AZ is one of the most critically acclaimed, fan favorite rappers of all time. Since his introduction to the world via his feature (notably the only rhyming feature at that) on Nas’ classic album “Illmatic” spitting a timeless 16 bars on the opening of “Life’s A B*tch” , his lyrics, cadence, and delivery have been praised by countless hip hop heads. Having dropped a string of albums and features (to include the Grammy nominated “The Essence” with Nas), he hasn’t seen the same amount of limelight success as many of his peers have. However, AZ still thrives with a solid fan base and legendary aura that cannot be denied. Still sounding and looking like himself after over 20 years in the game, AZ drops a visual to his new single, “It’s Time” and it’s refreshing. The beat is a solid salute to the Kool G. Rap classic “It’s A Demo”, using the same James Brown sample and tempo. AZ styles it in his authentic flow and doesn’t sound like he’s leaving this game anytime soon! #PRESSPLAY
Hip Hop artist /activist Mysonne is a well known advocate for the culture. Known for making remixes to popular songs, Mysonne checks in with an original track titled “For The Culture.” Meant to be anthem, Mysonne makes a heartfelt dedication to those who continue to do it “for the culture”. #PRESSPLAY
Not one to break tradition, Uncle Murda dropped his annual “Rap Up” at the top of the calendar to sum up everything that happened in 2018. Never one to disappoint, Uncle M follows up with a visual to enhance his rhymes. #PRESSPLAY
With the fallout from the “Surviving R. Kelly” docu-series , many opinions and follow up interviews are beginning to surface. Sparkle, who recorded and released music with R.Kelly in the 1990’s and appeared in the docuseries, recently sat down with The Breakfast Club and did an interview. She speaks on things that did not make the final cut of “Surviving R. Kelly”. Sparkle is the aunt of the alleged 14 year old victim from the infamous sex tape that was the center of the R. Kelly trial. She shares her account what the family went through during that time and much more. #PRESSPLAY
” On Thursday’s episode of #EverydayStruggle, Nadeska,Wayno and DJ Akademiks are joined by none other than “2018’s Comeback King,” Soulja Boy. Young Drako and the trio open up the show discussing Soulja’s recent Breakfast Club interview and the reactions it sparked from other rappers online. Shortly after this, Big Soulja is asked by the EDS crew about his issues with Famous Dex. Young Soulja then breaks down on how he got put on to Famous Dex, and claims he’s the reason why Dex met Rich The Kid and eventually to the Rich Forever label. Halfway through the episode, Ak questions the Chicago-born rapper about the legitimacy of his SouljaBoy Console. Ak brings up the alleged Nintendo lawsuit, and asks Soulja to describe the console’s gaming details. Throughout the rest of the interview, Soulja brings up Tyga’s name, and discredits the West Coast artist for having the “comeback of 2018.” Soulja also name drops in the hilarious interview Future, Meek Mill, Tory Lanez and others, and goes back to taking shots at Drake and Kanye West. Towards the end of the interview, Young Drako gives the EDS crew an exclusive look at his upcoming movie and closes out the show on a FaceTime call with Bow Wow. “
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