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Artist Profiles: Art Mastermind XVI

One of Brooklyn's best keep secrets is fresh Art Mastermind Roosevelt Hewitt known as "XVI", has been the great design behind many of the industries top Branding in art. This Brooklyn native is known in the Art World for his extremely great Pieces of Inspirational art.

Pheo – Shut Up N*gga (Feat. SayKnowledge) (Prod. Lakim)

Pheo and Lakim's newest collaboration has the smoothest and most pleasant beat for a song that's title has "Shut Up" and "N*gga" in the...

ScienZe – The Answer (Prod. Lord Quest)

Brooklynite ScienZe comes out with newest track “The Answer,” produced by Lord Quest. It will be off his forthcoming project Ella.    

Bridget Kelly – Street Dreaming featuring Kendrick Lamar

Bridget Kelly is street dreaming on her latest single release, featuring one of the hottest artist in the game right now Kendrick Lamar. Bridget Kelly's Street Dreaming is an R&B-style single which is positioned to be featured on Funkmaster Flex's next mixtape Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?.

French Montana – Freaks (Explicit) ft. Nicki Minaj

Trying to bring out the inner freaks in all of us, French Montana collaborates with Nicki Minaj to bring us a reiteration of "Freaks".

Jay-Z Releasing Live In Brooklyn EP

This evening, Jay-Z will finish his sold-out, eight-night residency at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. However, a portion of the concert will be immortalized forever, as the rapper is releasing a live “optic” EP on Tuesday.

R.I.P.: Hip Hop Mogul Chris Lighty

While the hip hop community bemoans the loss of yet another important figure in the industry, the words of Fat Joe and others remind all of us of this man's enduring impact, perhaps best summed up by Complex's Rob Kenner: "Chris Lighty’s life and career represents all the best that hip-hop had to offer".

A$AP Rocky – Purple Kisses (NSFW)

Here is A$AP Rocky‘s video for “Purple Kisses,” which will appear on the forthcoming A$AP Mob compilation album, Lord$ Never Worry.

Meek Mill & Lupe Fiasco Both Criticize Modern Rap Music

The subject is nothing new: Statements that denounce today's hip hop music as being soulless, mindless, and shallow are sentiments that are shared daily on message boards, social media networks, and the comments section of Youtube videos. Still, it's not a topic that today's musicians often comment on publicly, generally speaking.

Jay Electronica – ‘Act II: Patents of Nobility’ (Album Tracklist)

To be released in partner with Roc Nation records- Act II showcases a feature roster that is unmatched with guests, Kanye West, Diddy, The Dream, Erykah Badu & Throne Don, Jigga Man.

Featured: Top Ten Hip Hop Albums of 2001

Top Ten Albums of 2001
Eleven years ago hip-hop was the host of a genesis, an abundance of skilled emcees gained critical acclaim for producing immaculate musical works. 2001 was the year in the millennium in which lyricism was praised and practiced throughout rap music and in case you missed the beauty of it all here is a peek into the cream of the crop, the top ten hip-hop albums of 2001.

2 CHAINZ: Based on A T.R.U. Story (Tracklist) UPDATE!

Yesterday, Def Jam artist 2 Chainz earned gold certification for his single “No Lie” featuring Drake. This will be part of the track in his upcoming album Based On A T.R.U. Story, which will be released on August 14th.

Nas ‘Life is Good’ – Album Review

For fifteen years Nas has been an artist who creates bodies of work by pouring the raw emotions in his heart out over fresh hip hop beats. Several stand out songs on his teenage memoir Illmatic (1994) were geared towards his troubles, focusing on growing up in a hellish Queens housing project. 'Life is Good' (2012) is no exception.

Feature: The CommoNasm Project

The unusual name aside, the Miami-based TenDJiz's talent and musical instincts are no laughing matter. His latest project, CommoNasm, is the third in his self-proclaimed "Soulviet Trilogy" of works.... In the case of CommoNasm, TenDJiz takes the next step by combining the vocal stylings of Nas and Common, who are two distinct names in hip hop.

Video: Kendrick Lamar & Best Coast Perform ‘No Make-Up (Her Vice)’

I'm sure many of you are familiar with Kendrick Lamar, he's recieved a lot of attention over the past few years, for a streak of incredibly solid albums & great performances. Well, obviously, Lamar is part of the Hip-Hop spectrum. Where as, Best Coast, an indie band make heavily distorted pop. That seems like a collaboration that would never happen, right? You're wrong.