Chicago rapper Lil Bibby has been gaining notoriety for his mixtape game in the Windy City. Today, Bibby goes hits a three-peat by releasing the third mixtape to his Free Crack series. For a prospective rapper out of Chi-Town, Bibby has a plethora of artists from the Drill scene to the A-Listers. "Free Crack features verses from Future, Common, G Herbo, Jeremiah, and even R. Kelly. MetroBoomin and Young Chop are also a couple of the plethora of producers behind the project as well.
Three eras of Hip-Hop collide on the new freestyle by King Los. The B-more native drops rhymes over drums on the old Public Enemy beat that was re-worked by Diddy. King Los is one of those dudes that truly deserves more shine from the masses, even though real heads know. Anyway, the former Bad Boy drops bars that may make Diddy with the young talent was still on the label. Check it out.
Must be fun being J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar. The pair both rapped over beats from the other's respective album. Here is Cole dropping straight fire over his West Coast counterpart's "Alright."
This song goes perfect with the gloomy, warm weather we have been experiencing recently. Brooklyn and Toronto come together for this track as Troy Ave does his thing on P Reign's "Colors & Commas". The beat is slow with a simple drum pattern that creates this smooth vibe. Troy Ave really goes in on this [...]
WELL-PLAYED, KENDRICK. The Compton, CA lyrical beast drops a new song "Black Friday." Well the song is rooted in the J. Cole song of the same name. Nevertheless, Kendrick ravages the track dropping lines about The White House, Donald Trump, to being a god MC, Adele.
Finally. Erykah Badu releases her highly anticipated mixtape But You Caint Use My Phone. The big surprise is that the project features a pair of appearances from Andre 3000. What a refreshing surprise to be thankful for. Listen to the sweet sounds of Badu.
Jahlil Beats might be best known for Bobby Shmurda's "Hot N***a," but he's got more fire than that. Take his new mixtape for instance. Crack Music 8 give fans beats to some of Jahlil Beats dopest songs (you may or may not have heard). Check it out.
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Bobby Shmurda continues to be one of the sad cases in Hip-Hop. Nevertheless, new music drops while he sits in a Rikers Island jail cell. Check out "Hold It Down."
Jasiri X is one of the most celebrated rappers of the present day. Why? The man has stepped out time and time again, risking his wealth, health and well-being to fight for the people. Even when the people don't think they need it, true freedom fighters battle on. On his latest project, Jasiri X comes with his hardest project to date - Black Liberation Theology. Listening the project suggests that the Pittsburgh native is increasingly more impatient with the American injustice system. The maddening police coverup over the murder of LaQuan McDonald in Chicago immediately comes to mind. Oh, but there are so many more victims from Tamir Rice, a 12-year old slain by police, to Eric Garner, a Black man killed in New York, to Oscar Grant in the Bay. Jasiri X encapsulates the frustration that's boiling in Black America and he brings some friends with him. David Banner jumps on "Black Liberation Theology Part 1." Tef Poe, Haze Cloud, Abhaollow, Blak Rapp Madusa, Idasa Tariq, Jordan Montgomery, King Legion and others also appear on Black Liberation Theology. The highlight may just be Jasiri and Rhymefest trading bars on "Christis," and they ponder about if Jesus came back to us today. Black Liberation is rock solid and far more than a "positive" album. It addresses pertinent issues, asks questions, invites outsiders and forces the listener to think. Jasiri has taken his own art to another plane, likely a sad side-affect of increasingly troubling time. If there is a soundtrack to the realities of the day, this is it.
Our own Celebrity Host & DJ Hustle aka hot hands is on the turntables giving you Hustle Nation . DJ Hustle in this mix on AllHipHopcom. Listen to DJ Hustle as he is slapping the hits from the streets. Weekly mixes will be posted for your weekly enjoyment. Let DJ Hustle aka hot hands on the turn tables know what you want the hear on Twitter @DJHustle or Instagram DJHustle2407