Monthly Archives: March 2022

Ella Mai has announced that her sophomore album Heart On My Sleeve, is set to be released on May 6th. The project is led by her two single “DFMU” and “Not Another Love Song”. The album will feature guest...
With his posthumous album Forever available now, the estate of the late Phife Dawg premieres the official video for the title track. Video director Tony Reames says about the visual: “When I first heard ‘Forever’, I was not prepared for...
The team jumps immediately into discussion regarding the Will Smith v. Chris Rock Oscar fiasco, giving their individual opinions, which leads to a heated debate about who was right and wrong in the scenario. The examine it from all...
EST Gee and 42 Dugg link up for the official video tp their collab, “Everybody Shooters Too”. Directed by Diesel Films. The two spittaz send shots to their opps while flashing cash and jewelry. Off of their upcoming joint...
EarthGang bends the corner with their "Strong Friends" in the latest visual off their album Ghetto Gods. In the second episode of the album’s visual series, Olu and WowGr8 speak on showing love to your close friends while cruising...
Jim Jones and DJ Drama drop off another new video off their Gangsta Grillz project, We Set The Trends. This one is for the track "Fit Lit (Betty White)" featuring Dave East, Maino & Fabolous. Directed by Jim Jones,...
Pusha T hops on Nigo’s new single "Hear Me Cleary". Pusha tears the track a new one as he interpolates the threatening bars from JAY-Z’s verse on Rick Ross’ “Free Mason” for the hook. “Hear Me Cleary” is the...
Will Smith and Chris Rock have dominated the news cycle and the guys recap the slap heard around the world (8:25). Joe and the crew also discuss Tyler Perry's role-playing as Madea (1:28:50), Benny the Butcher and Freddie Gibbs...
Vado drops the visual for his "Diet Coke Freestyle" featuring SNS. The Harlem rappers rides the Kanye West and 88-Keys-produced banger with his cocky Uptown flow. Watch the "Diet Coke Freestyle" video below.
KXNG Crooked and Joell Ortiz apologize to their die hard fans with their new video "Sorry". In the visual, the two reflect on Slaughterhouse's heyday while traveling to the city and during a meet-and-greet with fans at the Looney...