[twitter=twistagmg]Twista[/twitter] took to twitter and addresses Game’s recent leak, The Kill, which was originally released by Chicago’s LEP Bogus Boyz. Check out Game’s version here. Now
[twitter=mainohustlehard]Maino[/twitter], Red Cafe, and Uncle Murda put on for NYC with their rendition of DJ Khaled’s “Welcome to My Hood.
Papoose is back with a barrage of bars over Wayne’s “6’7″.” Download: Papoose : 6’7″ Freestyle
[twitter=vado_mh]Vado[/twitter] links up with Gunz Jr. on “Night Rider,” which is rumored to be on the Moet & Memories mixtape. So, I tried to call
[twitter=THEGAME]Jayceon [/twitter] samples La Roux’s “In for the Kill” for a borderline-preachy addition to Purp & Patron. Out this afternoon. Download: Game: The Kill
Game links up with [twitter=liltunechi]Weezy[/twitter] for “Soo Woo,” off of the Purp & Patron mixtape, which drops today
Kanye West: New Album Due in Summer, Watch The Throne In 2 Months, All of the Lights Video in 1 Week
[twitter=kanyewest]Kanye West[/twitter] takes to Twitter to make a few (exciting) announcements
[twitter=lloydbanks]Lloyd Banks[/twitter] unleashes the latest visual for HFM2,“I Don’t Deserve You,” featuring Jeremih
[twitter=realwizkhalifa]Wiz Khalifa [/twitter]gets his T-Pain on for “Big Screen,” which has been released in full/CDQ form
[twitter=joebudden]Joe Budden[/twitter] gets help from Jay Townsend and Emanny on “Tipsy,” the first single off of his forthcoming album, Great Escape.
Travis Barker enlists Swizz Beatz, Game, [twitter=liltunechi]Lil’ Wayne[/twitter] and Rick Ross for for “Can a Drummer Get Some,” the first single off of his upcoming
[twitter=LupeFiasco]Lupe Fiasco[/twitter] and Nick Jarvis drop some bars for the Pepsi NFL promo. Bears vs. Packers NFC Championship game on this Sunday. The Packers better
[twitter=50cent]50 Cent[/twitter] welcomes us into 2011 with his most recent track, “Happy New Year.
[twitter=jcolenc]Jermaine’s[/twitter] “Pass Me By” was previously titled “Leave Me Alone,” minus B.O.B. It’s possible the joint will end up on Cole’s debut
Part 2 of [twitter=JOEBUDDEN]Joe Budden’s[/twitter] Sade-inspired “Ordinary Love Shit.
New music from Cam’ron and [twitter=vado_mh]Vado[/twitter] from the forthcoming UN album, Gunz N Butta
Chi-Town emcee [twitter=agacino]Agacee[/twitter] releases his latest cut, the Bigg Unit-produced “Missing Link,” off of his forthcoming project, Film School. Out Feb.
[twitter=realtalibkweli]Talib Kweli[/twitter] posted a full preview of Gutter Rainbows on his Myspace page. Album out Jan. 25. It is also available for pre-order on iTunes
[twitter=SlimDaMobster]Slim Da Mobster[/twitter], protege of Dre, Eminem and 50 Cent, links up with Xzibit for “Don’t Believe You.” Nottz on production.
[twitter=SnoopDogg]Snoop Dogg[/twitter] drops over a Jake One production for the second installment of Puff Puff Pass Tuesdays. “Gangbang Rookie” will also appear on Snoop’s forthcoming LP,
With the new Shady in tow, [twitter=eminem]Eminem[/twitter] may be ushering a return to wordplay, which had been missing from Hip Hop for some time. It just
The official cover to [twitter=LUPEFIASCO]Lupe Fiasco[/twitter]‘s L.A.S.E.R.S. Album set to hit stores March
Not so much “beef” as [twitter=cthagod]Charlemagne Tha God[/twitter] going in on Drake
Third installment of [twitter=realtitolopez]Tito Lopez’s[/twitter] Tito Be Killing These Bitches has arrived. Download or stream below
Chicago is one of premiere locations housing exceptional rappers, including Kanye West, Common, Lupe Fiasco, and Twista. However, even with such talent, Chi-town’s story is
Last night, Just Blaze released a video of him and [twitter=drdre]Dr. Dre[/twitter] in the studio. In the clip, Dre alluded to an April 20 Detox release.
[twitter=busabusss]Busta Rhymes[/twitter] lays down a remix verse on Yeezy and Jay’s “H.A.M.