Before releasing his first full-length LP with Damacha (SSV3, coming in May), Psymun comes in strong once again with this brand new 6-song EP. Each track breathing creativity and unpredictability, Purple Crush features a cluster of other-worldly instrumentals. Psymun has never been a fan of following the rules and this EP proves it.
Y’already know we got all kinds of great stuff lined up for the coming months. Today the homie Nametag is elaborating on the quality stuff he said in the series trailer. This dude eats, sleeps and breathes hip hop! Please continue to spread the love and let people know about this series that shows that hip hop is more than music! It is a culture that we are all a part of now!
"Background Music" marks the long awaited return from one of hip hop's most revered and critically acclaimed groups, Los Angeles based outfit Substance Abuse. Known for rhymes and beats that evoke what has now come to be known as hip hop’s golden era, Substance Abuse has tracks that will endear modern audiences to a style of music that is consistently yearned for but seldom made.
Video: DJ Paul KOM x Drumma Boy "Him vs. Me" Trailer
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The King of Memphis DJ Paul and fellow Memphis mega producer/artist Drumma Boy are working on their collab mixtape Clash of Da Titans, slated for release in May! Catch their first trailer "Him vs. Me" below.
"Had A Dollar", the second single for Mpulse's forthcoming project 'Sofa Gun: The Sequel' (Hosted by Don Cannon) and fully produced by Keef Boyd, mixes the old saying "I wish I had a dollar..." with the struggles of being a rap artist on the rise.
Fayetteville, NC rapper Lotta decides to release his rendition of Jae Millz' "Palm Trees, Sunshine, & The Sand"; produced by Cashous Clay. Lotta is currently working on his forthcoming EP, which is slated to be released before the end of second quarter.
Philadelphia-based rapper Curly Castro released his debut album FIDEL on Man Bites Dog Records last month and with footage from the record release party at Kung Fu Necktie, he made this live video for "Cocaine Blues." It's a creative re-imagining of the Johnny Cash classic- updated and adjusted to reflect current times with Curly as the central figure.