It’s been a while since we’ve heard Houston rapper, Travi$ Scott. Scott’s debut project Owl Pharoah was arguably one of the best mixtapes to drop last year, production credits working with Kanye West and Jay Z, and even opening for Ye’ during the Yeezus tour, we can say that Scott’s been pretty busy. However, La Flame drops his… Read more »
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Twista, Chi-Town’s expeditious wordsmith, visited the heart of New York City’s Midtown to celebrate! The occasion– the official release of the Tung Twista’s ninth studio album, Dark Horse. The world-renowned, LQ New York, hosted the event. Boasting everything from Air Maxes to ascots, from Dom Perignon to Dancehall, an eclectic array of people came out to show… Read more »
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YC The Cynic, is a manifestation of his native Bronx aka Hip-Hop’s birthplace, and he continues to cultivate his niche within the evolving genre. His previous mixtapes You’re Welcome and Fall FWD, resonate with the logophiles who appreciate fluid wordplay. GNK, the début album with producer, Frank Drake, reflects the emerging MC’s mental dexterity in conjunction with an easy delivery…. Read more »
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5 BORO TAKEOVER TOUR: ACTION BRONSON, THE LOX, & FRENCH MONTANA
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Ready for rugged rap? No? Well, its highly likely you will just have to brace yourself . Young Noble and Hussein Fatal will eternally be known as brothers in Tupac’s Outlawz collective. However, it has been years since Pac’s passing and a whole new generation is running rap. What do Fatal and Noble do? Hop… Read more »
Last night, Juicy J’s ‘Never Sober’ tour, was welcomed to New York City’s, Irving Plaza. New-Harlem native, Vinny Cha$e, was an “impromptu” replacement for Travis Scott. Challenged with igniting the gathering crowd’s interest, Cha$e, performed sans his signature Chanel ski-mask. From indifferent side-eyeing to a lackadaisical response from Vinny’s insistence to, ‘Ball, Ball,” the hometown… Read more »
RICK ROSS ‘MASTERMIND’ ALBUM RELEASE CONCERT