New York native and Mogul Club member Radamiz finally released his Writeous after nearly four years of hinting at it’s release. It’s potential was shown since the beginning of it’s announcement, and friends and fans couldn’t be more excited to hear what he has had in store for us. Writeous embodies the soul of a . . .
Top Dawg Entertainment fans were finally rewarded for their patience on March 4th, 2015. Anthony Tiffith gave Kendrick Lamar fans everywhere another taste of the alluring sound that was presented on To Pimp a Butterfly. I am a big fan of Kendrick’s music. I feel as if no other man – or whatever artistic creature he is – in . . .
It’s been almost a year since we last heard anything from Earl Sweatshirt – excluding the minor leak 2 weeks ago. Today, Earl Sweatshirt dropped 3 tracks under his production alias randomblackdude. Previously known for being in charge of 90% of all production on his sophmore album I Don’t Like S**t, I Don’t Go Outside, randomblackdude released 3 songs via . . .
Recently Young Thug has been teasing the next addition to his critically acclaimed series, Slime Season 3, via Instagram. Today, Thug blesses the patiently awaiting fans with a new banger. With Isaac Flame on production the ATL-born rapper lays his typical flow and clears up criticism on his feminine dressing habits, and rumors of his sexuality. . . .
It is only the first week of 2016 and Father has already blessed his fans with a 3rd release. Earlier this week the Atlanta-native shared a cover of Mya‘s classic song “Best of Me” and a sneak-peak single of his joint-project with Archibald Slim entitled “Dionysus.” Not afraid of overfilling his fan’s ears with his sound, Father, drops his third track . . .
Ty Dolla $ign links with modern moguls to release not just one but two remixes of his hit single, “Blasé.” Back in late June Ty blessed his fans with a single from his highly anticipated album ,Free TC. Production was delivered by DJ Spinz as he gave us electronic production strong enough to have Future and Rae Sremmurd turn it up a . . .
Dallas native Dandii Sun delivers an emotional powerhouse of a song with “The EXBS.” Recently, Sun has been gaining attention in the underground music scene for releasing projects that reach artistic heights of professionals in the industry. His newest single doesn’t fail to do the exact same. He describes an interesting scene of a man accusing his significant-other of cheating on him. “It’s . . .
Connecticut native Myke Green releases beautiful visuals to back up his syrupy single, “TPAIN.” Visuals were yet to be released when I came across this single for the first time and let me tell you, the first impression was a very solid one. Production is handled by Blvc Svnd who brings a nasty bass that snarls at us behind Green’s . . .
It is August 11, 1973. The party is at 1520 Sedgwick Avenue, Bronx, New York. Dj Kool Herc, the man known as the “father of hip-hop,” is face to face with the largest crowd he has ever played for, to this date. At that time, what we know as hip-hop today was born. Known for his idiosyncratic style of using . . .
Brooklyn, New York needs to make way for a new wave of amazing and intricate sounds bought to us by Mogul Club’s Radamiz and King Critical. The two young artists gained major attention with the release of their globally acclaimed video, “Best of Brooklyn Cypher 2013,” where they are shown delivering ridiculous, and powerful lyricism that they would . . .
RZA, the head honcho of innovative hardcore hip-hop New York collective Wu Tang Clan, dropped a precious stone among the Clan’s oldest fans. The leader of the clan turns back to the speaker company Boombotix to dig up another old track from the Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version sessions by the late, great ODB, . . .
“Lord Knows” is a surprise to some, but we can’t say that the signs weren’t there. A month or so ago, photos were leaked via Instagram of Alanta’s Metro Boomin, New York’s Joey Bada$$, and Chicago’s very own G Herbo aka Lil Herb in the studio together. To see Metro and Herb together would be rather . . .
The last time we heard from Pusha T he blessed us with a Kanye West produced single entitled “Lunch Money” and has stayed fairly quiet since the self-proclaimed “accidental drop”. The silence is broken and on November 9, 2015 we were informed exclusively by Billboard that the Virgina Beach rapper is now the new president of the notorious, versatile, and aesthetically advanced . . .