The feel good gangster is back at it with a set of visuals that focus on community-police relations, living like Tupac, and of course Nipsey’s new clothing venture. “Picture Me Rollin'” features Hussle’s classic flow over woozy, yet banging R&B influenced production that provides a kushy bed for OverDoz.’s Kent to lay his vocals upon. Directed by Be El Be, the visuals above show simply, the marathon continues for Nipsey and All Money In Records.
Fool’s Gold signee and Philadelphia representative GrandeMarshall lets loose a visual from his stellar tape. If you have yet to check out My Brothers Keeper, you can (and should) check it here. Enjoy “Never Change” above and be on the lookout for more from the gritty philly MC.
The ever elusive Ab pops his head up for a pair of verses that make even the most cynical rap critic crack a smile. Really nothing like a Dreamville & T.D.E collab, enjoy above and keep your fingers crossed for more from the Black Lip Pastor, he’s up next in Top’s rotation. Also don’t sleep on Bas.
If you add up the receipt total, it make no sense. But more importantly than the cover art: “No Shopping” gives us what is certainly the best from French since Wave Gods [Free Max B], and we get Drake coming back at Joe Budden – who has been harassing him with lyrics lately. Enjoy the sure to be billboard single above and peep more on the so called ‘beef’ after the jump. Continue reading →
The production duo known commonly as Cookin’ Soul, more appropriately referred to as the Spanish Goats, drop of the sixth sense of their summer series, and while they say the sequel is never as good as the original, I can tell you with the utmost certainty that this latest tide of Summer Waves is not to be criticized. Fans of Kanye, Jigga and rap music in general will recognize several samples. May this mix quench your thirst.
Today is the day. Blank Face LP is out on apple music and will hit other streaming sites in the next couple of days. For now enjoy a much better version of Q’s lead single above and for the love of god don’t sleep on this album.
On what seems like a whim Krizzle drops off a dozen fresh freestyles, making this blogger’s day exponentially better. Check out K.R.I.T’s take on “That Part” above and the rest of the roman numerals (which includes “Hype”, “Wicked” and a few other radio bangers) after the jump.
Royce visualizes the title track to his latest project Layers. In between excepts from the ever articulate Louis Farrakhan and drums of Detroit’s own Mr. Porter, the trio trade some incredible punchlines. Bad Half Ent. takes care of the cameras as they survey a few robbery scenes with some neon lighting thrown in for good measure. Enjoy above and expect more work from Push, 5’9′ & Ross to come later this year.