BIG SEAN and METRO BOOMIN release their highly anticipated joint album, Double Or Nothing [Boominati Worldwide/Republic Records /GOOD Music/Def Jam], in stores and at all digital retailers. Get it HERE. Double Or Nothing unites game-changing producer METRO BOOMIN with one … Continue reading Big Sean & Metro Boomin’ Release Double Or Nothing
Comedy’s greatest names come together for a celebration 25 years in the making. Def Comedy Jam 25 is coming to Netflix this fall. Netflix presents a celebration to top all celebrations in honor of the 25th anniversary of “Def Comedy … Continue reading Def Comedy Jam 25 | Netflix
On this day Sept. 28, 1999 Method Man and Redman released their collaboration album “Blackout!” on Def Jam. 15 years ago today the debut album by hip hop artists Method Man & Redman dropped titled Blackout! It was the first full-length release by Method Man and Redman after many collaborations. The album continued a string of highly successful Def Jam releases in the late 1990s. The album debuted at #3 on the Billboard Top 200 and served as a bit of a precursor to the 2001 major studio film How High. Both rappers enjoyed perhaps the height of their popularity … Continue reading Today In Hip Hop History: Method Man & Redman Release Blackout!
Loved by the streets as well as by critics, Cormega was the rare hardcore rapper to win praise from all directions, and while he never quite crossed over like some of his New York City peers, he maintained a respectable independence over the years nonetheless, self-releasing his work on the Legal Hustle label. Born Cory McKay, Cormega came up as part of the early-’90s Queensbridge scene that also fostered such name acts as Nas and Mobb Deep, among many others (not to mention the preceding generation of artists affiliated with Marley Marl and the Juice Crew). He made his debut … Continue reading Cormega Mega Philosophy