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Dre films drops the latest Rick Ross vlog. Rozay’s album God Forgives, I Don’t drops on July 31.
Mitchy Slick, Phil the Agony and KRNDN link up with 3/4 of Black Hippy for the latest leak from their upcoming Stereotype album with Statik Selektah. August 14th is the date. Get a preview here and pre-orders here.
Stream only, per request.
A couple weeks back BJ the Chicago Kid took his talents to my hometown to perform at the Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan hotel/casino. Although I had my camera on me and went with the sole purpose of shooting the entire show I ended up getting lost in the music and just vibing out haha. Here goes a few of the shots I took…
Shot by Deacon the Villain.
The other night, Atlanta was hit with a tornado of craziness as Adult Swim’s Eric Andre and company set up shop at The Earl. And like we’re known to do, the Dope House has got you covered on an exclusive recap. Shouts to Killer Mike on making a musical cameo as well..
Missed this the other day. Off WTK, DJ Moondawg and DJ Headdebiase’s upcoming Midwest Willie mixtape.
Killerhiphop managed to grab an exclusive interview with the legendary Ice-T while he was in the UK promoting his new film Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap.
Ice-T spoke to KillerHipHop’s very own @IamDavidSidhu about how he made the transition from acting to directing, how he developed his craft, how the rap game has evolved and loads more.
Ice-T’s directorial debut Something From Nothing: the Art of Rap is in cinemas now.
We were also lucky enough to attend the premiere and watch the documentary. If you are a hip hop fan I would highly recommend you check out the film.