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Phil Ade Freestyles in The Backroom on 106 & Park (Video)

Phil Ade is the latest to step into The Backroom on 106 & Park and he took a different approach. Instead of just spitting a freestyle, he crafted a verse that was a mini-highlight reel of his life. Check out the video. Related: Phil Ade – 2AM ft Bun B... Read more

Phil Ade – 2AM ft Bun B

It's been a minute since we heard something new from Phil Ade. His latest features a verse from Bun B. Check out 2AM. Related: Phil Ade - One in a Million (Video)... Read more

The Kid Daytona – Very Good ft Phil Ade

Here's some new heat from The Kid Daytona and Phil Ade. Check out "Very Good." Related: The Kid Daytona – Low ft Jadakiss (Video)... Read more

Scolla – The Jones ft Phil Ade & Gerald Walker

Here's a laid-back, funky joint from Scolla. Check out The Jones featuring Phil Ade and Gerald Walker. The Jones Ft Phil Ade & Gerald Walker by Scolla... Read more

Phil Ade – College Girl

Phil Ade has re-launched his #PhilAdeFridays series.  For the latest installment, he jumps on the beat for Dom Kennedy's Dream To Me.  Phil calls his song College Girl.  Check it out. Click here to download. Here's Dom Kennedy's Dream To Me: Read more

There have been some hot leaks off Phil Ade’s A Different World. Here’s the whole album.

Listen to the whole thing below and download it. Download Mixtape |... Read more

Here’s another new joint from Phil Ade’s upcoming album A Different World. His rhymes are tight and the track is laid back and fonky–yeah, funkier than funky.

Check out You're the One ft Killa Kyleon.  A Different World drops tomorrow courtesy of 2DopeBoyz (props to them). Click here to download.  If you missed the first leak, Incense ft Mac Miller, click here to download it.... Read more

New Phil Ade. Check out the video for One in a Million.

It's a hip-hop love song that's not corny...kinda like this one: Read more

Phil Ade has been paying tribute to a lot of artists from the 90’s in his PhilAdeFridays series. This week he jumps on De La Soul’s classic Breakadawn track.

Check it out. Click here to download.   And, here's De La's version: Read more

Pusha T and Malice have been making noise independently lately but what’s up with The Clipse?

Check out this video which sheds some light on the status of The Clipse, as well as some behind the scenes footage of TiRon, Nickelus and Phil Ade. Read more

Sir Michael Rocks teams up with Mr. Friday, Phil Ade, in the video for Over and Over.

This one is from Sir Michael Rock's solid mixtape, The Rocks Report. Click here if you missed it. Check out the video. Read more

It’s Friday, which means it’s time for another installment of #PhilAdeFridays.

This week he slows it down and flows over a soulful Marsha Ambrosius track.  Check out Your Hands. Click here to download. Here's the Marsha track: Read more

Phil Ade keeps flexing with Take It Slow. Dude has lyrics for days.

Check out the video. Click here for more Phil Ade.... Read more

Phil Ade was a big oversight on the 2011 XXL Freshman list. Check out his video for Break Me Off.

This is the latest installment of #philadefriday.  The track is a monster too. It chops up N.E.R.D.'s Love Bomb quite nicely.  Check it out. Here's N.E.R.D.'s Love Bomb. Read more

Here’s some new Phil Ade. Do you think he will be 1 of XXL’s 2011 Freshmen 10?

This one is called After Party. Click here to download.... Read more

Here’s the latest installment of PREEM-EAR (kinda) where we explore lesser known but still dope DJ Premier tracks. Phil Ade Piece of the Pie is up this week.

Phil Ade Piece of the Pie is up this week. I won't cheat you by making this a Preem-Ear, but this cat Phil Ade goes in over the DJ Premier produced, D'Angelo beat for "Devil's Pie." Even better, if you ain't up on this kid, get into his music.... Read more

It’s been a good week for Chicago MCs. Rockie Fresh and Naledge from Kidz in the Hall make it even better. Check out the video for Living.

Kids These Days kicked off the week showing there's room for more than one hip-hop band and Rockie Fresh ends it showing there are more Chicago MCs than those named Common and Kanye. Check out Living: Read more