Time Is Illmatic (trailer)

I cannot wait for this to drop. Twenty years after releasing his debut, now a timeless classic, Nas shares with us the trailer to the upcoming “Time Is Illmatic” film. The movie offers an in-depth glimpse into how the project came about, as well as stories from Nas’ upbringing in Queensbridge, his musical influences and features interviews with producers and artists who helped create the album. The film is expected to drop in October and will be released in selected theatres. Be sure to check it out. And if you haven’t heard the album yet, I highly recommend it.

Feel Good Fridays presents: Majid Jordan – Forever

The energy on this track is enough to give you that “Friday feeling”. OVO’s Majid Jordan’s opening track from their incredible “A Place Like This” serves as our #FGF track this week. If you haven’t already, grab a copy of the EP here. Keep an eye out for the duo, I have a feeling they’re gonna be around for a while. Happy Friday, World, and have a great weekend!

The Weeknd – King Of The Fall

This track has been getting a lot of spins on my iPod. Abel’s latest banger gets the visual treatment.

The Neighbourhood x Danny Brown – Hate Machine

The Neighbourhood link up with Danny Brown on their latest record. From their upcoming “#000000 & #FFFFFF” project, which is on the way.

Throwback Thursdays presents: Gorillaz – Clint Eastwood

Classic. Gorillaz’ debut single from their self-titled debut album serves as our #TBT track this week. The track was released back in March 2001.

Yelawolf – Primus freestyle

As we wait for Yela’s upcoming “Love Story” project, as well as new tracks on the upcoming “Shady XV” compilation (Black Friday, November 28th), here’s a new freestyle from the Alabama spitter.

G-Unit – Ahhh Shit

The Unit’s Michael Brown dedication track gets the visual treatment.

Your Old Droog – “Just Rhymin’ With Skizz” (ep. 1)

World, meet Your Old Droog. Putting an end to the rumours of Nas being behind the voice, the rapper from the Big Apple reveals the face behind the flow. Expect a lot of dope music from this rising star in the coming future.

How To Dress Well – So Easy For Pleasure

After dropping “Let You Know” a month ago, Tom Krell drops another bonus cut from his incredible ““What Is This Heart?”” project. “So Easy For Pleasure” serves as a B-side from the project’s recording sessions. The track was only made available on the etched 10″ deluxe LP edition. If you haven’t already, grab the project here.

Eminem x Sia – Guts Over Fear

Em’s latest collaboration with Sia is featured on the upcoming film, “The Equalizer“, starring Denzel Washington.


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