MIXTAPE: Trae The Truth – I Am King


Houston’s Trae The Truth delivers his latest mixtape entitled, I Am King.  The 20-song project sports features from the likes of Diddy, Young Jeezy, T.I., Lil Reese, Kevin Gates, Snoop Dogg, Lupe Fiasco, Wiz Khalifa, B.O.B., Jadakiss, Yo Gotti and Meek Mill.  Fans can also look forward to hearing some bangin’ production courtesy of Beat Bully, Jahlil Beats, League of Starz, V Don and much more.  CLICK HERE to download I Am King and check out the tracklist provided for all the details.



HD VIDEO: Casey Veggies & Hit-Boy – “The Boy” Live At “Welcome To The Block Party”


California native Casey Veggies took the stage at Diamond Supply Co. and Crooks & Castles first annual “Welcome To The Block Party.”  Surprising the crowd with a live performance of his new and unreleased Hit-Boy produced track “The Boy,” Veggies goes to work with offering the crowd a short taste before transitioning into an a capella.  Take a look as the young rapper invites producer Hit-Boy to join him on stage during his set for the upbeat track.

VIDEO: Kendrick Lamar Talks The Evolution of Black Hippy + More


Guerilla Union links up with Kendrick Lamar for a new interview where he talks the early stages of Black Hippy and the philosophy behind the group’s movement.  The Compton native also shares his thoughts on the group’s early plan to eventually come back together after establishing their own respective careers.  Black Hippy will also be performing at Guerilla Union’s upcoming Rock The Bells 2013 Festival which starts September 7.

VIDEO: Mally Mall Talks Bay Area Roots, Mac Dre + More w/ DJ Skee


Music industry powerhouse and Bay Area native, Mally Mall, sits down for an exclusive interview with DJ Skee and opens up about coming up under E-40 and his past relationship with deceased Crestside legend Mac Dre. Mall praises Dre’s storytelling abilities and identifies the rapper as an early and vital influence in his life. Mally Mall also credits Mac for laying the foundation for other Bay Area talent to flourish like Spice 1 and Mac Mall after the success of his “2 Hard 4 The Fuckin’ Radio” track off his Young Black Brotha EP. Skee and Mally also discuss the importance of competition and the effect it has to push artists to hone their skills and strive for greater success.