Hip hop activist Immortal Technique released his latest project for free last month. Dead End Hip Hop took a listen to the album and is back with our assessment of Immortal Technique’s latest project, The Martyr. Check out the review and let us know what you think! No Politics. No BS.
The Roots are back again this year with their eleventh studio album. How does Undun compare to How I Got Over and The Roots earlier work? Dead End Hip Hop paired up with The Needledrop to bring you this epic review of The Roots latest project UnDun. As always, No Politics. No BS.
Brooklyn emcee Torae’s For The Record features dropped last month on 11/1/11. For The Record features production from DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Diamond D, Large Professor, 9th Wonder, Khrysis, Nottz, !llmind and Marco Polo. Dead End Hip Hop takes a listen to Torae’s latest offering giving you our take on the album. No politics. No BS. Dead End Hip Hop.
Mac Miller is an American rapper from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is signed to Rostrum Records and released his debut album Blue Slide Park on November 8, 2011. Mac Miller’s album became the first independent album since The Dogg Pound’s 1995 to debut #1 with over 145,000 copies sold. Many of you in the DEHH community wanted to know our thoughts on the album and Mac Miller. Well, here you go. The Dead End Hip Hop Mac Miller Blue Slide Park review. No Politics. No BS.
Yelawolf’s Radioactive is one of the most anticipated album releases of the year since signing with Shady Records. After delaying the release date, the Alabama native has finally dropped his Shady debut to the masses. Many wondered how Yelawolf would sound since signing to a major label. After the critically acclaimed Trunk Muzik, recently rereleased on Interscope Records, Yelawolf was starting to generate a buzz that made him one of the most anticipated releases this quarter. The question is, how would Yelawolf fair with his major label debut. Dead End Hip Hop takes a listen to Yelawolf’s Radioactive and give…