"W.O.R.K." is the lead single for H*Wood's "Equilibrium" EP: Currently Available Worldwide on iTunes: Released May 1st. Currently Top 150 on iTunes Pop Charts, Front Page New Singles on iTunes and "New & New Noteworthy" An amazing independent story.
Brandyn "H*Wood" Bordeaux is a mash-up recording artist. H*Wood is a proud Denver, Colorado musician whose music reflects his elecletic upbringing ranging between electronic, pop, dance and dub-step all while effortlessly rapping the… Continue
Added by Nick Hines on May 17, 2012 at 11:48am —
If there's anything admirable about a hip-hop celebrity or any celebrity, it's their desire to stay healthy. Curtis [50 Cent] Jackson, LL Cool J, Nelly, and others share [transformation inspiration], by way of…
Thisis50 & Young Jack Thriller recently spoke with Nitty Scott, MC.
She speaks on Nicki Minaj comparisons, female hip-hop, doing it for more than the money, spits a freestyle, the evolution of hip-hop, what sh is mixed with, her first rap name, her breakout point, her new mixtape "Doobies and Popsicle Sticks" & much more!…
SoulCulture TV caught up with J. Cole on his return to the London's Wireless Festival this weekend, having torn down the Pepsi Max stage for his second year running, to discuss the theory behind the title of his debut album Cole World: The Sideline Story [out on September 27], his fans' mixed reactions to the project's lead single "Work Out" as the follow up to "Who Dat," and… Continue
Added by Versetti on July 3, 2011 at 6:30pm —
It feels good when you're seeing talent coming from mississippi just working hard independently Sip Hop says. But the problem is that people don't wanna work togather or do a mississippi collabo. Here in this state, it's all about F you, Pay me instead of just if you got talent, f*** with me(Helping hand). At the… Continue
Added by sip hop on May 16, 2011 at 10:57am —
Canadian rapper Drake has promised fans that he will deliver his all-time best work on his forthcoming album.
Talking to XXL Magazine, Drizzy explained where he’s at with the recording of his follow-up up to debut Thank Me Later.
He told XXL Magazine: "I learned a lot from putting Thank Me Later out. I learned what worked for me, I wouldn't necessarily say that there were things on that album that didn't work, but I learned… Continue
"@Foolish My last point (crazy I only listened to this song once). You have the A-side & the B-side. Example - Jay-z was the A-side so he could decide how to respond in the Dipset beef. Same thing here, Meek is the inferior artist (b-side) and he…"