We got London on the track, plus Fashawn, Outlawz, AD and an old Def Squad freestyle from A Week In Hip Hop.
New music via 27fm's weekly playlist: Fashawn, Queens Of A Stone Age, Mike G, Strange Ranger, Washer, Wand, Freeman and a whole lot more.
Diggy Dupe dropped K.O.T.I.C in July and you'd be wise to snatch a listen, or 50.
Jay Worthy drops some knowledge, A$AP Twelvyy tells his stories, Busta Rhymes freestyles and Tyler, The Creator meets patience.
27fm serves up their weekly selection of groovey tunes featuring: Circuit des Yeux, Sean Price, Rae Sremmurd, Weaves, Mozzy, Alex Cameron and KINDER.
What's been blasting outta the headphones in Nichey Towers this last month? Mate, better clear some space on the ol' fruit-based because it's all coming in fast right here.
Rapsody breaks down some raps, Vic Mensa spits fire, Irv Gotti offers wisdom and Outlawz keep it real about Tupac. That plus a whole lot more from A Week In Hip Hop.
The best tunes of the last week, all in one convenient place. Find something that'll send you down the rabbit hole.
To get our Kiwi Classics journey underway, we start with a look back on the Last Week EP which Home Brew Crew dropped back in 2008.
Listen up to Flying Lotus, Damian Marley, Logic and Giggs from A Week In Hip Hop.
Just the best and funkiest tunes of the last week, curated for ya by the busy folk at 27fm.
Lloyd Banks and Action Bronson spit pure fire, Havoc and G Perico talk their talk and there's a journey through MF DOOM's career.
Just a whole bunch of quality tunes from the last week, carefully procured by the 27fm tastemakers for maximum jammability.
DJ Dahi makes some beats, MC Eiht spits wisdom, an old Smif-N-Wessun and A$AP Twelvyy talking his stuff from A Week In Hip Hop.
27fm's is your weekly music prescription. This week it's led by Joey Bada$$ and also featuring Terrace Martin, Spirit Valley, Omni, Lambchop and Bun B.
Which producers did Vince Staples bring in to make Big Fish Theory? You already know Vince made another impeccable album.
Don't let the speakers go silent when there's so much great music to wrap your ears around. Here are the finest, funkiest, wildest and weirdest albums that got the Cache jamming last month.
Vince Staples and Kendrick Lamar did the radio interviews, Outlawz recount their Deathrow days and we head to England to see what '67' think from A Week In Hip Hop.
We've got a couple new jams from Tyler, The Creator as well as tracks from St. Vincent, Girl Ray, Mal Devisa, SonReal, Half Waif, Wand and a few more for your musical joy.