While the world moves faster than ever, and patience is a rare attribute, Toronto emcee JD Era is bracing himself for the long haul. JD comes from Toronto’s independent Hip Hop community, earning stripes and respect in the battle scene… Continue Reading
Black EL X Durkin take a conservative approach to their music. The Boston-based duo is not conservative in the sense that they produce formulaic tracks that cater to likes of pop radio stations. They’re far from that, producing a unique… Continue Reading
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard anything from The Pro Letarians. They’re back with a standalone single that features an edgy, J.O.-supplied backdrop filled with electric guitar and synth. Once again, Jupiter Jim brings the brag and uses plenty… Continue Reading
An unfinished version of this track hit the web last year. Now we’ve got the real deal as Kweli reaches out to two of the most prolific emcees out there to join him on this track. “Push Thru” is off… Continue Reading
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Tahj but he’s back with “$KYE GIROUX” to remind us that he’s still here. This is another cut from his Jesus Give Me Peace project which doesn’t yet have a date. I… Continue Reading
Kenlo’s back and he’s enlisted Stay Humble/FaceMob’s Griffen and fellow IntaVention emcee Jamal Mar (of Good Vocation). This is the first off of his forthcoming project, The Well Known Stranger. Production was handled by September 6th. Peep the track below.
Macklemore shows his support by waving the rainbow flag. This track seems even more relevant given Frank Ocean’s recent coming out. With his growing popularity, it’s nice to see Macklemore using his influence for good. “Same Love” is off of… Continue Reading
The Boston-based duo delivers some black and white visuals for their latest single. The video was done by Ian Steinbach of Decriminals and he’s given us appropriate footage for a track with a spaced-out feel. Peep the video below.