Looking for some Max B music? Well has just released Amalgam Digital Series Vol 1: Prelude To Vigilante Season MAX B & YOUNG RIOT A Wave Called Yes. This mixtape will serve as a prelude to Max B’s highly anticipated debut album Vigilante Season on Amalgam Digital. A Wave Called Yes’ first single Young… Read more »
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T.I. isn’t taking any prisoners on “Takers.” This goes hard. Listen up, competition.
What do you think of Drake & Jeezy’s new song? Listen below to the CDQ version of “Unforgettable.” [Download]
ChartWatch for May 19, 2010 There isnt a big change in the charts this week (well theres one but well talk about Trina later) but there are some big albums coming out. Lets get the charts out of the way first. There isnt any Hip Hop in the top ten this week and, once again, the… Read more »
With both of his new Revenue Retrievin albums selling like crazy across the country, E-40 seems to have again solidified his place in hip hop history with another successful independent release. As one of the few West Coast artists to no have never been under Dr. Dre at one point or another, E-40 continues to… Read more »
This has to be a leaked record, but since fans are dying to hear some Detox, the security dam at Aftermath sprouted out Flashy. The song features Dr. Dre and Snoop reunited like back in the Death Row days. The full story on it has yet to be revealed, but check it out. video platformvideo… Read more »
The Harlem duo did it again.The new Boss of All Bosses 2.5 hosted by DJ Drama. Camron and Vado hit you with the smash songs ” Speaking in Tounges “,”I Ain’t Mad at You”, “Yall Killing Me”.The mixtape also features Kid Kudi,Fabolous and Willie The Kid. Overall a good follow up to Boss of All… Read more »
Black music has many streams of expression, 2 of the most prominent being Hip-Hop and Reggae. And when you go back far enough, these traditions are seen to have their roots in the music of Africa. This truth is the basis for Nas and Damian Marleys unique collaboration Distant Relatives, which aims to not only… Read more »
ChartWatch for May 12, 2010 By DeVaughn Douglas Hip Hop was riding high last week with B.o.B finally helping the genre grab the number one spot. But that was last week. This week B.o.B takes a significant (and lets face it, expected in this sales climate) drop from number one to number 12 selling… Read more »
Yelawolf really doesnt want to go pop the trunk. He just wants his latest Trunk Muzik mixtape to bump in yours. And from his opening performances on Wiz Khalifa’s “Deal or No Deal” tour, the Alabama new comer truly offers a different sound to the game, so much so that one may find pin-pointing his… Read more »
ChartWatch for May 5, 2010 Happy Cinco De Mayo! You know what that means the radio is going resurrect reggaeton for the day. If youre a fan enjoy it. Go celebrate. Hit a bar and have a drink .and if youre a fan of rap take an extra shot because a Hip Hop artist finally made it to… Read more »
Jeezy is back to the hood with this super sequel mixtape, Trap Or Die 2 with DJ Don Cannon. Oddly, he’s still using the name “Young Jeezy,” when it seemed like he was just going to use Jeezy. Anyway – Click here to download it.
The “Champ is here Part 3″ is finally here! Hosted by the games top mixtape DJ’s DJ Drama and DJ Green Lantern.The mixtape features Nas, Nicki Minaj , Sheek Louch , Styles P and more.The tape has a classic Hip-Hop feel with just pure lyrics. The songs to check for “Soldier Survivors”, “All Falls down”… Read more »
Jay Electronica to some is Hip-Hops last hope. While that is not likely the case, the New Orleans representive has surly made a strong case for the notion. Case in point, this new song called The Ghost of Christopher Wallace. Diddy rights shotgun with the adlibs and s**t talk. There is hope now listen.
Dipset/ThundaByrd Rapper JR Writer drops his highly anticipated new mixtape “Still Standing” alongside DJ Ill Will, DJ Thoro, Big Mike & DJ Rockstar. The Harlem, New York MC loaded this mixtape with 25 tracks including almost 80 minutes worth of music. Includes features from Cassidy, Drag-On, 40 Cal, Fred Money, Fresh & Promise. www.twitter.com/thisisJRWriter