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Dave East – Free Smoke (Remix) [Video]

Posted on May 2, 2017

Dave East unveils a music video for his EastMix of Drake's "Free Smoke" track. Watch the clip above.

"Paranoia" coming soon!

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MC Eiht feat. WC & DJ Premier – Represent Like This [Video]

Posted on May 2, 2017

Mc Eiht drops a visual for the first single from his upcoming album "Which Way Iz West".

Watch the clip for "Represent Like This" with WC and Premo above.

Freeway On Signing To Roc Nation, Jay-Z Signing Former Enemies To His Label & More [Video]

Posted on May 2, 2017

After revealing at the start of the interview that he's officially signed to Roc Nation, Freeway spoke about Jay Z signing former enemies like Fat Joe and Jim Jones to his label. He explained that Jay is a great businessman and he must have seen something great in the both of them to sign them to his label.

Moving along, Freeway spoke about the difficulty of being Muslim in America today, as he explained that a lot of people have a misunderstanding of Islam. The Philly rapper also revealed why he supported Hillary Clinton for president, and his thoughts on the three strike rule, which you can hear more about above.

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Open Space w/ Prodigy [Video]

Posted on May 2, 2017

As many East Coast hip hop heads know, this past week carries special significance for the legendary hardcore duo Mobb Deep. Last Tuesday marked the 22nd anniversary of The Infamous, an archetype of grimy 1990's New York hip hop. For our latest episode of "Open Space," Prodigy of Mobb Deep stopped by MASS APPEAL to tell us exactly how important The Infamous really was; especially after Mobb Deep's not-so-stellar debut album, Juvenile Hell.

"We ain't going to get another chance after this," Prodigy said, keeping it real as ever. "If we flop again it's over. So we regrouped, went into the crib—mad 40s, mad weed—and started grinding, like really making beats."

By focusing heavily on production, Prodigy and Havoc crafted the signature sound for which Mobb Deep is known. "The lifestyle that we were living, the lifestyle that we grew up in, the beats just naturally came out like some dark, sinister-sounding, shit," Prodigy added. "The lyrics were easy after that because the beats pulled the lyrics out of me."

Thankfully for Mobb Deep, this reinvention of their sound fared well, commercially and critically. The Infamous was certified Gold just two months after its release and remains one of the most revered albums in hip hop today.

Check the rest of our interview with Prodigy where he speaks on getting Mobb Deep's demo into Q-Tip's hands, the making of his 1999 single "Quiet Storm," and how the bootlegging of their fourth album, Murda Muzik, actually helped it go platinum.

Peep the entire interview above.

Big Lenbo feat. Logic – Ice Cold [Audio]

Posted on May 2, 2017

Logic joins Big Lenbo in his new single "Ice Cold". Listen below.

Gift Of Gab feat. R.A. The Rugged Man& A-F-R-O – Freedom Form Flowing [Audio]

Posted on May 2, 2017

Underground hip-hop luminaries from East to West unite as Gift Of Gab is joined by R.A. The Rugged Man and A-F-R-O on the new track "Freedom Form Flowing". Taken from Gift Of Gab's new EP "Rejoice! Rappers Are Rapping Again!", which is now available at

Cee-Lo Green – Redbone (Remix) [Audio]

Posted on May 2, 2017

Cee-Lo Green shares a dope remix of Childish Gambino's "Redbone". Hear it below.

Kahlee – Stick Em Up B-Boy Shit [Audio x Download]

Posted on May 2, 2017

Kahlee hits us with the Moody Beats-laced "Stick Em Up B-Boy Shit". Grab it below and hit the jump for episodes 15 - 18 of Kahlee's #BarsWeekly series.