Produced by Wes P
ZRO FOX is composed to two of your favorite Chicagoans, Psalm One (or Hologram Kizzie) and ProbCause. Yes, these two have joined forces on some Watch The Throne shit to bring you a collabo album that should impact some time later this month via Bonafyde Media.
Sure they’ve collabed numerous times, but today they bring the pain with “Might Not,” which features Ms. Go Hard. You might want to check out “Might Not.” We don’t honor that if you’re like ‘might not.’
Grab it below.
Tink and production collective Future Brown cross paths once again. Tink and Future Brown were looking to party on their first collaboration from 2013, but now you can them in “Room 302.”
Tink and Future are definitely 2-0 right now. This is too cold. Enter “Room 302″ below and look for Future Brown’s self-titled debut to impact on February 24th via Warp Records. Hopefully, there’s a few more collaborations with Tink on there.
Hood Internet took it back to 2012 and put their own touch on Me And My Arrow’s “Erazor” for their latest drop, which also features Minneapolis spitters Sean Anonymous and Lizzo.
All parties involved killed this one. Go ahead and listen for yourself below.
Directed by Gerard Victor.
illRoots gets the green light to unleash Wiz Khalifa’s official video for the RMB Justize and Sledgren-produced “Raw,” which you can check out above.
This joint was one of my personal favorites from Wiz’s Blacc Hollywood LP, so I’m glad to see it got the visual treatment. This video has been identified to potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy, so viewer discretion is advised.
Produced by Hytman.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Mic Vic, but that changes now as he returns with the first drop from his upcoming project.
Adamn Killa and Ran$ah join Mic on “On The Low,” which is set to appear on Mic’s Book Of Eli EP that’s due out soon. On the low (not really), you can grab this joint below.
Shot and chopped by Cole Bennett. Produced by Charles Lauste.
It may be a little too cold here to actually bar hop, but Young 99 does it in his own way for his latest clip. Press play above and look for 99’s new project to drop later this year.
Produced by TMTHYTRTL
Flex! The New Deal Crew is here, rejoice. And they set out to kick of 2015 with this posse cut featuring Crack, Cutta and TRTL. Yes, you can flex, you can finesse. But you will never win against the superpower that is Flex Luger. And when these three connect like Voltron that’s what you get.
Super raps and super vocals from some superheroes. NDC in the building below.
Common recently sat down with Katie Couric for Yahoo Global News to talk about all of his current ventures, but mainly his role as James Bevel, the Civil Rights crusader, in the film Selma. Com also talks about the tragic death of Eric Garner, race relations in America, and what can be done to make a change going forward. Very enlightening. Check it out above.