With the Hit-Boy’s HS87 crew prepping the release of their first compilation tape, Audio Push premiered some new visuals on Myspace off their own project, Inland Empire. At first, you wouldn’t be able to watch it unless you had a new Myspace account, but luckily, it’s up on Youtube now. This track should confirm that Hit-Boy is definitely one of the best producers turnt rappers in the past couple of years. The way he transitions his flows is just way too nice. Also, you can check out the artwork for All I’ve Ever Dreamed Of which is set for a March 12th release.
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The Mr. Comeback of the Decade returns with the visuals for his second single, ‘Show Out’, off his debut solo album, Stay Trippy. Nobody turns up harder than Juicy J as you can tell from this house party. He even turns up in his private jet before he links up with Big Sean in the D and Jeezy in the A. I wonder what it’s like to really live a day as Juicy.
Tim Larew sits down with Chance The Rapper during his stop in Boston for a show a couple days ago to talk about a couple things.
In the interview, Chance discusses what life’s been like since #10Day, the amazing reception to his two recent releases (“Juice” and “Acid Rain”), his work with video director Austin Vesely, the roles Chicago blogs Ruby Hornet and Fake Shore Drive have played in his success, and of course, what fans can expect from the April release of Acid Rap.
Chance The Rapper is one to keep an eye on this year. He’s one of the dopest coming out of Chicago right now who is making drill/hype music. For someone who made a name for himself off a tape that only took 10 days to complete, I can’t imagine how dope his next project is going to be since he’s taking his time. Doobies to The Fresh Heir for the interview.
Damn now this is super ill. Watch as Mass Appeal takes Fools Gold producer, Party Supplies, to a local record store, blindsfolds him, makes him pick out three records and has to make a beat using the samples from all three. See the outcome of the unique occurrence above and most of all, enjoy.
Yelawolf gives us the second set of visuals off his upcoming Trunk Muzik Returns tape. As always, it’s bizarre like most of his other videos. But if you’re a Yelawolf fan, this is technically considered toned-down compared to his past visuals. The full project is set for a March 14th release which is only a little over a week away.
King Chip sits down with The Good Guys for this extensive interview talking about what he’s been up to, advice for upcoming rappers, the difference between California and Cleveland, doing whatever makes sense when asked if he wants to go major or stay independent and more. Clevelafornia coming soon. Doobies to DJ Steph Floss.
Here is the official video for Joey Bada$$’s legendary collab with DJ Premier, ‘Unorthodox’. Hit up the Pro Era website to see if Joey and his Pro Era crew is making a stop in your city for their Beastcoastal Tour with Flatbush Zombies and The Underachievers. PEEP: The aPROcalypse out now.
In this new episode of GGN with Snoop Dogg AKA Nemo Hoes, today’s special guest Big Sean drops by to talk about his career, upcoming projects and how to smoke out a hotel room like a professional. Big Sean’s sophomore album, Hall Of Fame, coming soon. Detroit out now.
Over a nice DJ Burn One and Cardo produced beat, Scotty unleashes the second music video from his upcoming mixtape, F.A.I.T.H. with DJ Burn One, which stands for Forever Atlanta In The Heart. Look out for that to drop sooner than you think.
Joey Bada$$, Kirk Knight, Nyck Caution, Dyemond Lewis and CJ Fly of NY’s PRO ERA drop an exclusive freestyle for Billboard. The video was listed as Joey Bada$$ and Pro Era, but I had to give each rapper the proper recognition because they all killed it. Also below, I added the Billboard interview with Joey where he talks about being named creative director of Ecko Unltd, being independent, the new New York movement and more.