Hip Hop


Mighty IV – “Platinum Plus” (Video)

While we live in times where Hip-Hop is evolving, and developing sub-categories within the genre, some of today’s youngest emerging rappers still honor, and are inspired by the golden era. 14-year-old emcee, Mighty IV, pays tremendous homage to one of the illest and most legendary emcees to ever grace the mic, Big L, of D.I.T.C. IV unleashes his latest visual spitting some of the most prolific and notable bars ever heard from a 14-year-old, and yes! he writes his own rhymes! Under the direc...
Tags: Videos, Hip Hop, Jazz, Travis Scott, Ran Reed, Mighty IV, Platinum Plus, Nick Wiz, Kendrick Lamar Joey

Q&A With Rising Colorado Based Hip Hop Artist Joseph Jordan

We want to thank you for dropping such a dope project recently “Weirdo”, please tell us who is Joseph Jordan? Where are you from? How did your Hip Hop brand come about? What does the name Joseph Jordan mean to you? First of all thank you for following up with this interview! So excited to finally tell the world a little bit about myself. My artist alias is “Joseph Jordan” my full name is Joseph Jordan Sedillo. I had been making music for years before finally settling on Joseph Jordan. Before th...
Tags: Colorado, Washington, Hip Hop, Eminem, Jazz, Denver, Lakewood, Q&A Interviews, Joseph Jordan, Facebook Twitter Instagram Reddit, Joseph Jordan Sedillo, Joe J, Eminem Tupac Biggie

Locked and Loaded: Super Lover Cee & Casanova Rud Discuss Their Classic 1988 Hip-Hop Debut

In the late '80s, they rode the cresting wave of the hip-hop duos. Likely born from the synergistic energy produced by seminal acts like Eric B. & Rakim, Super Lover Cee & Casanova Rud were one of many rap duos competing for a place at the DJs turntable. They hit one nifty cut out of the park with the snappishly urban strut of "Do the James", a jam that tipped its hat to the legendary James Brown as well as the hyperkinetic basement hip-hop parties that were especially popular in the Bronx at th...
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Vela$ – Nite Cap (Audio)

  A native of Brazil who has settled in St. Louis, Vela$ has kicked off 2019 with his first single release, Nite Cap. Produced by Audio Chef, the track is reminiscent of the Travis Scott, Trippie niche sonically with gritty drum and kick that bangs through your headphones.   As the 21 year old performer continues to toy with his sound you can count on a diverse catalog to result.  For now check out  Nite Cap below:  
Tags: Hip Hop, Brazil, Jazz, Single, Singles, Vela, STL, Nite Cap, Nite Cap Audio, St Louis Vela, Travis Scott Trippie

50 Cent Many Men for Throwback Thursday

One of the coolest people I follow on Instagram is Tom Brady. Honestly, he’s the GOAT in my opinion and this is coming from someone who despises him on the field. Last year I was so happy that my Philadelphia Eagles beat them in the Super Bowl. Only one other athlete have I despised just as much as Brady and that was Joe Montana. They are just that damn good which make me despise and respect them at the same time. Brady has this thing where he recaps the game and it follows with music. This wa...
Tags: Hip Hop, Jazz, Philadelphia Eagles, Tom Brady, Brady, Throwback Thursday, Joe Montana They

Daddy’s Hangout Presents Mixtape Friday 3

Are you ready for another Mixtape Friday? This week had me listening to quite a bit of music once again. My week started out with bumping the compilation for last week. The first album that I listened to was Rick Ross Greatest Hits. You may be thinking, Rick Ross got a Greatest Hits joint out? Actually, he doesn’t or least I haven’t heard if he does. This one is Volume 1 of 3 that I personally made for myself and I’ve included 6 of the tracks here. Afterwards, the Makaveli album was up next an...
Tags: Hip Hop, Eminem, Jazz, Rick Ross, Savage, Kodak Black, Joe Budden, Mixtape Friday, Eminem Like Toy Soldiers Rick Ross Mafia Music

Loyle Carner feat. Rebel Kleff + Kiko Bun: You Don’t Know

Loyle Carner (aka Benjamin Coyle-Larner) moonlights as an observant server, bartender, security guard and cab driver in the video for “You Don’t Know.” Watching over his mother (played by his real-life mom) as she goes on a few dates—some good and some not so. Throughout, Carner raps about his own dating fears—particularly losing trust and love as time goes on. It’s a clever and sweet …
Tags: Design, London, Culture, Hip-hop, British, Listenup, Loyle Carner, Carner, Kleff Kiko Bun, Benjamin Coyle Larner

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