It's been a while since we've heard from Cassidy. The veteran battle rapper made a recent appearance at the Mission Underground Freestyle to go head-to-head in a cypher with Twista and Rich Chigga enthusiast Ghostface Killah.
Here is the third XXL Freshman cypher video of the week. All 10 members of this year's Freshman class have shown off their individual freestyling abilities, and they've now been put up against one another to see how their raps hold up in the cypher format.
Last year, Kendrick Lamar added his Compton stamp upon Reebok's classic British tennis shoe, making a sneaker that can be worn by both Bloods and Crips in an effort to mitigate the gang violence that plagues his hometown.
The Sixth Floor cypher makes a return today. We teamed up with Sixth Floor to bring together a few of our favorite New York rappers on the rise, for some friendly competition in a cypher series hosted by producer, Chase N. Cashe.
Amid the confusion surrounding The Free Weezy Album, we got word from Karen Civil that a Young Money cypher was on the way. Although The Free Weezy Album still hasn't surfaced, today that Young Money cypher has been unveiled by Karen Civil.
Today XXL lets go their second group cypher from the 2014 XXL Freshmen list. After hearing Kevin Gates, Vic Mensa, August Alsina, Chance The Rapper and Isaiah Rashad's cypher yesterday, the bar was set pretty high.
XXL has finished the roll out of individual cyphers for each rapper on this year's XXL Freshmen list, and with that we get the first group cypher. The first cypher has Kevin Gates, Vic Mensa, August Alsina, Isaiah Rashad and Chance The Rapper.
While in Atlanta for the A3C festival, ScHoolboy Q joined Shaheem Reid and Jayson and Terrance for a panel discussion, during which they discussed Kendrick Lamar, high-fives, BET Awards, "Oxymoron" and more.
Kendrick Lamar's BET Cypher was a highlight of the BET Hip-Hop Awards, and the rapper reportedly took shots at Drizzy Drake during his verse. Now we have a short clip of K. Dot going in, calling out sensitive rappers, i.e., Drake.
DJ Tony Touch called on Black Thought, M1, Sean Price, AG, Lil Fame and Illa Ghee for a power cypher on Toca Tuesdays in the Shade 45 studio last week. How's the chemistry between and M1, Sean Price, AG, Lil Fame, Illa Ghee?
Just Blaze provides the beat for Smoke DZA, Al-Doe and NYMLo to spit a few bars at the Boiler Room's "Rap Life Harlem" event.How do y'all feel about the collabo with Al-Doe, NYMLo? Are y'all feeling this one?