Common recently dropped the much anticipated visuals for the lead single, “Blue Sky”, off of his upcoming The Dreamer / The Believer album which is set to drop this December. Check out the official video right here, and be sure to share your thoughts.
This song is a conglomeration of emcees from superstar groups gone solo. Rapper Big Pooh (Little Brother), Phife Dawg (A Tribe Called Quest), and T3 (Slum Village) team up with DJ Booth to remix “They Say” off of Pooh’s upcoming Dirty Pretty Things album. The album will drop November 1st, so check out the remix right here and be on the lookout.
tabi drops some new visuals for “Feeling More” off of his new The Summer Years album which was produced entirely by the legendary Ski Beatz. I’m definitely digging the vibe of this track, and I think tabi has showed some serious progress. Check out the video after the break, and be sure to check out The Summer Years as well.
Chicago’s finest emcee lays his rhymes down over this super soulful track produced by fellow windy-city resident D. Steele. “Let’s Move” is the first single off of an upcoming project called D. Steele’s Detonators. This unique music video features hand drawn imagery that works beautifully with the track. Check it out right here, and be sure to share your thoughts.
One of my favorite emcees, Freeway, hits us with this new, highly energetic track. “Turn It Up”, off of an upcoming project entitled Intermission, features Freezer beasting over a radio-ready track. I could definitely see this turning into a video track. Check it out after the break, and let’s hear what you think. Continue reading →
Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar is rapidly become one of my favorite new emcees. This guy can spit like crazy. His new single “Rigamortis” gets absolutely destroyed! Check out the visuals right here, and be sure to share your thoughts.
Maryland emcee Phil Ade brings back his #PhilAdeFriday series with a bang. “College Girl” is a dedication to his higher education sweet hearts from one campus to the next. Check out the track after the break, and let’s hear what you think. Continue reading →