Wednesday June 29, 2016
RapReviews.com
Feature of the Week

[Backstage] BRBRCK is B(A)CK.

BRBRCK review

Latest News Headlines
Video: Girl Does a Dead On Nicki Minaj Impression


Video: Girl Does a Dead On Nicki Minaj Impression

Courtesy DJ Vlad.

"Girl impersonates Nicki Minaj."

MP3: Lou Armstrong f/ Red Cafe, Verse Simmonds - "Shake It"


MP3: Lou Armstrong f/ Red Cafe, Verse Simmonds - "Shake It"

Courtesy M3W.

* http://www.mp3waxx.com/jobfolders/louarmstrongshakeit/video-blast-page.html *

Video: Twista - "Whitney Houston Tribute"


Video: Twista - "Whitney Houston Tribute"

Courtesy DJ Vlad.

"Twista pays his respect to Whitney Houston in a song dedicated to her."

Video: Epic Rap Battle - Mario Bros vs. Wright Bros


Video: Epic Rap Battle - Mario Bros vs. Wright Bros

Courtesy ERB.

Download this song: http://bit.ly/MarioRap .

Video: Raekwon Says His New Artists Are Programmed to Win


Video: Raekwon Says His New Artists Are Programmed to Win

Courtesy DJ Vlad.

"Rae reveals that he has several new artists on the line ready to bring it hard."

Mixtape: Boomman - "Boomin 2.0"


Mixtape: Boomman - "Boomin 2.0"

Courtesy Team Bigga Rankin.

TEAM BIGGA RANKIN & RAPSTAR PROMO PRESENT BOOMMAN - BOOMIN 2.0 HOSTED BY: DJ ICEBERG, DJ FRANK WHITE, & DJ J1

* http://bit.ly/wDbAmm *

Video: Young Jack Thriller's Top 5 Fails of the Week


Video: Young Jack Thriller's Top 5 Fails of the Week

Courtesy DJ Vlad.

"Jack Thriller takes a look at some fails we posted through out the week on our funny channel."

MP3: Wiz Khalifa f/ Juicy J - "My Favorite Song"


MP3: Wiz Khalifa f/ Juicy J - "My Favorite Song"

Courtesy M3W.

* http://www.mp3waxx.com/jobfolders/wizkhalifafavorite/blast-page.html *

Video: Ise Lyfe and Toure Discuss 'Post-Blackness' in America


Video: Ise Lyfe and Toure Discuss 'Post-Blackness' in America

Courtesy DJ Vlad.

"Spoken word artist Ise Lyfe and cultural critic Toure explain what it means to be black in today's society."

Video: B-iLLA Performs "Angel" Live


Video: B-iLLA Performs "Angel" Live

Courtesy Park Street PR.

B-iLLA's style is sometimes humorous and sometimes witty, but also they deliver lashings of deeper, more thought provoking styled bars, which is something refreshing in an era where UK emcees either 'Go Hard' or just focus on 'materialism'. Their style has led to them collaborating with overseas acts, sharing stages with well respected artists such as Supar Novar and Lewi London, as well as making appearances on a string of well respected mixtapes and releasing their own underground mixtapes that have been well received locally and on the internet from their steadily growing fan base.


Pages: << Prev Next >>

Welcome to RapReviews.com for the week of June 28th, 2016!! Please shop Amazon through RapReviews and like us on Facebook so we can bring you new material every week. This week we've got EIGHT ITEMS for you so let's get down to business: BRBRCK's "Backstage" (our featured review), Chazmere's "Chazmere," an editorial on Brexit, The Hip-Hop Shop #381, an interview with Satoshi Ishii, Promise's "TellAVision," Vic Mensa's "There's Alot Going On" and Emanuel Wallace's The (W)rap Up for June 21, 2016!

Be sure to check the RapReviews newsfeed for the latest news and updates. Subscribe to the newsfeed via your browser for the latest news and articles. Also this writing service can help you with academic review assignment.

RapReviews.com also recommends Rohan & Mike's ROH PPV Recap from the AngryMarks Podcast Network. We appreciate your support and welcome any feedback you have. Thanks for visiting RapReviews.com!!


© RapReviews.com, a Flash Web Design Exclusive