Dude needs to breathe for a minute and drink some water….The liquor got him actin like that….L
I just got this a lil while ago…..I told ya’ll we baaaaack………..That Piff is finally back
Plus he brought NY back at the end ….you peeped it?????
Second Edit: Yo….this shit is fire!….Thank god Hav brought it back as well…..lol….Game over …
Big Dee got a chance to sit down with Mysonne and speak about past present and future…And who brought this to you????? Yessir..BronxRap.com
This is an interview I did with ya man Tom Gist. From The Diplomats. Yo dude is definitely droppin some science about where he’s comin from, and the politics of the game. We definitely expect big things from this dude so for those of you still in the dark that haven’t heard of this dude we here at bronxrap.com would like to introduce him to you so check out what he had to tell us. Oh, and peep what he said towards the end of the interview about bronxrap. Once again we bring you Real Rap BIG DEE Holla….
Good Lookin UMajesty
I heard this track just now and dude these dudes are definately a problem…Peace to EDO G….We gotta get up fam …
Lead single, “Long Time Coming” f/Devin The Dude from Special Teamz (EDO. G, Slaine & Jayshaun) forthcoming Duck Down Records debut Stereotypez.
Long Time Coming” f/Devin The Dude from Special Teamz (EDO. G, Slaine & Jayshaun)
Last night we had an episode of Bronx Rap TV and we were supposed to bless ya’ll wit that^^^^ but I was tired as shit and forgot…So we’re gonna throw it at you now under these conditions: Continue reading
Yea I know this aint hip-hop but oh well..we’re already smashen them in that dept….But remember when I told ya’ll that we had an official Artist by the name of Myra (The One Who Did Our Intro)…..OK well she blew over that J-Holiday track (Bed) just for GP and it came out fire…..I told ya’ll before she’s bout to pt the R&B game in a figure 4 leg lock…A & R’s all welcome to holla.So without further…BronxRap.com’s artist….Myra
9th Wonder’s “Ya Hear Me” f/ Jozee Mo
First, new track, “Ya Hear Me” f/ Jozee Mo from 9th Wonder’s forthcoming solo-debut, Dream Merchant Vol. 2, which will be released on 10-09-07 by Six Hole/Hall of Justus Records. “Ya Hear Me” will be included as a bonus track on 9th’s solo-LP.
No no no I haven’t heard a pair up like this in a good hearty minute….Immortal Technique @ Boot Camp all spit fire. All wrap the track around the microphone . All speak that real shit…..Nobody else has this xept us. So pop it in ya deck and lean in the seat with confidence….L
Immortal Technique & Boot Camp-Military Minds
In anticipation of the new Omillio Sparks’ album, The Payback, which will be released on Aug. 28, 2007 via his own label, Colossal Entertainment (Koch), we are offering a contest to remix the new club-ready party anthem single “DJ Turn It Up”.
ABOUT THE CONTEST
Here is your chance to remix the song and have it spun by some of the top DJs in the country. Included is the acapella of the song. Submit a remix or mash up the song and one winner will receive the following: Continue reading
I told ya’ll we give props to those that deserve it (Real Rap)…These 2 tracks show alot bout dudes skills….He’s nice on the Mic Device fam….You be the judge….L
Willie The Kid-Wayne Diss
Willie The Kid-Them Thangs Back
A lil Slow^^^^ I dunno fuck it..
As one of the more visible members in the revolving cast of Wu-satellite emcees, Brooklyn’s Killah Priest has always been a sort of acquired taste among dilettantes, inspiring wild enthusiasm or yawn-inducing boredom, depending on who you ask. I’ve always felt that the man never received his due; as the story goes, Priest would have usurped Masta Killa’s place in the Clan had he not fallen asleep in the studio during the recording “Da Mystery of Chessboxin’.” I’d certainly rather hear him than Cappadonna or even U-God any time of day, but Priest’s Achilles’ heel has always been his inability to assert his presence on a given track. Surrounded by the contrasting technicolor personalities of the other Clan members, Killah Priest’s low-key demeanor inevitably fell by the shadows. Yet in the history of hip hop, few have wholly embodied the expression “droppin’ science” as he has; pay close attention to his lyrics and it doesn’t take long to recognize the man’s brilliance. Continue reading
Another interview we were able to catch at that Zune live @ The BBQ event……The Clipse are definitely on the same page as us….
To close out the week, I’ve got some new audio for you!
First, new audio, “Dolla Bill,” from Red Cafe and DJ Envy f/JD and Fabolous, taken from Red Cafe and DJ Envy’s debut, The Co-Op, which will be released on 9-25-07 by Koch Records. Continue reading
Waxwerkz is a coalition of three of Long Island’s greatest Hip-Hop producers operating out of Amityville, NY.. Pioneered by Class A Felony’s DJ Stitches. Signed to Mercury records in 1993 to release the cutting edge Hyped Up with rapper Edward Dumar Isreal, who unfortunately was murdered shortly after its release. Continue reading
Growing up on the streets of Harlem, Dame Grease never took to the sounds of rap music until his late teens when he first heard the nocturnal nihilism of N.W.A. andIce T. This hardcore sound and its affiliated gangsta attitude connected with Grease, who then found himself immersed in the culture after forming a neighborhood group called N.I.B. It wasn’t long before he found himself producing beats, looking to the aggressive sounds of the Bomb Squad and Dr. Dre for influence. By the end of the 1990s, Grease had collaborated with such prominent New York rap artists as DMX, the LOX, and Nas.
Check out JPEG Music Group’s own Kurse’s new single ‘Blastin’ Off’ featuring Jadakiss. The track is produced by DJ Rad. Ya’ can check his Myspace page here Continue reading
OK people…..This right here is our theme music fam…..If you dont know of Team Arliss (D Block) then youve come to the right place…Class is in session…And L.Boogz is doin the lecture……Todays we’re gonna speak about the fruitful mesh of lyrics, wordplay, & delivery. We’re gonna see how all those qualities mixed in with an ill track can promote the recovery of Real Tru Rap Music in today’s society….My first example is……..St Raw….From The Bronx…..
ST.RAW OF TEAM ARLI$$_ PRE$IDENT OF ANW –Stay On Top
(South Jamaica Queens, NY)
MINZ was originally Criminal Minds, then they broke it down to MINZ in 1995 which stands for Masters of Intellect that have Niggas Zoning. MINZ consists of two memebers, L.D & RED MONEY.
MINZ grew up on the same block in South Jamaica Queens.Antonio (LD) & Tariq ( RED) started rhyming together in 1993 on Lakewood Ave. At the time they were hustling and just toyin’ around withthe flows. People around the way were always telling them that they were “nice” with their rhymes. In 1994 they formed MINZ and started going to DEF’s studio on Archer Avenue in Queens with producer Brandon (Beat Don) to start recording songs.
Their first song was called “DAMN”. The song got a good response so they went on to record several more songs. Buddy from the group INTRO(who is LD’s nephew) entered MINZ into a showcase at Camie Hall in New York City. The showcase went very well and several labels were impressed. Since they were not focused and continued their streetlife, MINZ was at a standstill. Continue reading
Termanology is a half Puerto Rican, half French rapper from Lawrence, Massachusetts. He is currently working on a solo album, but has released several mixtapes and a street album. He is gaining much recognition for his lyrical capability and delivering a message through his rhymes . He is most well known for his street anthem “Watch How It Go Down,” which was produced by DJ Premier. He has collaborated with artists such as Nas, Royce Da 5’9″, Papoose, M.O.P., Akrobatik and Terror Squad. He is a owner of the record label St Records.
Introducing BronxRap’s MC/Crew Member/Consultant/Friend/Fam etc…..We give you 600 but we call him 6 for short….Straight Out Of Harlem……This dude been on the grind before the word grind was popular…..So here’s a taste of 6…
600-Fake Ass Ni66as
Stanley Benton (born July 24, 1979), better known as Stat Quo, is an Atlanta-based African-American rapper signed to Eminem‘s Shady Records and Dr. Dre‘s Aftermath Entertainment. He has been generating mixtape buzz since 2002. He is also a part of Grown Man Music, a record label he founded with LT Moe. Benton attended University of Florida, where he majored in economics, before pursuing a musical career. His debut album Statlanta was expected to be released in 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006 but has inexplicably been repeatedly pushed back. Stat Quo is also featured on Young Buck’s Straight Outta Cashville, Eminem‘s Eminem Presents The Re-Up and on the track “Spend Some Time” on Eminem’s Encore. Stat has appeared on tracks with artists such as Jermaine Dupri,The Alchemist, The Game, Disturbing tha Peace and Chamillionaire. —– (Personal Info From Wikipedia) Continue reading
“Love Don’t Cost (a thing)”
feat. Method Man
Taken from the forthcoming album:
In stores August 28th, 2007!!!
(What’s good ya? I want to thank my manz L.Boogie for inviting me to post here at BronxRap. I go by ‘The-XFacta’ and I’m from the Bronx, NY but currently living in Raleigh, NC. I specialize in music posts and promotions. Because I post the songs don’t mean I’m feeling them, that’s for you to decide. Anyway ya will see a lot from me and a lot of exclusives to download, listen to, and provide your opinon. If you’re a new artist and want to get yourself heard get at me!!! The-XFacta@Gmail.Com)
ARTIST: HURRICANE CHRIS
TRACK TITLE: “THE HAND CLAP”
LABEL: POLOGROUNDS MUSIC / J RECORDS Continue reading
Peace to the entire Larceny Fam…Good lookin on that interview niggas……
We all know a picture is worth a thousand words but fuc a picture ….We got the video….L
I definately like the word play in this track by ya boy Grafh…. Continue reading
Whats goin on my good people & spectators of Real Rap….We got the exclusive interview with Joell Ortiz coming today….We caught up with him while attending Zune “Live @ The Barbecue”…BiG Dee goes in and asks the questions ya’ll wanna hear…And you will not see this interview anywhere else on the web……L
I know, its Monday… I just came home a lil while ago…and off the jump I gotta hit you with New Audio from 9th Wonder, Strong Arm Steady, Kurious Jorge & Soulstice
First up, new track, “The Last Time,” f/Royce 5’9, Naledge (from Kidz In The Hall) and Vandalyzm–taken from 9th Wonder’s solo-debut, Dream Merchant Vol. 2, which will be released on 10-09-07 by Six Hole/Hall of Justus Records.
New joint from Mr. Reck Feat Babs Bunny talkin about The livest borough in NYC. It also addresses (Not a diss to) Freeway and shout out to the DJs & rappers that hold Brooklyn down to the fullest.
Mr. Reck Feat. Babs-Brooklyn In Da Building