Big Inf returns today with a new single off his ‘New Industry: The Playlist’. Big Inf hails from the Fordham section of The Bronx and has created and maintained an exciting buzz for himself online.
Harlem (by way of Little Rock, AR) artist Rent Money wrote, recorded this record while sleeping on the A train at night. What could be more perfect on a playlist that reps New York???!?!?!?!
Marcus Gonzalez, better known as “M.A.G” joined Microfiend in winter of 2015, with the motivation that his "fresh" Hip-Hop and R&B beats from Jamaica, Queens would push a new sound in the group.
Wize is a rapper with a truly unique flow and style. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, originally but is currently based in Miami, FL, for the last decade where he has been pursuing his music career. He is a part of the explosive creative collective, Dusa Gang. His songs blur the lines between old school hip-hop and modern trap influences, creating a raw and earnest sound.
The Self Proclaimed "King Of Brooklyn" Maino has just rereleased some heat for the streets.
The song "God bless" is an ode to all the haters that wanna stop him from doing what he's supposed to be doing out here on these streets of New York which is staying fly getting all the woman and keeping those licks coming in which is another way of saying " Im getting money".
World wide sounds Dj Chase is no stranger to the Rap Game. With an album done called "Diary Of A Mad Black Man" he put out in 2013. Dj Chase is back with a brand new single featuring up and coming Bronx Rapper Dolo who by chance snagged Big inf to get on this banger called "On The Move" prod. Mazik Beats.
The Diplomats rocky history shouldn’t come as a surprise to any rap fan as this point. Since the group exploded in the early 2000s, the crew has fallen out more times than we can remember.
In late September,DJ Premier released a full-length Project with singer-songwriter Torii Wolf. Now, the legendary hip-hop producer is back with a new single featuring Harlem rapper AS$AP Ferg. It’s called “Our Streets” and marks the duo’s first joint effort.
After photos of Remy Ma and Lil Kim in the studio started popping up on Instagram in September, it was obvious the pair was getting ready to drop something colossal. The two rap vets are finally here with the collaborative single “Wake Me Up,” one of the results from those sessions.
Statik Selektah is easily one of the most underrated producers of the last 10 years and it’s crazy that he’s already on his eight studio album which is titled simply 8...
When he’s not playing co-pilot on Action Bronson’s F*ck That’s Delicious, Queens MC Meyhem Lauren gets busy cooking up some marvelous s*** of his own. One could ponder how many of the show’s viewers who bemoan the state of hip-hop may not realize there’s a true blue spitter right in front of them in Lauren. Hopefully they don’t miss out on Gems From The Equinox, the new collaboration album between Lauren and DJ Muggs.
TRIBECA-GRAND represents an unprecedented culmination of nearly 50 years of combined professional experience, and a shared cultural experience in Hip-Hop dating almost back to day one. The Bronx is the birthplace of Hip-Hop. Philadelphia is the home of the first Rapper to win a Grammy. From the hood to Hollywood, this team represents the essence of all the best Hip-Hop has to offer. TRIBECA-GRAND were destined to play the Sport Of The Gods.
There’s no denying New York City natives J-Hood and Big Twins‘ refreshing energy together on a record. Can you agree? If not, hopefully after this article we will have changed your mind a bit.
C.Notes is the well seasoned popular rap artist out of Brooklyn NY equipped with mind blowing punchlines & witty flows. He often boast about being the next big thing out of Brooklyn:
Set to an incredibly infectious beat, BL’EVE Brown’s “FINESSE” is the perfect introduction to the New Jersey-based rapper. The Jamaican-flavored Harlem native enlisted the production skills of Platinum Beat Service to craft the beat and frequent collaborator Jimmy 2Shoes to throw in some extra vocal help.
Having announced their new album The Saga Continues last month with the release of lead single “People Say,” Wu-Tang drops the second track from the project and shares the artwork and track listing.
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).