Friday, October 31, 2014
D-Block and LOX’s own Styles P remix Jagged Edge’s latest single “Getting Over You” which you can find on their new LP, J.E. Heartbreak II.
K.R.I.T. challenges T.I.’s crown on this self-produced Cadillactica banger. Speaking to XXL earlier this month, he said this about claiming the “King” title:
For me I always feel like I embody that with my rap name K.R.I.T. standing for “King Remembered In Time” and just being one of those people [who] always believed in being broad. Just uplifting folk and being from the South, being country and feeling like [I] make it cool to be Southern. At this point, I’m confident in where I’m at to be like, “Yeah, I’m King of the South.” It ain’t me trying to disrespect no OGs or nothing like that at all because I’m not talking about King in the sense of reigning over people. I’m just talking about how I feel as a man, a musician and an artist.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Smoke DZA recruits Harlem’s own A$AP Rocky and Cam’ron on the remix to his Jahlil Beats-laced “Err Thing Valid.”
R.F.C.’s The Outsiders LP drops November 18.
UPDATED: Added the explict version of the remix, plus artwork and tracklist for The Outsiders below.
Monday, October 20, 2014
MadGibbs’ Pinata track “Knicks” gets remixed with help from Bronsolino, Joey Bada$$, and Ransom.
Hear it below and stream Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s Pinata LP here.
After leaking a bunch of standalone loosies, Joey finally liberates a track that will be included on his new EP, Some Love Lost.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
In the latest episode of Bronson’s Fuck, That’s Delicious, him and Big Body Bes travel to one of the world’s great food cities: New Orleans:
What do you get when you cross a lamb neck with a fan boat and blues guitar legend? You have the fifth episode of Fuck, That’s Delicious, which takes us to New Orleans. Action Bronson had some down time between touring and recording his upcoming album, so he decided to recharge by sampling some of the Big Easy’s more contemporary culinary offerings and hearing some blues firsthand. As always, Bam Bam zeroed in on the finest fried chicken at Willie Mae’s Scotch House, the best sandwiches at Coquette, late night fare at Mimi’s and a cooking lesson from the most dynamic chef in the city, Isaac Toups, of Toups’ Meatery. If all this wasn’t enough, we managed to see some gators in the flesh and witness The Little Freddie King Blues Band do their thing. Enjoy.