To those of you who have supported Identical Variant and our Art Of Hip-Hop (AOHH) event throughout the years, we humbly thank you and hope you’ll keep rockin’ with us … Continue reading
Since it’s just starting to heat up outside, we at Identical Variant decided to flood the streets with some limited edition dope again, you know, the good stuff. For just … Continue reading
Detroit’s own Black Milk hits us with something trill featuring the one and only Trill OG, Bun B. You can find this track along with many dope others on Black’s upcoming … Continue reading
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Common‘s classic Hip-Hop track “I Use To Love H.E.R.,” Detroit emcee/producer Nolan The Ninja gives the song brand new life as he adds his own original … Continue reading
The latest comic from Brandon Howard and Sean Mack’s The Revolutionary Times proves why you should probably keep your DVDs of The Wire out of the reach of toddlers. The … Continue reading
It’s Throwback Thursday today and we have an oldie but goodie on deck from the super Hip-Hop Detroit group (and our friends) Clear Soul Forces. Up top is the their … Continue reading
Flint femcee Laomi Devinci wants to know if you’re mad or not on her latest freestyle. Well…are ya? Don’t be mad, be glad, and keep checking back to see when her … Continue reading
Today marks the release of Milwaukee-born, New York-based femcee Signif‘s new album, Friction, which features guest verses Aldrick, Sadat X, and Detroit’s own Elzhi among others. Delivering hard-hitting rhymes that carry a message … Continue reading
Taztro starts the week off right with a killer freestyle in the form of “Noid.” Check it out.
Bars hits us with something unexpected and dope on this fine Thursday afternoon. Produced by Keyz, here’s “Up Top.”
Produced by Falls, the sultry Texas songbird simply known as LOE brings a refreshingly real vibe to the table on the airy, enigmatic “Lights Out.” Make sure to keep tabs on this … Continue reading
On Tim Westwood‘s latest episode of “Crib Sessions,” Gangsta Gibbs goes all the way in over Wayne and Drake’s “0-100″ real quick during his visit. Check it out.