Homeboy Sandman has been giving us dense lyricism for years, and he continues to do so in “Bamboo.” The newly released visual accompaniment is a quirky one, which finds him teleporting to different parts of New York City, complete with some quirky cartoonish special effects that would make SnapChat proud. Artwork is courtesy of The . . .
New York emcees Aesop Rock and Homeboy Sandman have already toured together, and released one joint EP, Lice. They continue the trend with a follow up EP called Lice Two: Still Buggin that reminds us of just how well they fit together. Stream Lice Two: Still Buggin below.
Ever the adept emcee, Homeboy Sandman again fleshes out an utterly engaging track; this time from the mundane act of…riding a bus? Sandman’s uncanny ability to flesh out interesting details from overlooked routines is on full display. You can see the churches and fast food joints he describes whizzing past the window and you can imagine . . .
Add a new name to the hip hop power couples: Beyonce and Jay, Kim and Ye….and now Homeboy Sandman and his hip, tough love interest Sandy Brown in the new video for “Nonbelievers.” Sandman canvases the streets with his lady by his side, or perhaps it’s more accurate to say he is by her side, . . .
“I ain’t going out there, man. I don’t trust no one out there, man. You don’t even know what’s out there, man.” Aesop Rock, Homeboy Sandman, and Open Mike Eagle team up for a brooding, lyrically intensive new record called “Syrup.” This track serves as a lead up to Aesop Rock’s forthcoming album, The Impossible . . .
Homeboy Sandman is set to go on tour in the very near future, but before he does so he uses “Arrows” to blow off some steam. The well versed emcee includes nods to his top five favorite emcees on the project. Stream “Arrows” below and check out Homeboy Sandman’s forthcoming tour dates afterwards. Overseas: AUG . . .
ScienZe has been quiet this year, but the New York emcee proves that he’s still got it with “Decibals,” a new cut featuring a guest verse from Homeboy Sandman and vocals courtesy of Niachene. ScienZe is positioning himself for the release of his forthcoming Bring Back Ella, and the sheer quality of records such as . . .
From here on out, Bronx emcee YC The Cynic will go by the stage name Kemba. Before taking on the new alias, The Farewell Tape brings insight and context on YC as an artist by sharing stories from his beginnings to running into Homeboy Sandman at an open mic. The Farewell Tape is a mix of . . .
ScienZe delivers a new record inspired by a heavy dose of Georgia nostalgia. Drawing on references to Cadillacs, I-95, Stone Mountain and 3000, the Brooklyn emcee makes a strong connection aesthetically that is simultaneously east coast flow and down south feel. There are multiple producers involved and features on Georgia Tape include Homeboy Sandman, JohnNY . . .
Hip hop heads, rejoice. Blu recently went on Twitter and announced that he will be releasing a six track EP with Virginia producer Nottz entitled Gods In The Spirit. For those who may be unaware of Nottz’s name, you have definitely heard his sound. Nottz produced “Barry Bonds” on Kanye West’s Graduation album as well as a . . .
Hip-hop fiend Mr. Mass debuts Jaw Breaker, a project created in conjunction with DJ SimSima that highlights some of the best releases to have dropped i recent months. Jaw Breaker includes big names like Wale, Stalley, Earl Sweatshirt, and Jay Electronica along with underground mainstays such as El-P & Killer Mike, Termanology, MeLo-X, and The Underachievers. Stream below . . .