Onyx ft. Dope D.O.D. – #WakeDaFucUp prod. by Snowgoons

This new Onyx though?!?!?? The track features Dope D.O.D. out of the Netherlands and is produced by the Snowgoons.


Roc Marciano – “Slingers” ft. Knowledge The Pirate

Download Roc Marci’s new mixtape, The Pimpire Strikes Back, on DatPiff.

Track Listing:

2.The Sacrifice (prod. Madlib)
3.Doesn’t Last (prod. Roc Marciano)
4.Slingers feat. Knowledge the Pirate
5.I.D.K (prod. Roc Marciano)
6.Take Me Over (prod Evidence)
7.Higher Learning (prod. Roc Marciano)
8.Sincerely Antique feat. Action Bronson / Willy the Kid (prod. Alchemist)
9.Ice Cream Man (prod. Roc Marciano)
11.Ten Toes Down feat. Knowledge The Pirate (prod. The Alchemist)
12.Velvet Cape feat. Action Bronson / Mayhem Lauren (prod. Roc Marciano)
13.Shower Posse feat. Knowledge The Pirate (prod. Arch Druids)
14.German V’s (prod. Roc Marciano)
15.Bruh Man (prod. Lord Finesse)
16.Ruff Town feat. Cormega (prod. Roc Marciano)

Credit to the homies at ITCHfm for the links and tracklist.


In an exclusive interview, Akala, one of the UK’s most respected Hip Hop artists talks to Ceasefire’s Adam Elliott-Cooper and Usayd Younis about race, history and philosophy, with exclusive video performances from his latest material.

“Hip Hop’s Shakespeare, Akala, is often regarded as one of the most lyrically sophisticated, innovative and politically radical Hip Hop artists in the UK. His songs address a range of issues, including racism, imperialism, inequality and the corporatisation of culture, and as a result, rarely receives the airplay on mainstream media outlets that his immense talents deserve.

Akala runs the Hip Hop Shakespeare Company, in which he engages young people in appreciating literature. Its aim is to boost their intellectual confidence and understanding. Akala is also a commentator on social issues, and is known for his wide historical erudition and the deeply philosophical vision of his work.”




Dope new music from Driemanskap, one of the most talented South African Hip hop groups out right now.

“Izulu Lelam is the first video from Driemanskap’s forthcoming second album, Hlala Nam.

‘Izulu Lelam’, which, translated from isiXhosa, means ‘heaven is mine’, is a song of hope dedicated to anyone going through tough times in life. The message of the song is that one day everyone will be free from the chains of hardship because heaven is a place that doesn’t discriminate between rich or poor, black or white.”

Directed by: Ari Kruger (