Posted by: thundaworld | August 24, 2017

Apollo Brown & Planet Asia – Anchovies (Album Stream)

Something that should get the attention of fans, such as myself, of high-caliber-quality-lyricism-and-production. Detroit’s Apollo Brown continues his impeccable streak of entirely produced one artist collab albums with this Anchovies project by himself and the Cali icon, Planet Asia. Joining the pair on this are Willie The Kid, Tristate (Durag Dynasty) and Guilty Simpson.

Stream below. Read More…

Posted by: thundaworld | August 24, 2017

Wu-Tang Clan feat. Redman – People Say

New mint from the Wu-Tang Clan called “People Say” featuring Funk Doctor Spock aka Reggie Noble, who should have officially been became a Wu member since ODB. Redman even rocks the Wu tee in his new video with Jayceeoh (watch below). On the Mathematics-produced cut, everyone caught wreck, which you can stream below. Read More…

Posted by: thundaworld | August 24, 2017

Action Bronson – Blue Chips 7000 (Album Stream)

It’s been around 4 years since the last installment of Action Bronson’s Blue Chips series, and a good 2 and a half since he first announced that he’d be skipping part 3 and pushing right ahead to part 7. Now we’re in 2017 and the project is now numbered 7000 and his fans are more than ready. Production is handled by longtime collaborators Harry Fraud and Alchemist and of course the original B.C. go-to-producer, Party Supplies, along with Knxwledge and Daringer. Guests include his brothaz from anothaz, Meyhem Lauren and Big Body Bes, along with Jah Tiger and Rick Ross.

Stream Blue Chips 7000 in full below plus his interview with Hot 97. Read More…

Posted by: thundaworld | August 24, 2017

Apollo Brown & Planet Asia – The Aura (Video)

The West-Coast God Planet Asia strikes again with “The Aura”, as the 1st single off yet another album project (his 4th or 5th of the year, so far). This time he collaborates with the Detroit producer extraordinaire, Apollo Brown from their upcoming boom-bangin’ album Anchoviesarriving tomorrow August 25th.

Posted by: thundaworld | August 24, 2017

Prince Brandon – What Me Worry (Instrumentals)

The Prince Brandon is a very talented skilled musician from Jersey City, who can pretty much play any instrument on another level, if you know what that means. He finally shares a his debut beat-tape entitled What Me Worry, so take a journey into the soundscape of the musical genius. Listen below. Read More…

Terrell Blair sits down with the Bronx General, Mysonne about being a real independent artist and why he’s not here just for the money, a father, community activist, being careful about what’s being said on the mic, and the effects of being very influential to the people. He further stresses how it’s “by design” that the effects of black on black crime and the prison industrial complex are the direct results of hip-hop soundtracks right before the person committed the crime.

Posted by: thundaworld | August 24, 2017

Deep – Depth Perception Vol. 2 (Instrumentals)

Deep of the 2 Hungry Bros and Hipnott Records return with volume Depth Perception Vol. 2. The Depth Perception Series is an exploration of Deep’s varying production styles that knock and incur head nodding. Deep traveled abroad for this release and used records from Sweden, Iceland, and the Bronx for this release. Deep also inherited some wax from the very streets of New York during his daily excursions as documented on his Instagram Page. The Cassettes sold out on the first preorder day.

Depth Perception vol. 2 is available to Download and Stream at your favorite digital music retailers and others. 

Posted by: thundaworld | August 23, 2017

G Herbo – Legend (Prod. by Southside)

A new one from G Herbo called “Legend”, produced by Southside. This might be the first taste of the pair’s collaborative project Swervo, which is due to drop this year.

Posted by: thundaworld | August 23, 2017

Hus Kingpin feat. Rozewood – The Wave Ambassador

Hus Kingpin is back with a new cut “The Wave Ambassador” featuring frequent collaborator and fellow Strong Islander, by way of Cali, Rozewood, produced by TuneSquad. This is off his next mixtape, dropping soon.

This video had me in tears as the legendary Nasty Nes dug deep into Sway’s history instead of the reverse. From Sir Mix A lot’s Square Dance Rap to Sway & Tech’s “Follow For Now” (wow memories, peep “In Control” while you’re at it) to Kritta’s father who ran The Pro’s Record Pool in The Bay, to the role of college & community radio, they traveled down memory lane breakin’ down what many can definitely learn from watching this clip. 

Enjoy further below as Nes’ artist Kritta talks how it’s 360 how his first break is here on Sway. Plus Nes’ other group from his hometown of Seattle, The High Children discuss the Seattle hip-hop scene and they all get busy for a freestyle session. Read More…

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