Author: Idan Naftali

New & Hottest Songs – July 2021 – Pt.78

Isaiah Rashad & ScHoolboy Q Reconnect On “Runnin’” Image via YouTube Isaiah Rashad and ScHoolboy Q rep the TDE connection on the long-anticipated loosie “Runnin’.” This Friday, Isaiah Rashad will be delivering his upcoming album The House Is Burning, his first release since 2016’s The Sun’s Tirade. Now, only a few days out from the big drop, Rashad has come through

Continue reading

New & Hottest Songs – July 2021 – Pt.77

Lupe Fiasco Keeps The Blades Sharp With 2 New Freestyles Image via YouTube Lupe Fiasco continues to goad his old buddy Royce Da 5’9″ with a pair of new freestyles. We’ve seen countless rap battles come and go, but seldom does an emcee step up to wage war against himself. Yet clearly, Lupe Fiasco is a rare

Continue reading

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Kicked Murderous Melodies On “Wasteland Warriors”

Ruthless Records Bone Thugs-N-Harmony did what they do best on “The Art Of War” banger “Wasteland Warriors.” Everybody loves to hate on the double album, but in reality, hip-hop has given us plenty of great ones over the years. That includes the incredible Art Of War from Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, which officially celebrates twenty-four years of existence today. Boasting

Continue reading

Chloe x Halle Respond To Fan Hating On Chloe’s Looks

Halle Bailey quickly comes to her sister’s defense after a fan on Twitter says that Chloe is overhyped. Contrary to 2020 when Chloe x Halle were regularly performing songs from their incredible sophomore album Ungodly Hour, the two sisters haven’t been spotted together much over the past several months because Halle had been hard at work on Disney’s upcoming live-action The Little Mermaid film. Chloe

Continue reading

Anderson .Paak & Bruno Mars Tease New Silk Sonic This Week

Anderson .Paak and Bruno Mars are just about ready to release a new single, possibly titled “Summertime Jam.” It feels like the game isn’t quite ready for whatever Silk Sonic has been cooking up. At least, the Billboard charts certainly aren’t. Though Anderson .Paak and Bruno Mars have kept a relatively low profile ever since the release of “Leave

Continue reading