Check out the latest installment of Taxstone’s “Tax Season” podcast, this time he has special guest ItsBizkit in the building.
For the second single off his upcoming mixtape, The One Who Knocks, Brenton follows up the smooth sounds of “I’m Cool” with “Knock It Off.” The track sports a 90s feel, brought to life with production from J57 (Of Brown Bag Allstars) and Red Hook’s very own, Kris Kasanova accompanying Brenton, as the featured artist.
Harlem emcee Phil Walker is somebody I just ran across and his shit is dope. He’s got a few dope records on his soundcloud, but today I’m dropping off his latest work, “Dancin’ N*gga,” a uptempo joint that has you pressing rewind several times, I think I’m on the 4th spin as I’m typing this. […]
Producer DP Beats just dropped his Trap Lord project and one of the stand outs from the young producer is the Chief Keef featured “Zero To Two Fifty.”
Bronx rap collective Str8 Coastin is back today as they deliver another solid record in “Bout It Bout It.” This grimy record is produced by Dot and features Str8 Coastin members Bigga & Ant Pax along with a dope feature from Flaco Global.
With Gucci Mane’s Trapology right around the corner, the incarcerated Gu-Wop liberates 2 new records. The first being the Snoop Dogg featured “Parking Lot” and the Jadakiss & Fetty Wap featured “Young N*ggaz.” Hit the jump for both streams.
Dapa Don is currently prepping the release for his new project, #FOOD2, the sequel to the previous released #FOOD series. Today Dap delivers a dope new single titled “Riot Music,” and this joint goes extra hard. Drop the top and turn this up to maximum volume cause its #FOOD season.
Sav is back with the 4th installment of his Sav Season Series. This song titled “Remind Myself” is about Sav having to remind himself sometimes that is all about the simpler things in life. If you haven’t already, check out the 3 previous releases of Sav Season!
New York City collective Da YoungFellaz consist of Bronx emcee Jay Storm & Brooklyn native Sho-Biz, both emcees value the true artistry of Hip-Hop and they aren’t afraid to embrace it in their rhymes. Today we are blessed with the duos new mixtape, The New York Times, consisting of 13 tracks this a great soundtrack […]