Another hardbody track produced by Stan Da Man. The joint is called “Hit Me” and features Innocent?, Skanks The Rap Martyr and Sauce Money. The production is a dope spin on a James Brown hit! Some of y’all may recognize it from Nas’ “Where Are They Now?” track. The sick sample is tough. Stan Da […]Read More Innocent?, Skanks The Rap Martyr & Sauce Money Go Hard on “Hit Me” Produced by Stan Da Man
It Was Written Tho… For their latest visual Philly’s O.T. The Real & Big Ooh (who after being recently signed by Fat Joe is the newest artist to wave the Terror Squad emblem) “Take It In Blood,” over a classic Nas instrumental. O.T. The Real & Big new EP, The 5, produced by Dougie OTB […]Read More O.T. The Real & Big Ooh Freak Nas’ “Take It In Blood”
Tragedy Khadafi is a Queensbridge legend. He started from humble beginnings and overcame struggle to become the icon he is today. He inspired so many rappers through tough love and his unique style. He contributed a style and sound that hip hop artists respect and often duplicated over time. When he dropped Intelligent Hoodlum as […]Read More Tragedy Khadafi: A Queensbridge Icon (Interview)
After taking a year long hiatus, the New England lyricist Price Stylez makes a resurgence with his latest M-Credible [MPhatik Sounds Inc.] produced “Furious Stylez” from the upcoming LP Black Mass: Reloaded. If your not acquainted with the Dorchester, MA spitter, he’s a Hip-Hop lyricist in the truest sense of the word, with clear influences from the likes of Nas […]Read More New England’s Price Stylez Reloads After Hiatus with “Furious Stylez” Single
How could you judge an album mad quick without listening to it a few times. My synopsis after a few repeated listens, I can honestly say that I like the album, but I’m not completely blown away by it. Still has to grow on me a little more. I guess you can say that I’m […]Read More Is “Nasir” Overrated or Under-Appreciated?
Hip-Hop – when compared to other genres of music, it is relatively new. However, since its birth in 1973, Hip-Hop has seen numerous forms. From the early days of break driven cuts, to the first introduction of the Emcee in a larger role, to today’s so-called “Mumble Rap” with beats more suitable for the strip […]Read More Wrath of the Gods — Mumble Rap, Lonzo Ball, and Hip-Hop’s History Lesson