“Planet of the Gods” is the latest album from Wu-Tang Clan affiliate and Sunz of Man member Killah Priest. The album is fully produced by Dutch production crew Godz Wrath (Jordan River Banks, Black Marvel and Ciph Barker) with co-production from Kombo, Def Buurmen and Basrabas.
Legendary Bronx-bred hip-hop duo Camp Lo burst onto the scene in 1997, when their classic debut album Uptown Saturday Night (and it’s anthemic single “Luchini”) introduced fans to the Lo’s intricate flows and cutting-edge slang editorials. Nearly two decades later, Camp Lo emcees Geechi Suede and Sonny Cheeba are back with Ragtime Hightimes, a brand
Goon MuSick presents its first ever Compilation “Independent Warriors”. The comp is an ear blasting musical journey into the world of Goon MuSick and its heavy hitters Snowgoons. It draws attention to the numerous productions the Snowgoons and their affiliates did for Hip Hop’s who is who – from underground to well known established
The Ownerz is the sixth and final studio album by the hip-hop duo Gang Starr, recorded two years before the duo broke up. It was well-received critically and boasts four singles, “Skills,” “Rite Where U Stand,” “Nice Girl, Wrong Place,” and “Same Team, No Games.” Continuing with the Respect The Classics campaign, UMe will
Past is prologue. The sins of the father are visited on sons and daughters. The madness of the world only abates when you stop the cycle-when you seek something beyond the mono-cultural and the corporeal.
Georgia Anne Muldrow is a seeker and truth-teller. The words on her first rap album-produced entirely by Chris Keys-balance
It hasn’t even been a week since Alchemist dropped his instrumental project, Israeli Salad, but Brooklyn’s Saga has already put together an EPs worth of tracks to the legendary producer’s boardwork.
Comprised of seven hand picked instrumentals taken from ‘Israeli Salad,’ Saga showcases his silver tongued lyricism over ALC’s use of middle-eastern sampled source material. By keeping Israeli themed
“Nehruvia: The Nehruvian EP” is a concise collection of music that acts as an hors d’oeuvre while Bishop Nehru puts the finishing touches on his debut LP.
Hip Hop’s youth movement is at peak fruition, and fans continue to reap the harvests. Thus far in 2015, young artists like Joey Bada$$ and Earl Sweatshirt have
Czarface is back with a sophomore effort. Every Hero Needs A Villain is set for release June 16, according to a press release.
The group, which consists of Inspectah Deck, 7L and Esoteric, is again going with the comic-themed approach.
“All three of us is influenced by comics, sci-fi movies, TV, wrestling,” DJ 7L says. “Czarface encompasses
“Making this album, brought back memories from my past, with tracks and demos dating back to 1994-1995, some included in this album. These songs and demos, when discovered, were returned back to us by Mrs. Yancey, categorized and filed away, it blew my mind when I heard them, hearing Dilla and Baatin’s voice I wondered
Exhausted and frustrated with they’ve seen in Ferguson and beyond; N.B.S. connects with longtime collaborators Snowgoons to tell the story of Emmett Till and Mike Brown. Chronicling the scarily similar narratives of the two young men separated by more than 50 years, N.B.S. urges others to be aware and involved.