Cold Case is a new segment here on Front-Free where we take a look back at some MCs we miss and find out what (if anything) they're doing now.
Brooklyn MC Sauce Money was one of those artists that was
I remember watching CMC (California Music Channel) back home in the Bay Area, CA and seeing the video for "Luchini (This Is It)" for the first time, sandwiched in between the local rap and run-of-the-mill
HAPPY BELATED 4/20, FOLKS.
It's been a dope week in music. Some nice releases and I've been put on to a couple of things as well. This is something new for Front-Free, so bear with us as I get the
If you're looking for that Jansport rap, it ain't here. Take that shit up the block. Pharoahe Monch just dropped an LP not too long ago and it's dope, but this is just something else entirely.
You probably best remember Philadelphia MC Sandman (aka Sandcannon) from his role as 1/4 of The Re-Up Gang, with The Clipse and Ab Liva (of Major Figgas). After leaving the group in 2008 over artistic
Ignore that picture (I just thought it was funny) and kill your goddamn radio. That's the new motto. There's too much good music to be had out here for grown-ass people to be turning on the radio
the original david was conceived in the eighties. it's the result of hip hop, the challenger, sesame street, reading rainbow, boom boxes, eight tracks in the garage, records
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Let's just get this out of the way. I'm going to throw out some generalizations. I'm
I ended up downloading The Weeknd's House of Balloons mixtape as a result of a very simple suggestion: "Man, just download it". I was asking one of my Twitter followers what it was supposed to be