Brooklyn-by-way-of-DMV rapper Napoleon Da Legend blends fiery, emotionally charged rhymes with stunning visual effects in his new video for "Sacrifice," the latest single taken from his free project, Steal This Mixtape.
The visuals were shot by renowned French director Stéphane Davi (D12, Kery James). His trademark style is in full effect here, as we see NDL flanked by mind-bending visuals, mirrored images of himself, and his heroes (Dalai Lama and Muhammad Ali), all set to Dilla's "Last Donut of the Night," one of the more stirring cuts off the late producer's final opus, Donuts. Steal This Mixtape is now available for stream and download, courtesy of AudioMack...enjoy!
"I think I'm gonna throw something out in July," Fab revealed when asked about releasing new music. "I might go back July and August. I got so much music, it's just really me figuring when I'm going to just let it out or how to let it out. ... I got some summertime music so that's why I'm ready to come. I'm ready." ("The Breakfast Club")
As Dorrough Music prepares to debut his new EP "Six 3" this Thursday 6/30/16, the Dallas emcee releases a new track titled "Prince From the 80's" in which he recruits Go Yayo to give us their tribute to the late great Prince.
With several releases under his belt Dorrough's new EP will have six songs and three bonus tracks and will make it's debut as the featured project on Spotify. Checkout "Prince From the 80's" and look out for Dorrough's new EP "Six 3" dropping this Thursday.
G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha T recently talked about protégé Desiigner's overnight success and how the New York native is most responsible for blowing up.
According to Pusha, he is the one who believed in Desiigner and brought him to Team G.O.O.D.
"First and foremost, it's signing acts. Desiigner, number one," Pusha said when asked about what responsibilities he has as G.O.O.D. Music president. "His energy is like a spark, it's been a spark for all of us. The 'Panda' record is what it is. It's so much more to come. As far as me being a president, it's just overseeing the acts, overseeing the rollouts, signing new acts as well as pushing forward and raising the bar for everything creative and fan base. We're trying to really heighten the fan experience when it comes to the music." (Hot 97)
"Did they show him with a d*ck in his wife's mouth? Tell them Wack 100 said that. If they didn't show Ray J with his d*ck in Kim Kardashian's mouth, then tell Kanye to go back and reshoot that sh*t," Wack said in an interview. "Tell that n*gga he's a long way from Chicago, he'd better watch his motherf*cking mouth." (TMZ)
George W. Bush isn't upset about Kanye trying to find a look-alike to portray him in his new music video, but he's somewhat indignant the faux Bush lacks muscle. In case there was any question, a rep for the 43rd Prez tells TMZ, "In case there was any doubt ... that is not President Bush." The rep added it should be obvious the guy in the "Famous" video is a fake Bush, adding, "He [W] is in much better shape." (TMZ)
Dee Day just dropped this hot new "Ocean Views" freestyle.
Nick Cannon may have ignored Dee's offer to battle for 100k during BET weekend, but the New Orleans native is still working harder than ever having dropped a new visual over 20 weeks in a row. No other rapper in America right now is dropping more consistent heat. Get familiar:
The Ugly Heroes made up of emcees Red Pill and Verbal Kent and producer Apollo Brown have returned with their sophomore effort "Everything In Between". Apparently created in six weeks time the trio have come back after three years of releasing their own projects and touring to release what is currently my favorite album of 2016. Filled with personal stories, struggle, battle raps and calls to action, you can stream their project below. I'm almost done with my written review of the record (blame the hour time limit at the library) and should be out later this week.