As reported by AllHipHop, A$AP Ferg revealed some new information while performing at Summer Jam XX yesterday.
First of all, he and Hot 97 personality Peter Rosenberg announced the release date for his upcoming Trap Lord project, that being August 20th.
We recently saw a tentative track list for Big Sean's upcoming Hall Of Fame album, and now more details have come to light in an interview with DJ Semtex. The two discussed the project at length after a private listening session at Metropolis Studios in London, England.
Big Sean recently stopped by DJ Whoo Kid's Shade 45 radio show and discussed working with Eminem, his new album Hall Of Fame and his relationship with Kanye West, among other things. He also defended his self-appointed status as one of the best rappers currently out.
While emcees and rappers are mostly lauded for their lyrical capability, there’s something astonishing about having voice control, diversified delivery and for whatever reason, having a voice that stands out.
In a recent interview with Bulgarian urban media outlet 359HipHop, DMX discussed his legal troubles, Eminem's "Rap God" status, the evolution of the game and his aspiration to eventually become a pastor (not a priest).
Flavor Flav may not be at the top of his game when it comes to hip-hop, but he's still keeping up with the current cats in the rap game, and in a new interview, provided his honest opinion on the status of hip-hop.
Complex has reported that former No Limit rapper Mr. Magic, aka Awood Johnson, was killed in a car accident in Mississippi on Friday at the age of 45. His wife was also killed in the crash, but their daughter, who was riding with them at the time, thankfully survived.
There's quite a bit of repetition in the game these days, and specific lyrics tend to get overlooked (with the exception of open rap letters from Jay-Z). This is an opportunity to take a closer listen and really consider what these artists have to say.
To answer the above question, yes, mostly. His recent headlines alone show that there’s something to Nipsey Hussle, and we do get a glimpse of what that 'something' may be in Crenshaw.
Overall, the tape is a good listen and a sound effort.