DJ Shadow – Urgent, Important, Please Read Feat. Tef Poe, Rockwell Knuckles & Daemon

DJ Shadow revving up for the release of the forthcoming album, Pathetic our age. As the campaign continues, the producer enlists the trifecta for help echoed his paranoia in dystopic new single, “Urgent, Important, Please Read.” The song features Tef Poe and Rockwell Knuckles from St. Louis, and Daemon, because they are urged to resist … Read more

Divine – Remand Ft. Dave East

Nas Mass Appeal launched several years ago and he made some big plays with the company as a whole since. Not only do they produce some incredible online content but the label is filled with some of the best talents in hip-hop. With the launch of Mass Appeal India, a signatory to the first Spanish … Read more

2019 MTV VMAs: Megan Thee Stallion, Rick Ross, Big Sean & More Hit The Red Carpet

Another year, another MTV Video Music Awards. Now, it seems like this is the only time of the year when MTV actually has a block of time dedicated specifically to praising music, as opposed to reality television, but it is a story for another day. VMAs respect visuals that bring music to life. Regardless of … Read more

Twitter Reacts To Barack Obama’s Summer Playlist Selection

Obama continues to flex his muscles as a taste maker. Barack Obama returns with another summer song list, adding to his vocabulary of choice to highlight what he and his wife Michelle have played this season. “With the summer subsiding, here’s an example of what Michelle and I have listened to – some new, some … Read more

The Obamas’ Summer Playlist Features Drake, Rihanna, Lizzo & More

It was the year when Barack Obama flexed great tastes in art. Although initially a presidential tradition, since leaving the White House, Barack has been in the habit of sharing what he reads and listens to during winter and summer. After distributing his summer reading list last week, he is now back with a playlist … Read more

V Scripts – Been A Ghost

How can a teenage book obsessed with comics become its own, using hip-hop as a stepladder? Without further ado, I present to you V Script, a rapper who describes himself as “the East Coast spirit living on the West Coast.” However, the original V Script might work best with its head in the clouds, or … Read more

Nas, Divine, Naezy & Ranveer Singh – NY Se Mumbai

Nas, Divine, Naezy & Ranveer Singh comes through with another now song,”NY Se Mumbai”. Check it out below ad also remember to share your thoughts using the comment box provided below. Quotable Lyrics: I’m still mourning losses, still traumatizedMy psychological trauma is now monetizedMy life in a rap song is idolizedThe price of that rap song … Read more

Salaam Remi – Find My Love Ft. Nas & Amy Winehouse

Salaam Remi is back with another new song “Find My Love” Featuring Nas & Amy Winehouse. Listen to the new song below and also remember to share your thoughts using the comment box provided below. Quotable Lyrics: Dear past, present, and future, the rapper felt a cute-ayPockets fat like ya boot-ay, I love it when … Read more

Eminem Had The Highest Album Sales In 2018

A great deal of legends turned out in 2018 to favor us with new music. Jay-Z collaborated with Beyonce for Everything Is Love, Nas conveyed his underwhelming eleventh studio album, Nasir and Eminem surprised the world with Kamikaze. Em dropped the album without notice – a strategy that not very many can pull off effectively. … Read more

MP4: Nas – Cops Shot The Kid [ Video]

Nasir Jones has been a power in the diversion for a moment, constantly demonstrating his value as a standout amongst the most esteemed lyricists. Despite the fact that his late spring drop of Nasir neglected to move the majority like his past work, it remained an agreeable tune in through and through, if somewhat surged. In any case, the second track “Cops Shot The Kid” filled in as a quick feature, generally to some degree to the irresistible production from Kanye West; right when the Slick Rick test is very nearly becoming tedious, an unpleasant, diving string area adds a dour layer to the blend.

Presently, Nas has come through with some new visuals for the single. The emotional center pursues a very well-known circumstance, in which a youthful dark man is focused by racial profiling and police ruthlessness. The disappointing situation is compared with thoughtful shots of Nas strolling a shoreline at nightfall, adroitly straightforward yet powerful. Sadly, Ye neglects to show up, however likely for a valid justification. Fortunately, Slick Rick came through for that much-refreshing appearance. Peep the single now, and sound off. Is it true that you are as yet knocking Nasir?