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Black Hippy colleagues Ab-Soul and Schoolboy Q mostly get together to make supremely zooted party anthems, and "Hunnid Stax," from Ab-Soul's new album These Days..., certainly fits the bill. Director…   Read Story »
L.A.'s Black Hippy crew boasts superstars like Kendrick Lamar and Schoolboy Q, but Ab-Soul, the permanently zooted conspiracy theorist of the crew, might best embody its place in the rap ecosystem,…   Read Story »
After a long build-up, Ab-Soul will release his third full-length These Days... this week. Our last taste of the new album before the whole thing gets dropped on us comes in the form of this video…   Read Story »
Ab-Soul has been steadily releasing songs from his upcoming third album These Days over the last few weeks and this one may be the best one yet. It didn't make it to the album proper, but it does…   Read Story »
We recently heard Ab-Soul, the most reliably bugged-out member of L.A.'s Black Hippy crew, unite with Action Bronson and Asaad on his track "Stigmata," and now he's finally made concrete plans for…   Read Story »
Last week, Ab-Soul shared "Stigmata," a track that's most likely on his upcoming third album. The full version features Action Bronson and Assad but the video drops the two guest rappers and serves…   Read Story »
Ab-Soul, the Black Hippy crew's resident bugged-out rap weirdo, has been working on a mysterious new album called These Days... for a while now, and he's been throwing consistently strong loose…   Read Story »
Ab-Soul's taken a backseat since the release of 2012's Control System, keeping busy with an insane amount of guest verses on songs from Chance The Rapper, Danny Brown, fellow Black Hippy members…   Read Story »
Schoolboy Q's first two albums featured Ab-Soul collabs called "Druggys Wit Hoes" and "Druggys Wit Hoes Again," but a third part didn't show up on his latest album Oxymoron. At the L.A. stop of his…   Read Story »
Last month, we learned that Common had once again teamed up with No I.D., the producer behind his classic 1994 album Resurrection, for a new full-length called Nobody Smiling. They've already shared…   Read Story »