Bronx emcee Kid Daytona hits us with some new visuals for his track “Fly Lullaby” off of his critically acclaimed The Interlude mixtape. For those of you who have been following this guy, you’re probably aware by now, he puts out some of the best quality videos. This one is no different – filmed in Puerto Rico, the setting is awesome. Check out the visuals for “Fly Lullaby” right here, and be sure to share your thoughts.
The Roots have officially announced their next LP release – undun. The album is slated to drop on December 6th, so mark your calendars. “Make My” is the first single released off the album, and features Mississippi emcee Big K.R.I.T. Check out the song after the break, and be sure to share your thoughts.
Here is the newest video off of MURS and Ski Beatz new collaboration album Love and Rockets, Vol. 1, which is in stores now. Although I don’t think this release quite compares to the 9th Wonder album, there is definitely some heat. Check out the video for “316 Ways” right here, and be sure to share your thoughts.
Y’all ready for NAS? One of the greatest emcees of our generation, and of all time for that matter, just dropped some new visuals for his single “Nasty”. Directed by Jason Goldwatch, this video takes Nas back to his native Queens Bridge. Check out the video right here, and let’s hear what you think.
I can’t think of any hip-hop artist who has had more fan videos dedicated in their honor than J Dilla. For this video, creator Alan Gonzalez used Donuts to create all of the visuals. If you know anything about Jay Dee, what could be more appropriate? Check out the video right here, and let us know what you think.
This track features Focus, T3 of Slum Village, and regular Little Brother collaborator Joe Scudda. “The Hard Way” has a nice, classic hip-hop sound to it. The trio keeps it real simple and I think that’s what makes the track. Check it out after the break, and let’s hear what you think.
Compton emcee Kendrick Lamar and LA electronic-producer Nosaj Thing teamed up with Windows Phone on this project. The video after the break highlights the two working in the studio, and some of the thoughts and ideas behind the collaboration. Personally, I’m a big fan of the end result, but we want to hear what you think, so check out the BTS video and the track after the break, and be sure to share your thoughts.