Buju Banton’s ‘Upside Down 2020’

The Jamaican reggae and dancehall singer finally dropped his long awaited project. Born Mark Anthony Myrie, Banton 47 is one of reggae and dancehall most respected legends. After almost a decade his highly anticipated project…

Tee Grizzley’s Momentum Continues

The Detroit rapper followed up the release of his latest mixtape with an official video for “The Smartest Intro” featuring Mustard. On Juneteenth Tee Grizzley dropped The Smartest. The 17-track project features Big Sean, Meek Mill,…

Royce Da 5’9″ Joins Forces With The Marshall…

The rappers are coming together to continue to further their work within their community. On Monday the Detroit rappers announced a reunion, not for Bad Meets Evil but for a social justice initiative. "Ryan Royce da…

Kamaiyah Celebrates Black Excellence With New Single

The Oakland rapper dropped a song that celebrates the black community. This year Juneteenth was accompanied by Kamaiyah's single "Black Excellence." The track serves as a reminder of the black community to celebrate its victories.…

Wale Delivers New EP ‘The Imperfect Storm’

Amid the nationwide civil unrest due to years of social injustice against the black community, the D.C. rapper dropped a project that addresses the current social climate. On June 19th Wale released The Imperfect Storm.…

Spillage Village Drops New Track

The Atlanta collective linked up to drop a fire track and music video. In the midst of what feels like an apocalyptic year, Spillage Village members EARTHGANG, JID, Jordan Bryant, Mereba and Hollywood JB linked…

N.W.A “Fuck Tha Police” Is Still The Anthem

32 years later and "Fuck Tha Police" is the modern protest anthem. Back in 1988 N.W.A released Straight Outta Compton. The 13-track album contained one of the most powerful tracks in hip-hop history, "Fuck Tha…