Rock Steady Crew Anniversary performers Rasheed Chappell, Torae, and Special Ed showed up to the Rap Is Outta Control after-party to continue the celebration with a freestyle. Check out the video clip and subscribe to Rap Is Outta Control on YouTube to stay updated with…
New York City emcee and D.I.T.C. affiliate Milano stopped by Rap Is Outta Control to promote his upcoming mixtape Alpha Romeo and spit some lyrics while DJ Eclipse held down the turntables.
Queens emcee Nutso and Coney Island emcee Nems show up to Sirius XM to promote their upcoming projects and spit. Check out their freestyle on Rap Is Outta Control.
Chicago rapper Add-2 swings by to promote his 2013 mixtape, More Missed Calls. He’s worked with 9th Wonder, Kendrick Lamar, The Roots, and more. Check out his freestyle on Rap Is Outta Control.
Blacastan and Motive of Demigodz kick some rhymes at Sirius XM’s Rap Is Outta Control. Purchase the Demigodz album KILLmatic here.
One of the earliest emcees in hip hop and star of The Art Of Rap documentary, Grandmaster Caz kicks a freestyle with the smooth and effortless flow he is known for.
Beard Gang members Jakk Frost and Tana Da Beast trade off vicious rhymes on Rap Is Outta Control.
Esoteric of the legendary Boston hip hop group 7L & Esoteric spits a quick freestyle on Rap Is Outta Control. Check out the new album with Inspectah Deck called Czarface.
Homeboy Sandman, I Am Many, and Sha Stimuli trade off verses for a killer freestyle session at Rap Is Outta Control.
Craig G of the legendary Juice Crew freestyles back and forth with Coney Island emcee Torae.