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Styles P, one third of the legendary rap group The Lox, has released his new solo album, Phantom And The Ghost.
The 12-track LP, which includes the Jadakiss and Rocko-assisted lead single, "Sour," is the first partnership...
When he's not turning in his Two Weeks Notice, Paris-born and Queens-raised emcee Bas is busy releasing his major label release of his debut, Last Winter.
The first artist signed to J. Cole's Dreamville Records, who signed...
April 22, 2014, a date that will go down in hip-hop history—at least, if Iggy Azalea has anything to do with it. That, of course, is when the Australian-born, ATL-based emcee unleashed her Island Def Jam debut album, The...
Years ago, some time between 1994 and ‘98, hip-hop’s Future was being written in a recording studio in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. Outkast was hard at work recording their game changing first three albums, amplifying the...
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We in The DJBooth are proud to present the latest installment in Blazing Cuts, a monthly series of free, exclusive mixtapes curated by our very own DJ Blaze.
For your listening pleasure, Blaze has sifted through the hundreds...
Cincinnati-born emcee Pete Sayke and Chicago producer ThatKidMyself have joined forces with The Hip-Hop Project, BringingDownTheBand.com, Honor Roll Gang and The DJBooth to release their collaborative project, Forever....
The nephew of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's Layzie Bone, Dizzy Wright has been rapping since the tender age of eight. Fast-forward to 2014, and the Sin City representative is one of the most talked-about young artists in the...
Fresh off his addition to Drake's OVO Sound roster, PARTYNEXTDOOR has unleashed his self-titled debut full-length. Heralded by Booth-featured singles "Wus Good / Curious," "Make a Mil" and "Over Here," the LP features a total...
Los Angeles emcee and producer Paris Jones has once again come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his latest street release, the April EP.
The fourth in a series of 12 monthly EPs that Paris plans to release over...
August Alsina, the New Orleans-repping singer/songwriter who has captivated listeners nationwide with his unique brand of hip hop-infused R&B, takes his career to the next level with the release of his Def Jam debut...
In the digital age, hip-hop receives a litmus test every few months. A new rapper emerges on the scene and suddenly, everybody starts talking about him or her. The buzz leading up to the "big release" from this artist spirals...
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A buzzmaking rapper and producer hailing from Coachella Valley, California, Connor Evans is bringing listeners everywhere a little bit of that So Cal Soul, in the form of a new digital full-length.
This street album, a...
In October of 2012, versatile recording artist Gary Clark Jr. released his major label debut, Blak and Blu. It is over the past 18 months, however, that the gifted Austin, TX native has really become a more household name....
BK, New York trio Flatbush ZOMBiES have released their heavily-delayed, but finally available new mix-album, Better Off Dead.
Included on the bulky, 19-track free release is the Booth-featured, reader-approved "Palm Trees."...
On April 21, Adult Swim’s The Boondocks will kick off its fourth and final season. After enduring some pretty incredible—and incredibly hilarious—adventures over the past three seasons, this final one promises to take...
For almost a decade, emcees Rapper Big Pooh and Roc C have put in serious work, consistently releasing dope music and collaborating with the most respected emcees and producers in the rap game. Naturally, it felt right for...
Gary, Indiana rhymesayer Freddie Gibbs and Oxnard, Cali beatsmith Madlib have (finally) unleashed their first collaborative full-length, Piñata.
Coming on the heels of Gibbs's 2013 debut, ESGN (Evil Seeds Grow Naturally),...
Rapper/producer and Def Jux CEO El-P has rejoined forces with veteran ATL rhymesayer Killer Mike to craft a new collaborative full-length. The duo's self-titled debut as Run The Jewels, the project is the follow-up to 2012's...