Watch Tech N9ne’s new video ‘Get Off Me’ featuring West Coast rapper Problem and Safron, from his 2016 album “The Storm.”
Chiraq rapper King Louie falls through with his new video for Protegè, shot and directed by DADA Creative while he’s laying down new tracks in the studio.
As CyHi The Prynce gears up for the release of his debut album “No Dope On Sundays”, he stops by Sway in The Morning for the 5 Fingers of Death.
Eso.Xo.Supreme releases his latest visual for ‘Dream’ produced by Stewart Villain and directed by Thomas Dierikx of Shiner Films.
New age R&B singer Aiona croons over the Martin Sole produced track ‘Pointless’, about pointless relationships that we’ve all dealt with.
R&B singer Josh Waters links up with Smoke DZA for the perfect track for you to ride with your chick alongside and spark one up called ‘This Fire’.
Portland artist Tope who’s based in Oakland, releases his latest single ‘The Man’ featuring Cash Campain.
Not much is coming out of Louisville, Kentucky but the femcee singer Sasha Renee aims to change that with her upcoming EP “I Am Sasha Renee.”
If you like Kendrick Lamar or Logic, Mogli the Iceburg’s single ‘You Can’t Hold Me Down’ about dealing with racial identity is right up your alley.
East Oakland rapper Int’l Hay Sus drops his new video speaking on police brutality ‘Black Panther Rebels’ featuring Lil Dev and directed by Jay Pusha.
New England rapper Bry returns with his latest track ‘Knowing You’ produced by European production team The Cratez.
Tennessee duo Starlito and Don Trip drop their costumed out, official video for ‘Yeah 5x’ from their recent album “Step Brothers THREE.”
If you watched Austin, Texas rapper Sertified perform at SXSW this year, then check out his latest video ‘1 Wish’ from the “Chips & Salsa” album.
Killer Mike and El-P collectively known as Run The Jewels kicks it with Elliott Wilson and B Dot of the Rap Radar Podcast to talk Hip Hop and Politics.
Watch the mini film ‘Good Cop Bad Cop’ from Tennessee rappers Starlito and Don Trip, from their upcoming album “Step Brothers Three.”