Kanye West generally reserves a part of his show to speak his mind, and while he'll often mix speaking and singing in his stream-of-consciousness addresses, it's been a while since he dropped a proper freestyle.
This week, XXL's been rolling out the freestyle and profile videos for all of their new Freshman class. So far, we've seen the ones from Fetty Wap, DeJ Loaf, Vince Staples and Raury, and now here's Washington DC's Goldlink.
As is customary, each XXL Freshmen is filmed spitting an acapella freestyle for the XXL cameras. After unveiling the new cover at the beginning of June, XXL is ready to start rolling out the freestyles, and they begin with New Jersey's own Fetty Wap.
As we lead up to Vince Staples' debut project, Summertime '06, the rapper has been keeping his name active across the web.
ASAP Rocky's new album is out now, and as we saw over the weekend, the album performed pretty well opening week. A.L.L.A. moved 146,478 including streams, thus debuting at #1 on the Billboard 200.
Boogie's had a relatively quick rise in the rap game, undoubtedly thanks to the fact that he sounds like he's been doing this for years. Although he only put out his first proper mixtape, Thirst 48, last summer, when we spoke to him at the time he confirm
Following this past weekend’s kickoff show in Houston, where he switched Madonna lyrics with Rihanna, Drake made the next stop in his “Jungle” Tour at The Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit on Wednesday night for another exciting show with Fut
Revolt TV recently hopped on a call with the locked up rapper Max B, and the rapper decided to spit a freestyle over the phone. He's obviously got some melodies floating around in his head, as he creates his own hook and raps a verse too.
Over the past weekend, Childish Gambino performed down in Baltimore for the Preakness Fest 2015, which is where American Pharoah (the horse) won the second leg of the triple crown.
Charles Hamilton and Vic Mensa are about as different from one another as underground-minded rappers can be.
Vic Mensa is definitely coming up in the world, in part thanks to a major Kanye West co-sign (that includes a verse from Ye on his hard-hitting single "U Mad").
Outside of last month’s trifecta release, Bizzy Crook has been relatively quiet when it comes to new content. Making his way by Heavyweights radio recently, Bizzy decides to change all that and bless fans with a new freestyle over the airwaves.
If you've never heard of "the word challenge," allow freestyle master King Los to introduce you. Basically, the gist is that you get people to throw random words at you, and use those as jumping off points for bars.