One of the most consistent ever?
Spread love. Spread music. Shakka shakka gnar gnar.
Pretty hot. Could have used one more verse from Kenny. Off the Black Panther soundtrack.
Flames! Shots fired at all the funny looking rappers out there (my initial thought was Migos) as Young M.A asks for more lyricism and less fashion out of her counterparts. “When life threw me lemons, I made lemon squeeze wit’ it.”
Off the Hov’s new album titled, 4:44. Starring Susan Sarandon, Emile Hirsch, and Ron Perlman.
Kendrick drops his most recent set of moving pictures from his highly acclaimed album titled, “DAMN.” Very lovely. Dinner is served.
Putting any sort of weight into a YouTube title can be tricky business. Like all those, “Real Proof Aliens Exist,” videos where you don’t actually get any “real proof.” This title however, was aptly titled. Holy f-ing s***. Krizzle takes us on a gradual climb of rhyme after rhyme that only gets better with each and every couplet. The Louis C.K. wordplay and the Chris Tucker line at the end… freestyle set to combust.
“I’m a Southern motherfucker, flip a East Coast flow
I’m the product of the slave that couldn’t leave my coast.”
For all the college kids out there procrastinating on studying for their finals and tuning in to RRHH (which we know is a lot of you), this song could easily help you put off studying for another fifteen minutes (minimum). I know it’s been on repeat here at HQ for a few plays. Blasting down the halls. “King Krizzle, King Tut, it ain’t no difference, Chariot still whippin’, while my gold still flickin’.”
An instant classic. “I play forever.” Hov drops gems everywhere throughout this interview. “Had I had the level of consciousness then, that I have now, things would have turned out differently. And just knowing that, I definitely want everyone to know that.”
I can’t remember the last submission I actually messed with. This is dope though! Peep the LA rapper and his newest track titled, Chickenshack.