Continuing the documentary of sorts surrounding Chicago’s drill scene, Noisey delivers the second episode of Chiraq. This misadventure follows Keef and others into NYC and goes back to Chi-town to talk to locals and Police about the community. Watch below. REWIND: Part 1 Advertisements
I told Scram Jones (@scramjones) years ago this needed a video and that it was one of his best records but people don’t listen to me, c’est la vie. Anyway, here’s a animated visual aid for “Fork In The Road” from Scram Jones project “The Hat Trick”. Watch below.
Smoke DZA (@SmokeDZA) glides over this Flying Lotus ensemble with a fresh set of bars. This will be attached to Steve-Ography’s “We Are Alive 7” podcast. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/Smoke-DZA-Just-My-Thoughts-Prod.-By-Flying-Lotus.mp3]Details
Pharoahe Monch (@pharoahemonch) resurfaces and lets loose this first offering “Bad M.F.” which will appear on his forthcoming proejct “PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)”, a follow up to his 2011 body of work W.A.R. (We Are Renegades). If you’re a hypebeast (we know boutcha) then your first time hearing this man’s name probably was on…Details
Slim Thug (@slimthugga) drops off a viral visual for “Flex 4eva” which appeared on his project “Boss Life”. Cop it on iTunes and watch below.
Kingpen Slim (@kingpenslim) decided to share these two Mark Henry produced joints that won’t be making the cut for his next project “Life After Doubt”. Check out “She Loves Me” and “Show Must Go On” below. https://soundcloud.com/kingpenslim/she-loves-me-prod-by-mark/s-u0T9R https://soundcloud.com/kingpenslim/show-must-go-on-prod-by-mark/s-7DJPTDetails
Freddie Gibbs (@freddiegibbs) and @Madlib will finally unleash (Cocaine) Piñata on March 18th. Some of the song titles revealed are “High”, “Real” and Broken” which have contributions from Danny Brown, Raekwon, Ab-Soul, Scarface and more. For now, we get the first offering featuring Odd Future’s very own Domo Genesis and Earl Sweatshirt on “Robes” which…Details
If hypebeast and hipsters, all got along, they probably wouldn’t scroll down to the end of this blog. Kendrick Lamar had the world on it’s ear after not winning any GRAMMY categories he was nominated for despite his highly impressive and successive run since releasing his major label debut “good kid, m.A.A.d city”. Instead of…Details