The funky young group of musicians The Internet, will be releasing their next album Hive Mind on July 20th. To get started, enjoy the first look with their new track ‘Come Over’.
Six years after their classic mixtape Cigarette Boats, Curren$y and Harry Fraud give fans the long awaited follow up, The Marina. With a much more vibrant sound than it’s mellow and gritty counterpart, this new project will be another memorable moment for these future legend’s careers.
Dave Meyers & Dave Free (of The Little Homies) work their creative magic to bring us another crazy visual. They used their skills to piece together Jay Rock’s bars on ‘WIN’.
Fresh off announcing his upcoming album Chris Benoit dropping June 22, the Fly God himself lets loose a short but potent track ‘Evidence Joint’. Via Instagram he assured fans that more new content will pop as we approach the release date.
One of Jamaica’s international superstars Popcaan, finds the girl for him in the visual for ‘My Type’.
Taking advantage of their similarities, while respecting their different approaches, the Bay Area and Detroit have formed a visible connection this year. Being able to emit the same vibes they’ve naturally capitalized, forming a bridge between two of this era’s rawest regions.
CashClick Boog and Tee Grizzley continue that movement with their visual for ‘Key To The Streets’, a track for those who doubted their grind.
Boogie has always been an MC that puts all of himself into a record. From touching on our societies misguided ways to his own issues, he rarely shies away. ‘Self Destruction’ is a banger that’ll have you thinking about some dumb shit you had fun doing in your less evolved moments. Enjoy!
Check out the visual for Mozzy’s intro to his latest project Spiritual Conversations.
DZA touches down in LA and recruits some of the city’s smoothest spitters in the visual for ‘The Hook Up’, off his Not For Sale album.
As we hopefully get closer to their joint project Swervo, G Herbo and Southside drop a dope new track titled ‘Focused’. With sunny California as their backdrop these two young powerhouses demonstrate how to simultaneously grind and stunt.