The Game is doing at least 80% of the beefing in his current beef with Meek Mill, as is his custom. Thursday evening he was spotted filming a music video for "Pest Control," his second Meek Mill diss track, in Brooklyn, home of "OOOUUU" originator Young M.A.
Back in May, Brooklyn emcee Dyme-A-Duzin broke a lengthy hiatus by getting Fabolous, one of the best from his native borough, to guest on the remix of last year's "That Chicken." The track is at once calming and haunting, a new sound for Brooklyn.
There have already been plenty of hip-hop songs released in response to last week's police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, including heartfelt records from Chris Brown, Miguel, Boogie, Z-Ro, and more.
If you, like me, weren't one of the couple thousand people who had pressed play on the Soundcloud link Desiigner's "Panda" by the time you sat down to watch Kanye West's Life Of Pablo livestream this February, you were most likely among the millions
Pro Era's Nyck Caution has released the video to the Kirk Knight-produced track "Basin," off his new mixtape, Disguise the Limit. The video starts with Caution in the middle of a snowy forest as a mysterious voice describes what insomnia is like.
While New York City is forever the birthplace of hip hop, the past decade or so has been run by other parts of the country. Atlanta is on fire, Chicago is too, and the west coast has been steady dropping jewels for a few years now as well.
Here's a new single from Joey Bada$$, "Aim High," courtesy of Scion AV. Though we tend to be wary of branded promotions like this, we can usually trust Scion, and with the help of Jozif Badmon, they've definitely delivered.
The Underachievers are one of Brooklyn's up-and-coming rap groups. They're most recent album Evermore: The Art of Duality was just released this past Friday, and might just be the duo's best work to date.
We just got you hip to Donmonique via our new interview with the Brooklyn rapper, and now we've got some big news to share. Her debut project, Thirst Trap, is set to drop on July 21st, and we've got the exclusive on the artwork and tracklist.
In terms of songs that use the names of caucasian female celebrities to stand in for other white substances, Donmonique's "Pilates" is second only to Migos' "Hannah Montana," the track that may have started the whole trend.
Last September, Brooklyn's Dyme-A-Duzin dropped off his Hip-Hope tape, and after promoting it and sharing music videos for its tracks over the past nine months, he's ready to begin rolling out a follow-up. Crown Fried will arrive later this
Last month, we introduced you to Brooklyn's G.R.A.M.Z. via his dark "John Carpenter" video. Today, he's back with another one from his upcoming concept album, Escape From NY, "Magic Carpet."
All-encompassing "360" record deals are a relatively new phenomenon in the rap industry, with companies handling artists' touring, music, videos and merch in exchange for an increased percentage of the artist's revenue.
Red Cafe just dropped off a huge single with Jeremih and Rick Ross, "Making Me Proud," and the Brooklyn rapper keeps things rolling with the new video to "Anyday," off last year's In Us We Trust EP.