Drake just surprised the world with a new EP titled Scary Hours.
Drake put out the product on extremely short notice, revealing late last night, the Extended Play would come out at midnight. The brief project only features two songs, “God’s Plan” and “Diplomatic Immunity,” and the both of them bang.
The Conscious Daughters (TCD) were an American female hip hop duo from the Bay Area, California, United States, consisting of Carla “CMG” Green and the late Karryl “Special One” Smith. The duo signed in 1993 to Paris’s record label, Scarface Records, after passing him a demo tape at a club. He released their first studio album, Ear to the Street.
The single and video release of their 1994 hit single, “Somethin’ to Ride To (Fonky Expedition)”, helped TCD gain national recognition. Soon after, they were signed by Priority/EMI Records and released their second album, Gamers. Many collaborations, projects and television appearances followed, most notably Rap City, MTV Jams, and Soul Train.
In 2007, Nas released the track “Where Are They Now (West Coast Remix)” which featured Breeze, Kam, King Tee, Candyman, Threat, Ice-T, Sir Mix-A-Lot and TCD.
Their third album, The Nutcracker Suite, was released on Guerilla Funk Records on February 10, 2009. In 2010, TCD severed their relationship with Guerrilla Funk Records, and in 2011 they signed a distribution deal with Phaseone/Sony.
On December 10, 2011, Smith was found dead at her home. Initially, the cause of death was unknown, but it was eventually determined to be from complications associated with blood clots that reached her lungs
CA Rhyme School is returning with Season 2 on Audible Legacy. While we prepare for the release of the new season, we will be posting some of our hottest CA Rhyme School freestyles from the past. This Freestyle is from East Los Angeles rapper Foxx West.
Dizzy Wright, Jarren Benton, Audio Push, Demrick, Emilio Rojas, Demrick, Reezy, Kato & DJ Hoppa came together to create a project in ONE week. What Means The World is the first video off the album, One Week Notice.
Mr. Short Khop, (pronounced “short chop”) or simply Short Khop is an American rapper. He encountered Ice Cube in front of a 7 Eleven convenience store in South Central, California. Ice Cube eventually struck a deal with the newcomer, and soon Short Khop made guest appearances in Ice Cube’s 1998 War & Peace – Volume 1 (The War Disc). To return the favor, Ice Cube appeared on Short Khop’s debut 2001 album, Da Khop Shop. Khop was mentioned in William Shaw’s 1999 book Westsider’s. To date, he has not released a follow-up to his debut album.
From his latest EP, Second Notice, Skeme debuts the feel-good visuals for “Won’t Judge You.”
“I made this song about having no bias about a girl’s past or what she has going on at the moment, but instead we gonna have some fun…no judgment here,” says Skeme. “And I wanted the video to match that, to be fun and realistic! Really show everyone what a hot day in LA is really like,”