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The road to Demrick‘s debut independent full-length has been a long one, but Losing Focus is finally on the horizon. Since it needs a little more time in the oven, though, the West Coast rhymesayer has connected with...Read More
Love is so much Like a Drug it’s a wonder it’s legal. Think about it: it’s habit-forming, hampers your ability to concentrate on anything except the object of your affection, causes a wide variety of...Read More
Over the past week and change, we’ve heard numerous rappers weigh in on the events in Ferguson, Missouri, and their responses have been as different as the artists themselves: some feel predominantly sorrow and rage,...Read More
RCA Records hip-pop hitmaker Kid Ink has joined forces with lesser-known rhymesayers Sh*tty Montana and Hardhead to form a brand new group by the name of Batgang. The latest single off their debut mixtape, which drops...Read More
Update: We have premiered the Daniel St. Ours-directed visuals for Malik’s Changes single.
When Barack Obama was campaigning for President back in ‘08, he promised to bring America the kind of “change we can...Read More
I hope y’all are rocking flame-retardant headphones; otherwise, the latest single from Jazz Cartier just might live up to its title and Set Fire to your cranium. On this album inclusion, Cartier’s first feature...Read More
Earlier this month, newly-formed crew Summer of Ninety One lit the fuse on their debut EP with reader-acclaimed lead single BLVD Dreams. Whereas that cut was a collaborative effort, the freshly-minted follow-up trains the...Read More
In the U.S., police shootings and excessive uses of force happen so frequently that it’s easy for people—those who aren’t close to these injustices, anyways—to see these incidents as normal. Now that Ferguson...Read More
Given the title and timing of Lauryn Hill‘s latest feature, you could be forgiven for assuming that Black Rage was written as a response to Michael Brown’s shooting and the ensuing chaos in Ferguson, Missouri. In...Read More
Back in June, Khary Durgans lit the fuse on a monthly series dedicated to his signature article of clothing with The Yellow Raincoat Pt. 5. (For some reason, he decided to liberate the tracks in reverse order.) We missed...Read More
A pair of alt-R&B/hip-hop buzzmakers hailing from the Windy City, Kyle Woods and Khallee make their grand entrance into the Booth with seductive promo cut At Night. Woods crafts a moody electronic backdrop for his...Read More
OnCue may be an Angry Young Man, but he’s got nothing but love for his fans. So Much Love, in fact, that he’s giving it away for free on his latest single. Hip-hop veteran Just Blaze and Glasgow, Scotland’s...Read More
Eligh‘s latest single may share its title with an ‘80s arcade classic, but don’t get it twisted; the Cali rhymesayer isn’t playing any games on Pac-Man. On the contrary, the issues he tackles on this...Read More
Craving something spicy? As far as I know, there’s no way to send Sriracha over the Internet, so you’ll have to settle for the next best thing: Hot Sauce, a brand new loosie from Booth fave Jared Evan. On this...Read More
Looks like Junia-T ain’t the only one worried about the Sky Falling. Though this freshly-released standout off Travi$ Scott‘s new LP shares a name with the latest James Bond flick, Skyfall feels more like a gritty...Read More
Oft imitated but never equaled, the DJBooth Freestyle Series ran from February 2009 through June 2011. Its 250 total entries were the work of a veritable who’s-who of underground and emerging emcees, including rising...Read More
Last we heard from Junia-T, it was early July and the Smash Brovaz member had hooked up with LordQuest to bring fans summery promo single Everyday. Fast-forward a month and change, and fall is just around the corner. Sky Is...Read More
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