STILL RILL is from the westside of Chicago. His flow and song topics are deliberately comparable to no other Emcee today. STILL RILL is working on a new project which will drop on October 17th, titled A.D.I.D.A.S. He just released this video to help promote his new album directed by Alexander King. I'm not sure if this freestyle will make it on the album or not. Tell us what do you think.
Femi the DriFish is apart of project made for Baltimore City Paper's best Collaboration. Mobtown Moon's re-imagining of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon (40th Anniversary). The album has been out for months and you can purchase it at here. The Mobtown Moon: Baltimore's Journey to The Dark Side of the Moon OFFICIAL PREMIERE! performance/show for the actual album is happening Saturday, September 28th, 8pm at Goucher College Kraushaar Auditorium in Towson, Maryland over 500 tickets have been sold, this is a show you don't want to miss. Checkout the link below.
The debut EP from artist Petty The God titled Star Anise is finally being released after years of ADHD and home brewing. The album was influenced by sci-fi film Total Recall, The Guggenheim and Cantillon (dope ass Brussels brewery). The album artwork was handled by Jessica Repetto, who has been illustrating over 8 years for Italian, Nippon, American and Hellas Vogue, has collaborated with Band of Outsiders and Opening Ceremony and also consulted for Kanye West.
The inspiration behind this album was to blur the lines of art and music into a seamless effort creating audiovisuals. Over 30 songs were recorded for the album but only 5 songs were selected totaling about 14 minutes of curated listening let us know how you feel about the track below.
One third of NYC's own The Nomads Con-Plex comes out aiming for the airwaves directly stating that radio has no soul no Real no HipHop with his new track "DIAMONDS & GOLD". When asked about why he feels this way he states. "Simply put there's so much the radio doesn't play that is the illest things you'd ever hear in your life an its all underground, all Diamonds & Gold..!!" That's real talk check them out below.
After the official release of his newest single last week, Amor Jones (@AmorJones) returns with the accompanying visuals for "Money 2 Make," which features West Covina, CA Emcee Hawdwerk (@BlueCollarWerk), while production is tackled by Missouri-based beatsmith D-Pro (@DProBeats). "Money 2 Make" is a track about trying to balance life while still taking care of your responsibilities and chasing your dreams. The visuals shot by EP (@EPtheMC) bring everything full circle and provide a down-to-earth sense of reality, adding to the honesty of Jones' single. You'll be able to find this one on Amor's upcoming project Beautiful Ignorance, tomorrow September 24th.
Artists inspire artists #facts. Artists “borrow” from other artists #SadFacts (when credit is not given). But when a major artist steals from a hard-working indie artist with no label budget who pays for all of his studio time and video productions out-of-pocket #NowThatSomeBullShit! Rapper Macklemore is known for his original and cool videos. Interestingly enough, Macklemore credits himself as the writer, director and producer of his latest visual “White Walls” however, after watching the music video “Torero” by Harlem’s indie rapper Nene Fresco, released exactly one year before Macklemore’s “White Walls, some fans feel as though Macklemore should have in fact credited Nene Fresco for his original idea. Of course, art is subjective, but I really don't see the similarities other than the picture above. Two dudes dress in Spanish inspired gear, two different video concepts, and two different messages in the rhymes. But you be the judge let us know what you think both videos are below.
On 11-19-2013 Kool G Rap & Necro released a collaborative project “The Godfathers” entitled “Once Upon A Crime” on SRC/Pyscho+Logical Records. However, before the first leak from that project is unleashed, today Necro and DMC dropped a video for a recent collaboration they did, “Murda Y’All” featuring Emilush & Caustic (Kool G Rap also makes a cameo) which UnsungHipHop.com premiered.
Papoose Sits Down With Jack Thriller Of ThisIs50.Com And Talks About His Response To Kendrick Lamar "Control" Verse - (Video)
Thisis50 & Young Jack Thriller recently spoke with Papoose for an exclusive interview regarding this whole Kendrick Lamar 'Control' debate! Papoose talks about why he was upset by Kendrick's track, why he felt New York was disrespected and why he felt the need to respond as harsh as he did. Now you know we love HipHop beef
@UnsungHipHop, but I think the "Gorilla Tactics" Papoose is using has not worked since 50cent dissed Ja Rule. I'm not going to deny his skill on the Mic but I think he made the Beef personal so he can benefit financially. But hey I'm not mad at him for trying.
Grammy nominated New Jersey emcee Joe Budden was the latest musical guest on MTV2 show Wild ‘N Out, where he performed his single “Top Of The World.”
The song features Kirko Bangz, who did not make it out for the performance, but Budden held his own on the comedy stage. First, he thanked whoever casted the girls on the improv show. Then, the music dropped and he began rapping her verses to the Mizfitz Soundz-produced track from his third studio album, No Love Lost, which was released in February.
The Slaughterhouse member also recently announced that he will soon be releasing a new EP titled Some Love Lost and an album titled All Love Lost – Budden fans can expect these projects to be released in the fall and winter, respectively. Watch his latest performance below.
Teddy, out of GA/FLA has just released a single off of his upcoming mixtape "Lovely Nightmare" which is set to drop November 13th called "Last Days". This was a excellent choice of beats for Teddy's style of rap. We always love the Real Hardcore HipHop @UnsungHipHop.com. Checkout the track below.
Snoop Dogg talks about people thinking New York is soft, Kendrick Lamar's music being played all over, Kendrick's "Control" verse, Kendrick taking the rap game over without him and Dre, being in that same position at the Source Awards. "I don't know why ya''ll thought this n*gga was gonna be friendly just because Kendrick has a backpack. He might have an AK in that backpack." - Snoop Lion. Snoop made some great points in this interview, check him out below.
The other night was the premiere of the relaunched Arsenio Hall show which brought back a lot of memories for fans of the late night talk show.
And although his interview with Chris Tucker was special in its own right, the seemingly out-of-nowhere appearance of Snoop Dogg along with Warren G, Daz Dillinger and Kurupt easily took the cake. Introduced as Snoop Dogg (and not Lion) the iconic Long Beach, California MC performed Doggystlye classic ”Who am I (What’s My Name)?” The Doggfather would even close the show with “Drop It Like It’s Hot.” 20 years later, Hall still has it.
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The Other Guys release their new EP " The Opposite of Sex". Executively Produced: by Substantial. The EP features fellow DMV artist yU (of Diamond District), Substantial, and Naturel."Sex is the mere reason for man's existence today, naturally through out life and its pleasures its opposite pain rears its ugly head. One can't fully appreciate the pleasures of life without feeling some pain in between. D.C. Hip Hop production duo The Other Guys touch on both states with their new EP "The Opposite of Sex".
Sgt. Over’s forthcoming FreEP, “School Of Hard Knoxx," displays the lyrical prowess Sarge is known for as well as his ability to deliver a bigger and bolder sound. The first single "The Bad Guy" (produced by Knoxx who has also produced for Memphis Bleek) is Sarge kicking in the door with an up-tempo track putting people on notice that he's here to raise the lyrical bar.
Meek Mill joins the party fashionably late, finally delivering his official response to Kendrick Lamar‘s “Control” verse.
The Philly rapper certainly appears to be gathering as much momentum as possible in the run-up to the release of his upcoming Dream Chasers 3 mixtape, as this response follows up a diss track directed at Cassidy which surfaced two days ago – well he did say Kendrick was next right?
The weapon of choice this time around is a reworked version of Dr. Dre‘s “Forgot About Dre” who ironically is Kendrick’s boss at Aftermath/Interscope. Meek kicks off the freestyle all guns blazing, elaborating on his notion that “I do it for the streets” and Kendrick makes music “for the n***** with the backpacks”.
Heavy references can be found all over this one including TerRio‘s infamous “Ohh Kill Em!”, Kendrick’s gun sound-effect (found on “The Jig Is Up“) as well as Nas vs. Jay-Z and Biggie vs. 2 Pac conflicts amongst others. Surprisingly this response is rather short, at 2:22 in duration, and appears to sway more towards entertainment value.
Take a listen to “Ooh Kill Em” below and let us know what you think.
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This week Out Da Box Radio brings you our exclusive interview with Ann Arbor,Michigan Producer “14KT”. Fresh off the release of his latest LP entitled “Nickel & Dimed”, we got the chance to speak with KT for a truly in-depth interview. We spoke on a number of intriguing topics, including KT’s introduction to music, his earlier days as a member of the the Athletic Mic League (AML), the meaning behind his new album, his approach to production, the Soulful Michigan scene, and his previous work with Jay Electronica. 14KT also spoke in-depth on the topic of today’s electronic music and how to distinguish between what’s quality vs what’s wack. In conclusion, 14KT also gave us some insight into some of his upcoming projects including a collabo lp entitled “Taking L’s” with an emcee named “Ozay Moore” which he provided the production for, and a full length collabo project with Ohio vocalist “AB”, as well as some additional work withAML emcee Buff 1 . There’s a whole lot more insightful conversation in this interview, so I strongly encourage you to take the time to listen whenever you get a chance. Please feel free to comment and spread the word about the interview if you like what you hear. Enjoy!
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Columbus OH native and Columbia College Chicago student, Greg Owens is a 20 year old musician, producer and song writer who is set to release his highly anticipated project "Young, Black & Gifted". Since 2007 he has produced and released over 9 projects. "Go Get Em Now" is the 2nd single off of YBG and features Ryan Alan, lead singer of the Chicago based rock band "Marina City." The song was produced by Greg Owens which gives a suspenseful song about rising above the circumstances that are being placed in front of you. The video was shot by Wall Bug Films in Chicago. Let us know what you think.
Edwin Freeman just released "Beef" featuring The Notorious B.I.G. off his upcoming album "Vintage". Make sure you listen to the track below and support Real HipHop music.
Toronto born Fortunato formerly of the group Angerville has released a track influenced by Battle Rap entitled "Word Fight" today. The songs lyrics attack as if directed at an invisble opponent while the sounds of synth and thumping drums set the mood courtesy of MPC icon Fresh Kils. This song will not be featured on Fortunato's upcoming album "Unseen Armada" which is due this fall but is available for free download. But in the mean time checkout the track below.
T.R. Mac represents half of the NC production team known as Team DaCapo. With his skills as a writer and emcee leading the way, T.R. is prepping the release of his debut mixtape "The Dopest Mixtape Ever In Life". On the first single, "I Got Work" T.R. uses a skillful delivery over a hard hitting track to paint a picture of blue collar struggles in America. http://www.teamdacapo.com
Schoolboy Q recently sat down with Nessa, where he addressed Mac Miller's claims that "Oxymoron" is better than "good kid m.A.A.d. city," and agreed that he believes his music is better. He also opens up about his picky eating habits, and reveals who he didn't get to work with on his new album that he wished he would have.
As a vital part of Immortal Technique’s Viper Records roster and with upcoming shows with Tech & Brother Ali & Rock The Bells, 2013 finds Akir bringing the spotlight back to music with his new forthcoming LP The Plan; which will be released on 9-24-0213 words aren’t just words and his album title is not just an album title. The Plan is just that” Akir states, “my map for a musical journey on the way to becoming better.” The Plan is produced in majority by Akir and his beat-making parternership with Ty Steez (The Sound) along with Omen with features from his “Rebel Army” brothers Immortal Technique, Poison Pen & Swave Sevah and is a major-step forward for the lyricist and producer. The Plan promises to make 2013 a huge year for Akir as he says “this album has another level of music presence, taking my pre-existing formula to a larger audience. My first-project, Street Edition, was for the streets, but now I am aiming for the world”! Until The Plan arrives, Akir has liberated a new 6-track FreEp entitled Focus, which you can download below.