Dub is back, and this time he brings us his latest visual for his song “The Flow.” Join the block party with Dub and check out the video above.
In Curren$y’s latest episode of “24 Hours With Curren$y” he takes us from New Orleans to NYC where he appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night (July 16th). Watch as he takes us backstage, and shows us his point-of-view of being on the show. He includes his thoughts in the form of tweets edited into the video.
Yelawolf took to his facebook and twitter account earlier to announce that after meeting in Denmark, the album “Country Cuzins” is in progress. The album is a collaboration with fellow southern rapper Big K.R.I.T.
I got the chance to interview the group The Dean’s List a few months back. Check out the audio of that interview above. The full written interview is available below.
As promised, Yelawolf brings us his new mixtape “Heart of Dixie” today. The short, 10 song, mixtape includes songs like “Father’s Day” and “Let Me Out.” Mixtape stream, tracklist, and download below.
Update: Mastered version of the mixtape now available.
Lo Keys joins up with Glasses Malone and LiveSosa for the track “Love 2 Rock.” The song is off his upcoming mixtape ”American Greed” (Scams, Schemes, and Broken Dreams), which drops next Friday.
Here’s an in-studio look at Dub’s latest “First Stop Harlem” featuring Fat Trel. The video is just a sneak peek, but expect the finished product to drop soon.
After leaving the fans hanging for over a year, XV brings a visual to his song “Swervin’.” The song, originally from his Zero Heros mixtape, is featured on his Awesome EP released today. Check out the video above.
After leaving everyone hanging with just photos from the Missed Calls video, Mac finally decided to release it to the public. Missed Calls is a song from Mac Miller’s album “Blue Slide Park,” released November of 2011. Check out the video above directed by Rex Arrow Films.
After being banned by the NYPD from playing a show at the Highline Ballroom in NYC, MGK took to Biggie’s favorite recording room to drop a freestyle for fans who would miss the show and critics that are still coming after him. MGK says he was disappointed he couldn’t do the show as he says a lot of important people in Hip Hop usually come out to the NY shows.