Alicia Keys is giving away free, unreleased music.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
The Internet was made for moments like these.
Most of the Clan's in effect here as Inspectah Deck, Raekwon, RZA and U-God go bar-for-bar over Frank Dukes production for "Execution In Autumn," an unreleased track from the Soul Temple Records' archives.
As a tribute to Big Proof on the seven year anniversary of his passing, Shady Records dug into the vaults and released this dusty gem, paying homage to maybe the most effective mayor Detroit has ever seen.
No baby Jesus in a manger or any intelligent visitors carrying frankincense and myrrh oil.
Late Wednesday evening, Lady Gaga gave her little monsters and everyone else a treat.
"Dose Of Dopeness" is a Dot Da Genius-produced Cudi track that was originally created around the same time as "Day N Night" circa 2008.
Don't mistake the Songs By Me, Stalley series as just a handful of b-sides and leftovers.
Stalley has a tangible rapport with producer Ski Beatz that turns heads every time a new collaboration track drops.
Stalley's main strength isn’t how he raps but what he raps about.
Songs like "Cocaine Is A Helluva Drug" are why I've been claiming Crooked as one of my favorite rappers for the past seven years.
Based off the Kid Cudi we know now, listening to unreleased music from dude is like hearing a completely different artist.
Dam-Funk went diggin' in the crates for "Step Into My Zone.
At the moment, I’m sitting here, bleary-eyed, hoping that the blank white page on my screen will stop vibrating long enough for me to pin it down with a couple of words.
While we we're hoping something for Life Is Good or maybe the scrapped Lost Tapes 2, this set of bars from Nas' vault will do just fine.
Today's Friday and either you've had a good or a bad week.