Roc Marciano is back once again with some incredible heat as usual entitled Marci Beaucoup. The compilation album includes features from Blu, Action Bronson, Guilty Simpson, Cormega, Maffew Ragazino, Evidence, Boldy James, Freeway and more. Check out the album stream after the jump, courtesy of Spotify.
On December 15th, 2013, Brooklyn emcee Talib Kweli is set to release his sixth studio album entitled Gravitas. The album was recorded during the Macklemore & Ryan Lewis “The Heist Tour.” It will be released independently through Talib’s “Javotti Media”. Also, CDs and vinyls of the album will be available via Javotti/Fat Beats on February 18th, 2014. Includes production from Khrysis, Oh No, J. Dilla, and features from Raekwon, RES, Black Thought, Rah Digga, Gary Clark Jr, and more.
Stream the album here.
Centric is dope, point blank period. Here’s the brand new single entitled “Kingz” will appear on Centric’s album Why Not?, slated for release in the first quarter of 2014. The project will include confirmed features from Cashis, Sadat X, AB (singer from Black Milk’s band), Mistah F.A.B and more TBA.
To celebrate the release of his brand new studio album, Because The Internet, Childish Gambino was a featured performer on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”. Gambino performed with a live band at the Sony Outdoor stage, in front of a great crowd. He performed his latest single “3005″ & also the album cut “Crawl”. That “Crawl” record definitely gets you hype though. What are some of your favorite cuts on the album? Let’s us know.
Grab his album here, and check out the performances below.
CarolinaOnTheRise.com and Grinders Up Next are proud to present to you the 5th mixtape from the “Grinders In Da Carolinas” mixtape series. This mixtape is full of Carolina artists from all over the Carolinas including some of the top artists like Seven Montana, Ananamuss, P.O.P, and Yaboythetruth. It has special appearances from Gucci Mane and Gorilla Zoe.
Tracklisting, stream and download link after the jump.
During the final episode of Complex TV’s latest series “Magnum Opus“, the legendary Busta Rhymes talks about growing up in Brooklyn, speaks on his career in rap. Busta also tells the story of how “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See” was a direct influence from his childhood roots in Brooklyn. The song was a hit for Busta Rhymes and was the launching pad of his career. If you got 12 minutes to spare, you need to check this out.