Ebro in The Morning has a tough one when it comes to classic hip hop duos, but one gotta go. Which one would you chose? Oukast, Clipse, Black Star or Mobb Deep?
Damn he defintely let some SHIT off of this album…I like it, but its just OK, should have been great!
Earlier this week, after tons of delays—including a 5-month stint in jail—Meek Mill finally released his sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money. The 14-track album features Drake, Future, Chris Brown, and of course, Nicki Minaj. The album is projected to sell somewhere around 200 thousand copies, which is an awesome payoff for a project that at one point was in limbo.
A MUST watch for any REAL hip-hop fan!
New York City Radio during the 1980s featured the most dynamic and influential soundtrack the city has ever heard.
Revolutions On Air is the story of mix show legends and studio wizards like Shep Pettibone, Tony Humphries, The Latin Rascals, Marley Marl, and Kool DJ Red Alert – innovators whose “anything goes” attitude pushed the emerging hip-hop, electro, freestyle, and house music scenes and kept radio listeners citywide hooked to their tape decks in order to record these now-classic mixes.
WOW…he killed it!
Old head DJ’s might be mad at this…but hey, it is the future…embrace it!
A revolution is underway: Mixfader is the first connected crossfader provided with a dedicated DJ app that dematerializes the classic turntables on any smartphone and tablet. Anyone can now mix and scratch anywhere and anytime.
Designed by sound engineers in collaboration with professional turntablists, Mixfader is both an intuitive and powerful solution that meets professional requirements.
Control your crossfader as a pro to create perfect sound cutting and original compositions through returning movements.
Create your own routines by reinventing scratching and mixing techniques. You have never been so close to become the next C2C.
Shouts to the fam DJ RDO for this one!
WOW…thats a lot of fuckin people to work on one damn song!
Def interested in hearing what this kid has to offer if THE Doctor has signed him!
Pusha T’s epic verse on very epic Rap Monument (produced by the beat wizard Hudson Mohawke).
This should be interesting…although I’ve never been a big fan of songs with more than 3 people on it, and this has 30…we shall see!
Three Cities. Thirty Rappers. One Track. The Rap Monument. Coming Soon.
New visual from the fam Ant! Featuring Music by Modus titled “Tenements”!
Last night in BKNY at Mass Appeal/Killer Mike and El-P’s “Run The Jewels 2” album event,Nas stopped by and he premiered new HEAT called “The Season”, which is over the classic J Dilla instrumental “Gobstopper”!
Def Jam was started 30 years ago in Rick Rubin’s NYU dorm room. Watch him go back to the place where it all began for the very first time.
On the heels of the release of the epic video for “Easy Rider,” Action Bronson responds to comments left on his Youtube page. Count on Bam Bam to leave no stone unturned and no bowl unsmoked.
For this installment of Rhythm Roulette, we linked up with the man who tears down shows in Teva sandals, Stones Throw Records Producer/rapper Jonwayne. We took Jonwayne to Poobah Records in Pasadena, CA to pick out three records while blindfolded. The fun begins once we start to witness what he came up with. Out of the three records, he ended up going drawing joints from The Ritchie Family’s Give Me A Break, as well as The Stylistics’ Sun & Soul record he considered using to be “cheating,” because it’s a given that there is good shit on there. Nonetheless, your boy crafted two joints back-to-back for your listening pleasure.
Here is a preview of what they have in store…looks like this might be frikken awesome.
haha…this is awesome!
Shouts to DanO! for this one!
The famo Ant linked with producer Modus from Hungary for his latest dope visual!
Our good friends over at Legendary Styles have 5 new DOPE Tees for the people!
1995 was a great year, and one that birthed The Purple Tape!
This tee pays homage to one of the best rap album’s of all time!
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Told you this dude wasn’t Nas!