The Conglomerate Entertainment present new music from their latest signee Ice cold NYC rapper Murda Mook with his newly released single “100 Dollar Bill” featuring hip hop recording artist, producer Audi Rob. Murda Mook is coming to demolish the streets and his new single surely gives you a taste of what’s to come.
YNVS artist Conan rages on with Murda Mook on “Energy” over a vicious Speedy Babyy-produced beat. This song appears on Conan’s Trilogy of the Energy God project, which you can find on iTunes and Apple Music HERE.
DotMob‘s Murda Mook, T-Rex and Dutch Brown present their official visual for “Neva Told On Nobody”, directed by Denity of Secret Society Motion Pictures. This song appears on DotMob’s Fuxk The Politics mixtape hosted by DJ Whoo Kid, which is currently available for download and streaming.
DotMob‘s Murda Mook, T-Rex and Dutch Brown present their dramatic, angst-filled visual for “Voices” from their upcoming album 1999. The track was produced by Triple A, and video directed by Secret Society Motion Pictures.
Look out for DotMob’s Fxck The Politics mixtape with DJ Whoo Kid coming 2/24, and get the “Voices” single on iTunes now.
Saturday night, Smack/URL hosted their 5th annual event Night of Main Events 5 in NYC. During the event Drake was asked when he was going to finally battle Murda Mook, he simply responded “you gotta beat Surf first before you get to me.”
ICYMI, a few months back Drake had told Murda Mook he wanted to battle him. Of course people got involved to make sure things would be handled correctly, but the event never happened.
Back in February, Mook and Drake came close to actually battling at ‘Blackout 5.’ During the press conference Drake stated:
“I would love to enter this scene. It’s just, it’s tough for me because it’s a no-holds-barred competitive interaction. The problem with that is that I have to go back to my life after that. I’ve always struggled with that as far as battle rap goes. I would love to get into the scene, but I have obligations [and] I might say something, or somebody might say something about me, which makes it tough when I have, like, corporate stuff going on. It’s a tough thing, but I think one day I might do it. I don’t know if Mook deserves it but I definitely have a folder full on bars in my phone for somebody one day, so we’ll figure it out.”
Sounds like Drake has a little battle rapper somewhere in him. We can’t wait until this event actually happens, if it ever happens.
The RapFest is back with the 8th installment of their exclusive cipher series, bringing it harder than ever before. This serves as the finale to The Rapfest’s 4-part collaborative subseries with HipHopDX, and it’s no surprise that they decided to go out with a bang.
In this cipher series, Jae Millz, Nems, andMurda Mook, fires up the Chicago produced beat and knocks any last traces of winter out of the park, all in a New York minute! Exibition Z film’s Chris Zino was the only one talented enough to capture the visuals so exquisitely.
The RapFest broke barriers this time, orchestrating the reunion of two battle rap legends straight out of the streets of Harlem. YMCMB’s own Jae Millz and his former competitor, street legend Murda Mook, have barely communicated and certainly hasn’t been featured together since their battle on Smack DVD in 2005. Coney Island’s general, Nems, who is also no stranger to battle rap, serves as an accomplice to this annihilation premeditated by Chicago Beats. The eerie sounding effects and the dark aura created by the guitar are the perfect combination for the crime scene the trio creates.
Peep the FULL clip below:
The RapFest continues to execute in their mission to uplift every aspect of Hip Hop culture, from the producers to the emcees, deciphering every component and harmonizing it in a way that no other platform can.
Series 9 will premiere in April and there’s no telling what barriers will be broken next!