Browsing the "Audio" Category

Audio

Wu-Tang Clan – “Ron O’ Neal”

Published on August 7th, 2014 | by Boman12l

Wu-Tang Clan in full force invaded The Daily Show last night to not only  to talk about the up and downs of trying to create A Better Tomorrow, but to also premier their new single a [&hellip... Read More


Audio

Bishop Nehru & DOOM – “OM”

Published on July 25th, 2014 | by Boman12l

Since this collaboration was announced, I have been skeptical. DOOM’s track record these last seven years has been a lot of promises and very few albums. Even with all the hype and talk I still didn’t [&hellip... Read More


Audio

ILLClinton – “Trillfluential”

Published on July 17th, 2014 | by Boman12l

ILLClinton says they have been on a sight hiatus, but I think they forgot ILLanta 2 dropped in March. Still, the brothers are already planning their next moves. Not ready to announce their next project yet, [&hellip... Read More


Audio

Black Milk – “What It’s Worth”

Published on June 19th, 2014 | by Boman12l

Black Milk got some new heat for the late night. It’s a familiar narrative, with Black questioning if the work he’s putting in is worth all the trouble, but his funky base line and sharp snare [&hellip... Read More


Audio

The Procussions – “Track 10”

Published on June 8th, 2014 | by Boman12l

I’ve been following The Procussions for about a year now and can confidently tell you this is something different from the L.A duo. The Procussions, for those not in the know, take it back to a [&hellip... Read More


Audio

Freddie Gibbs – “Bugatti Bullet Holes”

Published on May 5th, 2014 | by Boman12l

Over the last few few weeks, we have been hearing a few cuts from Vanderslices’ upcoming Everything is Awesome project (which drops tomorrow) and so far it has been hard to disagree with the title. Here’s [&hellip... Read More


Audio

The Roots – “Tomorrow” Feat. Raheem DeVaughn

Published on April 27th, 2014 | by Boman12l

The Roots let loose another track from their upcoming album …And Then You Shoot Your Cousin. Tomorrow, featuring staring the smooth somber lyrics of Raheem DeVaughn on top of a rather chipper piano laden track. …And [&hellip... Read More


Back to Top ↑