Maffew Ragazino and Fev link up to drop a freestyle showing off their lyrical abilities, if you haven’t done so, check out Maffew’s recently released Brownsville’s Jesus mixtape you can download/stream it here.
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The Hundreds’ latest vlog series Passing Through gives us a behind the scenes look at the everyday adventures that the design team goes through. This current episode takes place New Mexico, in what looks to be a dope mansion. The team took some time away from the design work to visit some of the local landmarks that New Mexico provides.
Anyways, after the jump check out the video and see for yourself the different designs that The Hundreds’ has to offer in 2015. (more…)
Last night, Wiz Khalifa went to YouTube to release the first episode of his DayToday: Australia edition. Watch Wiz and his Taylor Gang crew bring in the new year, below.
The video was directed, shot, and cut by Frank Paladino.
Pro Era went along with Schoolboy Q to MTV’s Rap Fix Live yesterday and ended the show with a 7 minute freestyle. Check it out above.
Q recently sat down with Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds to talk discuss his gang past, sipping lean, his conversations with Kendrick and his upcoming album Oxymoron. Check out the full 20 minute interview above.
Off of their collaboration mixtape Polo Sporting Goods, RetcH and Thelonius Martin give us visuals for Since My Dog Died, cameos in the video from Da$h and A$AP Mob.
DMV links up with LA in this new video from Black Cobain off of his Perfect Contradictions mixtape for Disrespectful featuring Casey Veggies.
XXL Magazine released a new video yesterday with Childish Gambino. The interview focused on Childish Gambino’s relationship with Chance The Rapper and his upcoming T.V show.
As of late, Chicago has had to deal with one of the worst crisis’ in modern-day American history. Chicago has lived in infamy for its gang violence, drug abuse, and high murder rates, but with the emergence of the new hip-hop scene, we have seen these horrific numbers rise. Rappers such as Chief Keef, Lil Durk and Lil Reese benefit from these harsh conditions by just rapping about everyday life in Chicago.
So, Noisey sent Thomas Morton to Chicago to gives a first person view of just how rough the area of Chicago really is. Morton teams up with Young Chop, Lil Durk, Lil Reese and Peeda Pan, the manager of Glory Boyz Entertainment, to give us the inside look on Chicago gun violence and the culture that has become of it.
Chris Webby went to Vegas to record his latest visuals for Do Like Me off of his Homegrown EP. Check out the visuals above and lookout for news on Webby’s upcoming project in the near future.