Joey Bada$$ – All AMERIKKKAN BADA$$

What’s hip-hop? But a platform to give voice and philosophize maladies in contemporary society, and be creative showoffs and impeccable iconoclasts in the meantime.

The day is finally here – as Pro Era boss, Joey releases the poignantly-political and brilliantly produced, ALL-AMERIKKKAN BADA$$.

With dope features from J. Cole, Styles P, Schoolboy Q and the likes, you know the pen-game is sharp and purposeful.

Being disappointed with Joey’s 2015 record, B4.DA.$$, as the raps fell FLAT and uninspiring;  ALL-AMERIKKKAN BADASS is near perfect in contrast, and a solid addition to your hip-hop rotation this Spring.

Bump the record below, and cop on iTunes afters 😎

Oswin Benjamin – Hueman

The issues that we face is bigger than color. Being an artist, being a man, period. I need to be color blind to the “hue.”

Smooth, jazz/soul raps from Brooklyn up-and-comer, Oswin Benjamin.

Uplifting themes of conscientiousness and real life shit.

Bump the debut EP, Hueman from the homie Oswin below.

OnCue – 43 “GOD”

A perfect unison of realism and melancholy from the Brooklyn rapper, given Bon Iver’s, striking 33 “GOD” sample.

I’ve said this in the past – OnCue is my go to rap nowadays and with good reason.

Homie rocks a distinct sound which is real and hip-hop, as opposed to cheesy, cookie-cutter lines, like that of say Drake.

Bump the new OnCue below, and stay tuned for the EP, You Knew All Along coming out next weekend.