Yessir, Detroit hip-hop is alive and well. It may be the only thing in the D that is…
Why the fuck do the people out in Singapore get to hear a live version of this shit? You think they understand half of what’s going on. I bet if you asked the entire audience at this show what g-funk is they’d assume it was some type of food. This is a track that should exclusively be performed at
ASAP delivers once again with a solemn video for a solemn track. I wonder how solemn he really is after signing a $3 million deal with RCA.
Last Monday, Yelawolf dropped his long-awaited debut, Radioactive. Here’s a 24 hour look at Catfish Billy during his release day. Get with it and purchase the album now.
Hate to say it, but Childish Gambino is a punchline rapper….Regardless this guy can spit pretty well. Here is some footage of him discussing a bunch of shit including:
Donald talks to Nick Huff Barili about Kanye West and the lane he created for artists like Childish Gambino, and also talks about whom he sees as his peers in the Hip Hop world and how he identifies with artists who build themselves like A$AP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar and more.
Detroit hip-hop stems much farther than just Enimen & D12. Without J. Dilla, Obie Trice, Royce Da 5’9″ the legendary Trick Trick, we would not consider Detroit hip-hop to be as tough and rugged as we do. This video explains just how deep the culture runs.
The death of Heavy D has brought many back to his legendary music. There are countless hip-hop artists that will tell you they got into music because of him. That’s the most sincere form of flattery. RIP Heavy
Literally waited all day for this shit. What more could you want this holiday season than another Juicy J mixtape. #Wetrippymane
Sat here for about 20 seconds trying to figure out what I should comment underneath this video. Then I realized it’s a Meek Mill video…
20 years ago, Heavy D won some major Soul Train Awards for his hits. Following his death earlier in the month, it is only fitting that a tribute in his name would be appropriate. Doug E Fresh, Goodie Mob, Naughty By Nature, Big Daddy Kane, Kurtis Blow and a few more Hip Hop all-stars shine a light for Heavy D above.