Burgie Streetz and Poindexter sit down to review Jay-Z’s 4:44 album. Listen to “Jay Z 4:44 LIVE ALBUM REVIEW” on Spreaker.
“ZOTOWSKI is killing it on SoundCloud. With over 2K followers and hella plays, dude is definitely making waves. Birmingham, Alabama is under appreciated in the hip hop scene, but it seems like his newest drop ’30’ is changing listener’s views of the southern state. Producer KayDay killed the instrumental. It’s up tempo and ZOTOWSKI […]
Hero, begin to pay his dues in the year 1996 doing shows throughout the communities of Palm Beach, Broward, and Dade County. He has performed on various stages for radio stations (POWER 96, HOT 105, and 99 JAMZ). Hero was also featured on BET’s 106 and Park and was invited to be a part of […]
Fresh off the Mogul Squared Launch Party, UML returns to the Batcave to discuss Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Prince, And Michael Jackson. Which one was better during their respective prime? Was Marvin indirectly responsible for Stevie and Michael doing their thing later in the 70s? How long was Prince’s Purple Reign? 5 years? 8 years? […]
Maal Himself, the budding Milwaukee wordsmith is starting to turn heads lately. He is a bit of an anomaly, and usually behind the scenes songwriting, managing, and producing for his label mates, However, when he does appear he is something you can’t ignore. Showing incredible range from lyrical, braggadocio, and up-tempo, this is an […]
The Mogul Lounge, Wally, Belafonte and El Fatiah discuss hip hop and nothing but hip hop. We examine LL Cool J and his place among hip hop greats. Is he the GOAT of all Goats? Or does his legacy diminish over time as rappers accomplish more? We also take a look at the latest hip hop releases by Rick […]
This seems to be the season of beef!!! The Mogul Lounge takes this opportunity to revisit some of hip hop’s best diss records. Join us on UrbanMogulLife.com
In typical Mogul fashion, I always have more in store. Check out my latest video ‘Coolin’ featuring Signif. Shout out to Coppa, Mammyth and the whole UniFi fam.
My man MaalHimself was in the ride and said “I have some new SNYD that’s about to be released for you to hear!” I was like “WORD!” I handed him the aux cord and he pressed PLAY. I adjusted the volume button on the wheel and turned it up. I thought I was in a […]
Mr. Easy returns with another jawn for your eardrums. This track is produced by the incomparable T Streetz. Check it out.
SPEAK Easy is back with another fresh joint with assist from Canned Beatz. Listen to Throw Down Some Ice.
This song made the last I made with my homie Coppa, but this version is my favorite. Check it out. Thanks for your support.
So last night DJ Khaled finally dropped the video to perhaps the most hyped up song since Michael Jackson returned with “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You”. For like the last 2 months if not longer all you heard was about how Jay-Z did a song with Future and it was the best thing […]
On this particular joint, I linked up with my lil bro T Streetz to bring you some relaxing hip-hop soul. Check out ‘At Ease.’
This is probably one of the most intense and revealing songs I have ever recorded. If you listen, there are messages. The instrumental is from Khrysis. I stumbled upon this when I was doing other research online and this is dope. Thank you all for your support. This is for the love of the culture.
Danny P Ocean First off let me preface this by saying I love hip-hop and the culture that it gave me. I probably have been affected more by hip-hop than any other single culture. The culture of hip-hop introduced me to Malcolm X, jazz, and a multitude of books I may have never picked up. […]
I got a hold of the ‘All The Way Up’ instrumental by Fat Joe and Remy Ma and put my own spin to it. #Bars #LoosiePearls
Ladies and Gentlemen we would like to welcome you to The Summit. The Summit is a podcast where we will chop it up and discuss music we love, hate, miss, and wish were made. On this episode, Ali and El-Fatiah discuss the state of Black music. Where did it go wrong? What happened to it?
On this particular joint you can feel the art of emceeing being fully displayed. Sometimes all it takes is 16!!!
On this particular joint I was blessed to spit with some of EMP Entertainment’s illest emcees. Check out ‘Her.’ This is from their album ‘Good Misery. Bad Company.’ Give it a listen.