We're really excited to reveal the tracklisting for our newest King Kulture project, 'King Kulture: Stop The Traffic,' which consists of 16 all new unreleased exclusive songs. Pre-orders for the album and limited and exclusive packages are available from the Rapzilla Official Online Store now.
Lecrae participated in interviews on the red carpet at the BET Awards last weekend and spoke to P. Diddy's Revolt TV regarding a few topics including Jay-Z's Roc Nation being interested in signing him, Kanye West's album Yeezus, and more.
Regarding the Roc Nation interest Lecrae said, "I think it was really just kinda like, a question in the air because they were looking for conscious artists and my name was just thrown in the hat so ... but for me it's like hey, I'm honored if that's the case but any way it goes man I'm just here what I came to do."
We're really excited to reveal the tracklisting for our newest King Kulture project 'King Kulture: Stop The Traffic', but are just revealing the songlisting today. We'll release the full tracklisting on Monday along with pre-orders for the album and limited and exclusive packages in our store. Check the songlisting out after the jump and let us know who you think they belong to.
We have done the Rapzilla.com Beat Battle at Flavor Fest the past 2 years and it is a blast! We have been to Legacy and been a sponsor for the last 3 years and wanted to add another element to the conference and performances. We wanted to keep the beat battle a special and unique part of Flavor Fest so we came up with the idea of getting some emcee's to spit their hottest 16 for a chance at cash and prizes.
Black Knight, winner of Rapzilla's Tedashii "Riot" Remix Contest, producer of KB's "Zone Out", "Be Alright" & other Reach Record artists hits, is dropping a beat tape titled after his catchy tag "It's The Black Knight!" on July 17th, 2013.
The tracklisting and production credits for Yaves' upcoming studio album 'Favor Over Fury,' which is set to release July 16, 2013 from Sling Shot Media Group LLC.
Much of our human existence is characterized by an obsession with "now". And while instant gratification and present pleasure seem to constantly stoke our temporal fires, the truth is that none of us can escape asking one vitally important looming question: "What happens to me after I die?" Hip Hop's connection to the afterlife is well-documented and has included the predictable ("I wonder if heaven got ghetto" from Tupac), the thoughtful ("That's what Heaven look like" from Kendrick Lamar or "Live in the Sky" from T.I.) and yes, even the bizarre (…too many to even name here).
Jay Z tried his hand at an answer while promoting the song "Heaven" from his upcoming new album 'Magna Carta Holy Grail'. In a brief video, the Roc Nation mogul gives his own theological take on God's dwelling place. Jay says:
"No matter what religion you are, like, accept other people's idea. Okay, cause have you ever been to heaven? Have you ever seen it? Just from my ideas, heaven is in your daughter's laughter. Hell can be if your child was missing for three minutes; you're in three minutes of hell. It's just not my beliefs that you know, a just God would make you burn for eternity for free will that He gave."