BrandUn DeShay has produced for the likes of Curren$y, Dom Kennedy, Danny Brown, Von Pea, and more. After dropping 4 mixtapes, BrandUn DeShay releases his album just a few short weeks back. Dead End Hip Hop takes a listen to BrandUn DeShay’s album, All Day DeShay and give you our take on the Chicago native’s latest project. No Politics. No BS.
Dead End Hip Hop discusses the BET Cyphers. You asked for it on Twitter. You asked for it on Facebook. You asked for it in the comment section. You emailed us. Well, here it is. Most of you that follow us on Twitter heard real time what we thought about the BET Cyphers as it took place. We get together to give you the Dead End Hip Hop take on the BET Cyphers. No Politics. No BS.
As you know, Dead End Hip Hop was at this years A3C for the second consecutive year. This time as Offical Media Partners. Check out day one from the festival as three days of hip hop begins in one of the biggest hip hop festivals in the south!
Brooklyn MC Mr. Muthafuckin’ Exquire is starting to make some noise. With the breakout of the Huzzah remix featuring Das Racist, El-P, Danny Brown, and Despot, people have started to take notice. We linked up with The Needledrop again for this album review. Take a listen and see what Dead End Hip Hop has to say about Lost In Translation. No Politics. No BS.
Cats & Dogs is the second studio album by emcee Evidence. It’s his first on the Minneapolis label Rhymesayers and the follow up to The Weatherman LP which dropped in 2008. This album has received a lot of request for a review. It was highly anticipated in the hip hop community.
Check out what Dead End Hip Hop has to say about the Dilated Peoples crew members second album. No Politics. No B.S.
J. Cole’s rise to fame is still in progress. A successful, captivating album review can only do wonders to help the North Carolina native. After signing to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation in 2009, people wondered could J. Cole live up to the pressure of such a high profile label signing. With his debut release, Dead End Hip Hop takes a listen to J. Cole’s Cole World to see if it could live up the the hype and expectations.
This is a topic we know all too well. A few of us have been called haters on this show which is not the case. We could honestly care less. We only care about the music. Oh but don’t tell our random viewers that or people that happen to come across our album reviews or discussions. We hate on everything. Or are just old. In any event, here is what we think of the old universal colloquialism of the term hating.
Das Racist is an alternative hip hop group based in Brooklyn, New York City. They are composed of emcees Himanshu Suri (Heems), Victor Vazquez (Kool A.D.) and hype man Ashok Kondabolu (Dap). After dropping two mixtapes that were well received, Shut Up Dude and Sit Down Man, Das Racist has been been on everyone’s radar.
Das Racist dropped their debut album a few weeks back to rave reviews and acceptance among the hip hop world. Now it’s time for DEHH to weigh in on the album. Check out what we have to say about Das Racist’s “Relax” here on Dead End Hip Hop. No Politics. No B.S.
What does nearly a million records sold first week out mean? Well, nothing to Jay-Z and Kanye West. Or does it? Almost going platinum in a week has to mean something in today’s environment. We all know that Jay-Z and Lil Wayne has a “beef” of sorts going on. Will Tunechi doubling up Hov and Ye add fuel to the fire? What about the so called beef? Is it a beef? We tackle those question and more in this discussion about Lil Wayne and Jay-Z. What do you think?
Former U-N-I member Thurz drops his highly anticipated album LA Riot a few weeks back. With a busy schedule on our hands, it has taken some time for us to review this album. It would have been an injustice not to do so. From top to bottom the album is loaded with quality material. Check out what Dead End Hip Hop has to say about Thurz’s solo debut LA Riot. No Politics. No BS.