Jay Electronica Says He Wants To Impact Hip Hop

Documentary - Hip Hop: The Early Years 1979 - 1986

"They're Selling Terror And Boy Are We Buying" - Bill Maher

[video] Rick Ross And Forbes Settle The Score Over The Cash Kings List

Video: The Stories Of Notorious B.I.G.’

Kendrick Lamar Goes Off The Dome On ‘Big Boy’s Neighborhood’ Freestyle

DJ Premier and Royce da 5'9'' Announce Collaborative Project With Features From Common, Jay Electronica & More

Last week, DJ Premier and Royce da 5'9" shared a brief video clip that featured the two revered hip-hop artists linking up in Adrian Younge's studio for a quick freestyle session. As it turns out, the clip was a teaser for their new collaborative project, under the alias PRhyme. Premier and Royce formally announce plans for their project today, which is set to feature Jay Electronica, Common, Mac Miller, Ab-Soul, Killer Mike, ScHoolboy Q, Dwele, and Slaughterhouse. “I want people to appreciate the fact that we didn’t compromise in lieu of the environment. In order to try to change the way that people digest music, we had to take a leap of faith,” Royce says in a statement. The project will also be crafted with only samples from Adrian Younge's catalog, an approach Premier has never made in his career. “I’ve never sampled just one artist, I’m known for my reputation and my creativity,” he says. “I wanted it to be my traditional thing where I sample everything I find, but I am really proud how the project came out and Royce is one hell of a pusher.” Their project is expected to be released later this year.

New music: Ali Vegas Feat. Akon - Think Big

Tuesday, September 23, 2014


Nobi - InteGRITTY2 (The Singles)

Free Album: Powerful - Perception

The Shadyville General is back! DOWNLOAD HERE

New music: T.I. | New National Anthem (Feat. Skylar Grey)

New music: Kendrick Lamar - I

New music: OneRepublic – I Lived (Arty Remix)

Checking In With The Cast Of ‘The Cosby Show’ 30 Years Later

Album Cover & Tracklisting: Mary J. Blige ‘The London Sessions’

Album drops Dec 2

1. “Therapy” 
2. “Doubt” 
3. “Not Loving You” 
4. “When You’re Gone” 
5. “Right Now” 
6. “My Loving” 
7. “Long Hard Look” 
8. “Whole Damn Year” 
9. “Nobody But You” 
10. “Pick Me Up” 
11. “Follow” 
12. “Worth My Time”