Category: News

Since We Last Spoke…. New Shit from ShowYouSuck, Beastie Boys, Add-2 and more

New things happen everyday, B. Here’s a list of stuff that you may have missed over the weekend featuring Skyzoo,

New Music Friday – 5 LP’s To Check For…

It’s Friday, and there are a lot of new LP’s, EP’s and everything in between populating streaming services and earbuds

The O’My’s Release Single Pack, “Stepping Stone” and “Lullaby”

What is solitude without a bit of soul music? Chicago alt-R&B duo The O’my’s released two tracks on April 9th.

Stream Ajani Jones’ Blissful New Single, “Kiwi”

Ajani Jones kicked off 2020 with a sold out hometown headliner and strong belief in manifesting his goals. While the

Listen to Mother Nature’s New Single, “Antidote”

Chicago-based duo, Mother Nature, released their latest stand-out single, “Antidote” on March 16th.  And what a timely release this is

Mick Jenkins Hits Jamaica for “Consensual Seduction” Video

I said this a few times on twitter, but I thought Mick Jenkins’ 2018 LP, Pieces of a Man was criminally

Jamila Woods Announces Legacy! Legacy! Tour

Jamila Woods recently announced her sophomore LP, Legacy! Legacy! and dropped the incredible video for “Zora”. Today, Jamila is sharing more

Kanye’s Good Ass Job Is Finally Coming Out With Chance The Rapper. And The Universe Wouldn’t Have It Any Other Way.

    “I could only really attribute my fascination with Hip Hop to Kanye West.  2004 was when College Dropout

Watch Chance The Rapper Drop Some Gems in New Interview with Peter Rosenberg

“If you care about humans, if you care about people, you just got to be on some real shit.” Last

Saba returns with “Busy” Video

“Tell me, how are you said? You got all of these friends, you got all of these fans.”  Man, it

Watch Bishop Nehru’s New Video for “Rooftops” (prod by DOOM)

Bishop Nehru is aiming high, and for very good reason. The young emcee with a strong resume is gearing up

Listen to Curtis Roach’s new mixtape Highly Caffeinated

“got sick of class, and started making classics.” Detroit has a long line of great emcees, and those rappers always