ol thang back

Juelz Santana – “Ol Thang Back” ft. Jadakiss, Method Man, Redman, Busta Rhymes

Juelz Santana has been getting active again as of late. His most recent effort, “Ol Thang Back,” features a slew of well established veterans – Jadakiss, Method Man, Redman, and Busta Rhymes. The Jahlil Beats-produced effort sounds a bit dated from my perspective, but there are still some bars worth listening to. Stream “Ol Thang . . .

what yo hood like
New Music Apr 22  |  

Mistah F.A.B. – “What Yo Hood Like” ft. Jadakiss (prod. Pete Rock)

All you really have to tell me is “Pete Rock made the beat” and I’m in. Mistah F.A.B. and Jadakiss trade aggressive bars over energetic production from the legendary producer on “What Yo Hood Like.” Both veteran emcees deliver as expected. Look for Mistah F.A.B.’s Son of a Pimp 2 to release on May 27th, and . . .

respect my conglomerate 2

Busta Rhymes – “Respect My Conglomerate 2” ft. Fabolous, Jadakiss, and Styles P

Busta Rhymes blesses listeners with “Respect My Conglomerate 2”, a smoother less bouncing version than its original. Again, we are revisited by the mysteriously accented female vocals on the hook that give this song’s series it’s own flare and differentiation, in a way. 🔥”Respect My Conglomerate 2″🔥 By: #BustaRhymes ft Fabolous, Jada Kiss & Styles . . .

Real Rap
New Music Jan 14  |  

Yo Gotti – “Real Rap” ft. Jadakiss

“Real Rap” was leaked today by rapper Yo Gotti from his mixtape with DJ Drama.  Together. Yo Gotti and Jadakiss provide lyrics that inspire nostalgia referencing their hometowns.  The track is deeply atmospheric and reflective looping a soulful voice of a woman and an electronic mix that adds a layer of introspection. The theme here . . .

I Can Hear Her Sweat

Girl Talk & Freeway ft. Jadakiss – “I Can Hear Her Sweat”

In preparation for the release of their joint Broken Ankles project tomorrow, Freeway and Girl Talk let loose one last track, “I Can Hear Her Sweat,” featuring Jadakiss. Both Freeway and Jadakiss have been in the game for over a decade, but Girl Talk’s pulse-pounding production has both veterans sounding at home and comfortable in . . .

New Music Jan 1  |  

Lloyd Banks – “Soul Food” (Freestyle)

Lloyd Banks goes in on Fabolous and Jadakiss‘s “Soul Food.” It’s a dish best served hot and Banks is on fire. He previously dropped “End Of An Era” and “Untouchable” freestyles, which makes “Soul Food” the third in his 10-track freestyle series. Listen below.

New Music Dec 30  |  

Lloyd Banks drops freestyle over Pusha T’s “Untouchable”

Lloyd Banks remains “Untouchable” On Christmas Eve, Lloyd Banks announced his #AtYourRequest freestlye series. He started off the with his “End OF An Era” freestyle, where he raps over Jadakiss‘s “Jason” produced by Swizz Beatz. Now, the Queens lyricist delivers his latest freestyle called “Untouchable.” He is confident over Pusha T‘s King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: . . .

New Music May 25  |  

The Best AudioMack Channels For Hip-Hop

The internet can do pretty amazing things for music, whether it’s pop, classic, or brand new. For pop music, it’s almost hard to open a streaming app without hearing the major radio hits. Head to iHeartRadio, pull up iTunes, or log into Spotify, and you’ll find the first playlist labeled Top 40 & Pop, or . . .

Faith Evans & The Notorious B.I.G. - 'The King & I' (Album Stream)

Faith Evans & The Notorious B.I.G. – ‘The King & I’ (Album Stream)

Hip-Hop fans will have some new tunes to rock to for Biggie Smalls‘s birthday on May 21st. Faith Evans drops ‘The King & I,’ a duet album that has been in the works for a while. The 25-song album includes additions from Lil Cease, 112, Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Lil Kim, Jadakiss, Mama Wallace, and more. Stream below . . .

Fake Famous
New Music Jan 30  |  

Mozzy – ‘Fake Famous’ (Album Stream)

Sacramento’s Mozzy has been putting in major work over the last year. Releasing 12 projects last year alone, Mozzy shows no sign of slowing down. His latest release, Fake Famous, keeps up the pace. The 16-track album features the likes of Jadakiss, Dave East, Trae the Truth, G-Eazy, YG and Tank. Mozzy definitely represents the . . .

Holy key

DJ Khaled – “Holy Key” ft. Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean & Betty Wright

“Khaled is valid, I been looking for inspiration. But when you the holy key, you the only one in the matrix.” Big Sean and Kendrick Lamar lay down blockbuster verses, Betty Wright lets loose on the chorus, and just like that DJ Khaled’s “Holy Key” is born. With Khaled’s Major Key album on the way, . . .

Blank Face

ScHoolboy Q – ‘Blank Face’ (Album)

It’s been a long wait, but ScHoolboy Q‘s highly anticipated Blank Face album is here. The guest feature list is pretty stacked, and the singles have been solid thus far. ALBUM OUT NOW!!!! https://t.co/VnxR2xPF4x #BlankFaceLP pic.twitter.com/bPwkMZB6cW — ScHoolboy Q (@ScHoolBoyQ) July 8, 2016 Stream the album below and purchase Blank Face via iTunes. Tracklist: Torch . . .


AM Blacklist: Celebrating Iconic Black Music from 2000 – 2005

You’re probably reading this saying, “I thought Black History Month is over!” Well, you’re technically right. Technically. But, like the anarchist I am, I believe that it should have the maximum amount of days a month is allowed, therefore, as for me and my house, it extends into March 2nd this year. The early half . . .

bank rolls freestyle
New Music Feb 10  |  

Tate Kobang – “Bank Rolls Freestyle” ft. The LOX (Remix)

Tate Kobang‘s “Bank Rolls Freestyle” continues to bubble below the surface. The infectious single, which is actually a remix of Tim Trees’s “Bank Rolls,” is now brought further into the limelight thanks to a remix featuring The LOX. Sheek Louch, Styles P and Jadakiss keep it authentic and make it clear that they’re well known, well . . .


Tsu Surf Transitions From The Battle Arena To The Booth With ‘Newark’ (Album Review)

I wasn’t quite sure how to go about writing this piece. Like most rap fans, I was used to seeing Surf’s name in the battle rap arena. Newark is a change of pace, to say the least. Tsu Surf is a star within the battle rap community and has made a name for himself with his . . .