pardon me
New Music Apr 4  |  

Gucci Mane – “Pardon Me” ft. Rocko

Gucci Mane reunites with fellow Atlanta rapper, Rocko, after their beef in 2013 which spilled into the Twittersphere. Today they share the 808 Mafia-produced banger, “Pardon Me.” Listen below.


Gucci Mane – “Coachella” (Prod. by TM88, Murda Beatz & !llmind)

Stream Guwop’s “Coachella” Gucci Mane is currently on the road for the “Trap God” U.S. tour. He got in some great performance time in California at the 2017 Coachella Music & Arts Festival recently. He is making noise online tonight by dropping a new track entitled “Coachella.” This follow up of the Rocko-featuring “Pardon Me” is . . .


Album Review: Future – “Honest”

Atlanta rapper and auto-tune crooner Future finally released his long-awaited sophomore album Honest on April 22, 2014, the follow up to his 2012 debut Pluto. After months of speculation and pushbacks, it was unclear as to when Honest would be available, until a release date was announced last month, and again during Outkast’s Coachella reunion. . . .

New Music Nov 28  |  

Mixtape: Jeezy & CTE – “#ItsThaWorld2”

It’s been a good month. In November, Jeezy has dropped “Foul Play,” signed to Roc Nation, and today debuts the second volume of CTE‘s #ItsThaWorld mixtape series. Running in at eight tracks total, the project features previously released tracks from Jeezy, Doughboys Cashout, and YG. Guest appearances come from 2 Chainz, Rocko, Big K.R.I.T., and . . .

Mix For Diplo
New Music Nov 23  |  

Mix: Shlohmo – “Mix For Diplo & Friends”

Back in October, remix king Shlohmo pieced together a 45 minute mix for Diplo & Friends on BBC Radio, featuring the likes of Cam’ron, Dr. Octagon, Big L, Phil Collins, Makaveli, Vybz Cartel, and more. Shlohmo is well known for his screw-influenced production style, and he puts it to great use throughout this blunted, chilled-out . . .

Jun 22  |  

Hip-Hop Overseers: Kanye West’s "New Slaves" and the Hip-Hop/Slavery Complex

By R. Kayeen Thomas, Author/Social Justice Advocate Let me begin by saying that I appreciate any mainstream rap song that can convince me it’s more than a massive collision of overused genitalia, black urban corpses, and Ciroc. The sad reality is that after I realized Mos Def and Talib Kweli weren’t starting their own labels . . .