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Fabolous & Jadakiss’ New Video Is A Scary Movie For Lesser MCs

Late last year, Fabolous and Jadakiss released their collaboration album, Friday On Elm Street, a project that was several years in the making. The long-anticipated LP was a play on their first names, Freddy and Jason, and the 1980s horror film characters Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees, from the movie... Read more

If There Was Ever a Question About Ludacris’ Lyricism, It Stops With This Intro (Video)

Much of the press around Ludacris' new Ludaversal album has centered around his renewed focus on lyricism on the project. Luda, himself, has spoken about believing he's been underrated as an MC over the years and that this album is about honesty and lyrical ability. No song makes his intent... Read more

Meek Mill – Dreams and Nightmares Intro (Video)

Just like the song, the video for Meek Mill's Dreams and Nightmares Intro builds in intensity until it reaches a feverish pitch. Check it out below. Related: Meek Mill – From Da Bottom (Audio)... Read more

Meek Mill – Intro

Meek Mill's Intro starts off pensive and moody and takes it up about 10 levels in the middle. This joint is mean. Check it out below. Related: Meek Mill – Maybach Curtains ft Nas, Rick Ross & John Legend (Audio) Check out the full breakdown of Meek Mill's lyrics for... Read more

Joe Budden – Mood Muzik Box Set Intro and Sneak Preview (Video)

Joe Budden flexes on this 5 minute intro to his Mood Muzik Box Set. Check out the song and a video preview about the box set below. Related: Slaughterhouse raps on the Tim Westwood Show (Video) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVcK3mXUbz4&feature=player_embedded... Read more

The Kid Daytona – New Yorker’s Ambition ft Aloe Blacc (Video)

The Kid Daytona jumps on DJ Grand Wizard Theodore's Subway Theme from the movie Wild Style (aka the instrumental Nas used for the intro to Illmatic). Check out Daytona's video for New Yorker's Ambition featuring Aloe Blacc. Also, if you missed them, here are our interviews of The Kid Daytona... Read more

If you are down with hip-hop from the 90’s, get ready. Pete Rock and Camp Lo are about to release a project together.

It's called 80 Blocks From Tiffany's and below are the intro and a song called Mic Check to whet your appetite for that good cookin'. In addition to the reference to the South Bronx, an interesting tidbit about the title of the album is it's a reference to the title... Read more

The Kid Daytona shows some love to the West Coast by spitting on one of Dr. Dre’s classic Chronic beats.

And he brought Freddie Gibbs to keep it Gangsta.  Check out the video for Bang! Here's that Chronic intro track: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uZxhtavYyw... Read more