Wu-Tang Clan - A Better Tomorrow (Review)

Wu-Tang Clan - A Better Tomorrow (Review)

"A Better Tomorrow" is the sixth studio album from legendary hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan. The album features guest appearances from Streetlife and Nathaniel as well as production from 4th Disciple, Mathematics, Adrian Younge and Rick Rubin, but most of the tracks are produced by RZA himself. It is set to be released on December 2, 2014 via Warner Bros. Records.

Bronze Nazareth - Thought For Food Vol. 3 (Stream)

Bronze Nazareth - Thought For Food Vol. 3 (Stream)

Wu-Tang affiliate Bronze Nazareth comes through with the third release in his "Thought for Food" series of albums and it's quite dope. The album features guest appearances from Willie The Kid (who released a stellar collaboration album with Bronze earlier this year), Lord Jessiah as well as The Wisemen. The project is a first of what seems to be a flood of releases from Wu-Tang here in the later half of 2014, with Wu-Tang Clans "A Better Tomorrow" dropping on December 2nd and Ghostface Killah's "36 Seasons" dropping on December 9th. It's gonna be a good winter. Stream the full album below.



Telemachus - Locust (Video)

Telemachus - Locust (Video)

 London-based producer Telemachus is gearing up to release his latest album, "In Morocco", on December 8, 2014 and just dropped some visuals for his track "Locust". The instrumental is quite different than the norm, with Telemachus stepping away from his hip-hop roots and blending electronic sounds with the more earthy sounds of Morocco itself. The end result is very different than what I'm used to, but it actually works quite well. Peep it below.



uMaNg - Correct Techniques (prod. by B.B.Z. Darney) (Video)

uMaNg - Correct Techniques (prod. by B.B.Z. Darney) (Video)

New Jersey rapper uMaNg and Swedish hip-hop producer B.B.Z. Darney celebrate the release of their "The Black Rose Certificate" album with some visuals for the second single from the album. The song is called "Correct Techniques" are it's really dope, with uMaNg showing off his mic skills over a laid-back B.B.Z. Darney production. "The Black Rose Certificate" dropped today via Ill Adrenaline Records and features guest appearances from Beneficence, Purpose (of Tragic Allies), HexOne and Tek-nition (Epidemic) and Hashfinger and is fully produced by B.B.Z. Darney himself. Peep the video below then make sure to cop the album.





M.O.P. - Street Certified (Review)

M.O.P. - Street Certified (Review)

"Street Certified" is the latest EP from the legendary Brownsville duo M.O.P. (comprised of rapper/producers Billy Danze and Lil' Fame). The EP features guest appearances from Busta Rhymes, Mobb Deep and Maino as well as production from Beat Butcha, DJ Skizz, I Fresh and Lil' Fame himself. It was released on November 18, 2014 via Nature Sounds.

MKV and Concept - Dreams & Reality (Album)

MKV and Concept - Dreams & Reality (Album)

"Dreams & Reality" is the latest collaborative EP from Chicago born emcee MKV and New Zealand producer Concept, following up last years extremely dope "When the Pieces Come Together". The EP is really nice, with MKV spitting a ton of personal and positive rhymes over some absolutely beautiful production from Concept that kept my head nodding the entire time. "Dreams & Reality" is out today via Essenchill Records and is available to stream/cop below. Don' sleep. I'm really feelin' this one.



Cunninlynguists, The Grouch and Eligh - The WinterFire EP (Review)

Cunninlynguists, The Grouch and Eligh - The WinterFire EP (Review)

"The WinterFire EP" is a collaborative EP between hip-hop trio CunninLynguists (consisting of emcee/producers Deacon the Villain, Kno and Natti) and Living Legends rapper/producers The Grouch and Eligh. The EP features no guest appearances and is fully produced by Kno himself. It was released on November 18, 2014 over on Cunninlynguists bandcamp site.

June Marx - Veterans Day (Review)

June Marx - Veterans Day (Review)

"Veterans Day" is the latest release from Brooklyn rapper June Marx. The mini-EP features no guest appearances and is fully produced by June Marx himself. It was released on November 11, 2014 via Torchbearer Records, with all proceeds going towards the Wounded Warrior Program/Veterans Affairs (NY Branch).