The planet of Brooklyn has spawned some of the most talented and prolific hip hop artists in history. From East New York to Brooklyn Heights the borough is notoriously thorough when it comes to spawning the best that rap has to offer.
Dave East is purely winning at this point.The Ladies Love the 6 foot 5 rapper straight outta Spanish Harlem with that early essence and flow of NY HipHop in the Late 90's early 2000's.
There's no denying the fact that Busta Rhymes is a legend in the game. While he doesn't generally get the same level of props as many of the obvious GOAT contenders, the fact remains that Bus-A-Bus has been a mainstay in the game for nearly two decades. Plus, dude has worked with pretty much everybody, a boast which can now include talented new artists like Canadian rapper Tory Lanez . Now, after teasing the drop a few days back, Busta's latest single "Girlfriend" has surfaced online.
Geechie Suede of Camp Lo fame is getting ready for the release of his debut solo album, and just dropped a video for one of the project’s tracks.
Titled “Phone Check,” the video finds the rapper spitting bars in a number of different locations, over super smooth production (that happens to use a Mobb Deep Prodigy soundbite).
A Mortal Combat inspired track, "Finish Him" is eerie and slow, but bumps nonetheless. The production is extremely unique and eccentric, offering each artist a chance to take their time and offer an innovative, original verse.
South Bronx rapper Fred The Godson has returned from a lengthy hiatus, teaming up with Dave East for the arena-friendly "G5." The vibes are pure New York, even before the rapping begins. Over a beat from DJ Kool-B, both Fred and East come through heavy on the punchlines, delivering something raw for the lyrical heads.
ASAP Ferg is set to drop his new project Still Striving on August 18 which will feature the lead single ‘East Coast‘ with Remy Ma. This mixtape is supposed to be an appetizer for his full length album coming later this year.
The Dipset OG Pays Homage to WWE''s Ric Flair Fo a new song Called "D.I.A"
The song is produced by JB Music Group and Kills Cam doesn't miss a beat
New York City has more unearned stars ready to make some big waves in 2017. The big apple has a whole new cast of emcees ready to tear down the charts.
His solo project is currently out on RCA. This is a huge milestone for the member of the Asap Mob. His newest track is very smooth and has a vining chorus that sits nicely over the Instrumental.
Ali vegas brings you a classic flip of Alchemist based records of the late "Prodigy' H.N.I.C Album. This record By Ali plays more of a Homage to the late Rapper "Prodigy who passed away a few weeks ago.
Back in March, Skyzoo announced plans to release 2 projects in 2017. The Brooklyn Mc Has begun Living Up to his word by dropping the Peddler Theme EP. The EP billed as an "abbreviated features eight solo tracks and gives fans something to enjoy.
Bronx emcee Big Inf has released his new album called" New Industry" with 13 songs. Amidst a sea of Underground Mixtapes releases, Big Inf project sounds incredible for this new digital age and how people consume music in this digital era we are in. Big Inf links up With rapper Ali Vegas to set the record straight