Posts Tagged ‘Rob Regal’

The Breaks: The Busy March Edition

What writer can't relate to the grind of trappin' out a Starbucks?

The Breaks: Local Rappers Get Honest

"Start plottin’ my way out this/’Cause shows like Empire make the very thing I dreamed of look like bullshit."

The Breaks: The First Hip-Hop Happenings of 2015

New music from Fat Trel, videos from Awthentik and Rob Regal, and proof that Shy Glizzy's popularity is spreading

Listen to Silk Road, Inner Loop’s Ode to the Obscene

Journey through the Internet's now-defunct black market with lewd tales and dark beats.

The Breaks: This Week in DMV Hip-Hop

The Breaks returns this week with a plethora of information about Logic's debut album, as well as new music from Diamond District, Rob Regal, Nike Nando and Prince Akeem.
Details on Logic’s Debut Album
After going most of the summer without any updates about Logic’s album, fans and critics alike have been bombarded with information about it [...]

The Breaks: Trillectro and a Song for Ferguson

The Breaks is back after a two-week hiatus with thoughts on the surprise hit that regenerated national interest in Wale four years ago, new music from Yung Gleesh, Rahiem Supreme, and Dino Bam, and an old Rob Regal song that’s become painfully relevant in the wake of what’s happening in Ferguson, Mo. Then, of course, [...]

The Breaks: This Week in DMV Hip-Hop

In August’s first installment of the Breaks, I consider the runaway power of Shy Glizzy’s street anthem "Awwsome," a posse cut from producer local export Tittsworth, the introduction of Rob Regal, and some new Black Cobain featuring Wale.
The Awesome Power of Shy Glizzy’s "Awwsome"
I’ll admit it—I thought it was just going to be another local [...]