Easy Lantana’s moment is now. After spending four years in jail, a time he used for soul searching, self-checking, and growth, the RCA Records signee and 24-year-old Cincinnati native is making his name a household brand.
Rappersroom recently chopped it up with Lost Boyz's Mr. Cheeks and he has a lot coming our way pretty soon. In our sit down, he opens up about a new reality TV show, new music, his new artist Pretty Smoke, and more.
For me, it started in my dad’s basement. I was 12 years old and he used to record these hood dudes around the way so they were rapping and one day it was this freestyle cypher thing and I was like man I’m going to try this out
Fred The Godson must have been heaven sent with the supreme flows he spits for adoring fans. He has dug himself out of the streets of the Bronx into a staple artists in New York at a time when NYC has not been getting the shine other regions have.
It’s been like 8 years since me and M-1 recorded an album, and in that time apart we’ve both grown – We’re both fathers now raising our kids, and we’ve just really matured a lot, expanding on how we grew up to the men we are today.
Since bouncing back from the federal weapons charges that once threatened his career, along with longevity in the forever-changing rap game, Tip just released his eighth studio album Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head.
Moruf has been making noise in the underground hip-hop scene for the past few years. A consistent string of mixtapes and singles has opened the door for collaborations with the likes of Theloneous Martin (Curren$y, Action Bronson) and Topaz Jones.
Joe Budden has been on the radar as an emcee for a decade, producing successful hits and critically-acclaimed mixtapes, along with working with legends and some of the brightest lyricists and producers in the game.