The limited-edition cassette version of R.A. The Rugged Man's new album Legends Never Die is now available. To celebrate the release, we're debuting an exclusive first listen of the cassette-only bonus track "It's Gone."
On the heels of the viral sensation, "Hold Me Down," Ricky Rude has once again teamed up with Philly's most notorious hustler, AR-AB, for the melodic jam, "Friday The 13th," which can be found on Ricky's recently released mixtape, "The Unprofessional Professional."
With the Almighty approaching their 8/27 release date for "The 2nd Coming" on RBC Records, Canibus and crew drop another banger featuring Busta Rhymes & Block Mc Cloud titled "American Dream" (Remix) to keep the fanfare alive and well.
Set to the back drop of Shawn Lov’s production, “Happy I’m Here” is Rich Quick's latest joint, a soulful yet gritty look into the mind of Rich Quick. A homage to his fans and those that may not be yet, this track gives a look into the music industry in a way only Rich Quick could provide.
The stunning visuals come courtesy of LeftMind and perfectly compliment the resonance of Martin's exquisitely chopped electric piano sample and MoShadee's heartfelt rhymes as he tries to reconcile the feeling of finally turning his dreams into reality.
From acclaimed producer and MPC wizard Fresh Kils, comes The Fresh Meat Tape, a collection of instrumentals compiled in the summer of 2013. Accompanied by DJ Uncle Fester (who hosts the tape), Kils has brought together a group of beats that reflect his constantly evolving output of work. Ranging from electro bangers to chilled out golden era boom bap, the tape is part of a series of music that Kils is releasing as a thank you for the overwhelming support from fans around the world (see Fresh Kils presents The Routines Beat Tape). Kils will continue to release new MPC videos and tapes as he travels the globe, introducing fans new and old to his unique brand of musical production.
After a seasonal hiatus San Diego based rapper X.O. returns with the first visual offering of the year, "Country Club". Coming off the recent success of Amanda Bynes, The 619 artist returns with the laid back Black Mic produced track just in time for the end of Summer. Directed by Farid Xan, the video encourages you to keep your Jordans and snap backs off the premises.