The neo-soul songstress Muhsinah drops a surprise EP celebrating the month of January. Black Excellence. Enjoy.
Why do I like so many rappers out of Queens? Not sure, but Anik Khan is Queens-bred by way of Bengal, adding a new dimension to what you might expect from a Queens MC. By combining a little reggae,
I've been following this brother for some time now and I'm proud to announce that he's finally released a complete project. I've had the honor of consulting with his people behind the scenes and I
Though many of us may not remember much of Canibus' body of solo work, we can remember the line "the greatest rapper of all time died on March 9th" with reference to Christopher Wallace, aka The Notorious
Allen York links up with The Trackoholics for The Happy Hour EP. Listen and enjoy!
I'm a couple of months behind on this one, but given how dope her last project was, I had to share her second, which I just stumbled across today on Spotify (follow the Front-Free playlist there if you're
The curiously named, enigmatic Coney Island MC Your Old Droog drops a fantastically textured, well-produced EP that vocally reminds me of Jay Electronica making some understandable, fun music...and
Skyzoo and Torae present their long-awaited collaboration album and I'm proud to say I knew weeks ago this was a solid LP. Look for my review soon on KevinNottingham.com. For now, stream the album
Finally, Meyhem Lauren releases his collaboration album with producer Buckwild, entitled Silk Pyramids. Cop that on iTunes today, crumbs. Stream the album below and find guest appearances by Action
We're often too wrapped up in the idea of hip-hop being an American-bred culture to recognize its global reach and the appreciation others have for it abroad. I randomly stumbled across Oslo, Norway