Tag: Rap

Raekwon by Virgil Solis

[Closed Sessions] Raekwon: “Keep It Politics” (prod. by DJ Babu)

In the very early days of Closed Sessions, the early-early days, we would sit around and talk about our hopes

[Interview] The Tao of Mic Terror

I’m sitting next to Mic Terror, both of us are looking straight ahead at a giant cube that sits just

First Look: Donny Goines

Donny Goines is not exactly new to the RH pages.  We’ve featured a slew of his music, as well as

Similar To The Letters Mixtape Release Party


On Friday night we hosted a release party for GLC X RTC’s Similar To The Letters Mixtape @ The NV Penthouse. The night included dope DJ sets by Rock City, Million $ Mano, and Hollywood Holt, and a good time was had by all. If you don’t believe us or weren’t there to experience it yourself, Benny Rocs was on his A Game and has the pics to prove it. Check them out below, you might just see yourself…The mixtape drops for DL on Weds, and Imeem hooked up an exclusive first listen. Check it out below.


First Look: XV

Kansas born XV is currently eclipsed in a Hip Hop version of the great flood.  Sending cyberspace a wash in

First Look: Chip Tha Ripper

“We’re young & running s**t ya dig?” says Cleveland’s Chip Tha Ripper, some of your favorite upcoming emcee’s favorite upcoming

6th Sense

First Look: 6th Sense

6th Sense is building a very strong underground buzz both on the mic and behind the boards.  After peeping and

First Look: Fashawn

We turn our attention out West for this edition of RH First Look.  While L.A. and The Bay take the

First Look: Asher Roth

School’s out for the summer. While some students will be returning next semester, others get ready to step into the


First Look: Fooch

Brainiac Society member Fooch AKA Nick Stylz was recently introduced to the world at large via Kidz In The Hall’s

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Fat Ray and Black Milk “The Set Up”

Like a wiley relief pitcher, Fat Ray and Black Milk make it a 1,2,3 inning on The Set Up, a lean 11

Sheek Louch

It’s a good time to be Sheek Louch. The release of his latest album, Silverback Gorilla, has brought with it