"We ain't got no AC, it's hotter than a motherf***er..."
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Singer adds her twist to Soulo's Long Term 2 song.
So the word on the e-streets is Blu was out at the Cali leg of Rock The Bells and was passing out his upcoming album, NoYork.
It's easy to fly under the radar in the rap game these days. Tons of fans constantly have their eyes and ears on rappers' day to day matters expecting routine leaks and news like clockwork. Meanwhile, rappers who stay quiet "too long" in internet time make people start wondering if they'll end up on a milk carton. Blu, despite claiming otherwise, has been one of those dudes shying from the limelight since he wowed the e-masses with 2007's Below The Heavens alongside Exile. Perhaps there's a method to the madness since heads are used to new music being released and readily available at a rapid pace. Yet it's evident Blu's fans really wanted to know if he planned on releasing another effort meeting or exceeding Heavens's magnitude. Now Mr. Barnes is here for the faithful waiting to hear from the elusive MC. He chatted with Hard Knock TV on his latest endeavors as well as his experience thus far as a signee to Warner Bros.
The road to a song's creation is one of my favorite things to witness in music production. So it's no surprise that Kidz In The Hall's first Brain Candy flick caught my attention. In it, Double-0 wipes some dust off this Little Anthony and The Imperials' "Hold On To Someone" sample for "So Amzin'" and throws in some panache via the MIDI controller and the Yamaha keyboard.
If you're anything like me or the rest of my TSS Crew, the thought of a seventeen-year-old rapper these days will give you the side eye and the Cam'ron face.
The allure of fame and stardom has drawn many a man in for a chance to bask in their glow.
Actual intelligence is an undervalued aspect in Hip-Hop.
You already knew it was a matter of time before rap got its hands on General Larry's hit song and remixed it.
Keeping in the spirit of strong spring releases for the Hip-Hop community, the Kidz from down the hall will be entering the Land Of Make Believe with a star-studded cast including Just Blaze, Chip Tha Ripper, MC Lyte, Donnis, Amanda [...].
If I hadn't seen Mick & Terry's name on this cover, it'd been easy to dismiss this.
Free is the new $9.
To prepare you for takeoff, he gassed up the jet and gave you The Daytona 500 EP.
Making a name in the Hip-Hop industry nowadays is not an easy task.