Friday, October 18, 2013

All Of The 2013 BET Cyphers Including TDE, A$AP Mob, & More

A$AP Mob:

Jon Connor, Wax, Rapsody, Emis Killa, & Rittz:


Action Bronson, Starlife Breezy, Travi$ Scott, Tiffany Foxx, & Lil’ Kim


@Scolla313 – Peace

Madlib – Black Widow

Curren$y – 442 (ft. Lil Wayne & Birdman)

Rick Ross Says He Told Kanye To Sign Pusha T

Flatbush Zombies Talk Childhood, Music Industry, & More With Montreality

Kid Cudi Says “Not On My Watch” After Pushing A Fan Off Stage In Houston

@AngelHaze Angel Haze – Backseat Freestyle

Spaceghostpurrp – Petro

Thursday, October 17, 2013

@soFowL FowL - Show Bizz f. Shaun Carlo & Tish (prod. Jeepz)


@ShelbyRozay Shelbyrozay - Somebody Lied

Somebody Lied

@ComplexMusic The 411 On The 313: A Brief History of Detroit Hip-Hop Written by Mike Rubin (@rubinbooty)

The 411 On The 313: A Brief History of Detroit Hip-Hop
For much of the initial half of hip-hop’s first three decades, Detroit was a missing player on the national stage. Despite being perhaps the most important city in the musical history of the 20th Century, there were remarkably few rappers that managed to break free of municipal limits until the late 1990s.
The music industry had treated Detroit as flyover territory ever since Motown Records departed for L.A. in the mid-’70s. With few opportunities for major label deals, no consistently successful local independent record companies, and scant radio airplay, the deck was stacked against any artist being heard much beyond 8 Mile Road (the infamous northern boundary line between the predominantly black city and its predominantly white suburbs).
Today, of course, any hip-hop head is familiar with the legacy of the producer J Dilla and the high-octane hijinks of motor-mouthed Motor City MCs—from Eminem to Big Sean to Danny Brown. But it takes a little deeper digging in the crates to unearth the fuller story of Detroit hip-hop’s truly flavorful history. This is The 411 On The 313: A Brief History of Detroit Hip-Hop.

@TRPL_BLK TRPL BLK – Big Dick Niggas Eat Pussy Too

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Full Documentary: Jay-Z & Ron Howard – Made In America


Migos ft French Montana – Roll On

Gucci Mane – Diary Of A Trap God


Eminem – Rap God


French Montana ft Miley Cyrus – Aint Worried Bout Nothing (Remix)


@black_milk Black Milk – Poison (Bonus Track)

Danny Brown Interview With Montreality

TLC Interview With The Breakfast Club

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Migos – Versace/Hannah Montana

Future – No Love For You (ft. Young Scooter & P. Sonata)


Troy Ave – Roar [KeyMIX]

Jeezy – In My Head (Prod. Childish Major)

Rich Homie Quan ft. Meek Mill & Young Jeezy – Type Of Way (Rmx)

@KADDIELAK KADDIE LAK - All Gold Queen ( Produced By @PrettyLights)

KADDIE LAK - All Gold Queen ( Produced By @PrettyLights)

@NEAKO NEAKO – The Making of LVLGHOST: Episode 1

B.o.B. ft. Future – Ready (Live @ #Uncapped With Vitamin Water & The Fader In NYC)

@Dswisherbitch D.Swisher ft. @Motorcityfresh Motorcity Fresco - Watch Your Back

@Mr_Camron Cam’ron – Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1

Gucci Mane – Hold Up (ft. Rich Homie Quan & PeeWee Longway)

Back & Forth With A$AP Rocky & Snoop Dogg


Rihanna – Pour It Up

@SuperNikeNando Nike Nando – The World Is Yours Freestyle

Curren$y – Jetflix (Documentary)

A documentary following Curren$y as he tours, records, performs, and smokes.

@FINISKING J.Fin – “The Manipulation” (prod. By Benny Luciano)


@xoxaineDEEZY TDeeZy – “PROJECTN9NE” (Beat Tape)


@DustyMcFly41 Dusty McFly ft. @Icewear_Vezzo Icewear Vezzo – “Boss Up” (prod. by Yola Gang)

@AdayOfficial Aday 1992 Lp