Monday, February 29, 2016

The Evolution of Hip-Hop in 1 Minute

Leonardo DiCaprio's Oscar win won't be the only thing going viral today. A few hours ago, "rapducer" Crank Lucas uploaded a short video on YouTube illustrating the evolution of hip-hop. The visual starts off with Lucas imitating the straightforward, old-fashioned style of '80s rappers like Melle Mel and Kurtis Blow. It then proceeds to '90s' boom-bap gangsta rap (Mobb Deep, 2Pac), '00s Southern rap (Dem Franchize Boyz, D4L) and finally, the auto-tuned, indecipherable triplet flow of the '10s (Future and Young Thug.) Watch the video above and let us know which era you vibe with the most.

Friday, February 26, 2016

@LilTunechi - Trouble (Prod. By STREETRUNNER)

@FrencHMonTanA - "Off the Rip (Remix)" f. @asvpxrocky A$AP Rocky & @noreaga (Video)


@tydollasign & @wizkhalifa Perform "Or Nah" For Spotify Sessions

@MIAuniverse M.I.A. - "Boom ADD"

Ol Dirty Bastard freestyle rare never heard before! Tim Westwood Throwback 1995

@manniefresh - Hate feat.@juviethegreat & @LilTunechi

A$AP MOB X @Aston_Matthews X @xdannyxbrownx - HELLA HOES REMIX

@ChiefKeef - "Superheroes" f. @asvpxrocky A$AP Rocky (Video)

@AkbarWalks - Bo$$ Down feat Carleone & Practical (prod @808CASINO Casino Troy)