Mac Miller, “S.D.S.” Live on Fallon

Mac Miller adopts a bit of Jamaican patois into his voice for this rendition with The Roots, whose interpretation of FlyLo’s backing track is faithful but nicely smoothed. Watching Movies With The Sound Off is out now.

posted: June 24th, 2013, 10:55am


Hip-Hop History: The Roots - The Next Movement

​The originals, working all the angles. Off 1999’s Things Fall Apart. Watch


Hip-Hop History: The Roots - “Silent Treatment”

​Classic relationship rhymes from The Roots off 1995’s Do You Want More?!!!??! Watch


Hip-Hop History: The Roots ft. Erykah Badu - You Got Me

The Roots crew with songwriting from Jill Scott and the haunting vocals of E. Badu. From 1999 release Things Fall Apart. Watch

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Hip-hop Wisdom: Yasiin Bey

Yasiin Bey, known for most of his career as Mos Def, has helped shape the dialogue and definition of hip-hop, both musically and politically for nearly… Read


Ab-Soul feat. Mac Miller, ScHoolboy Q, “Hunnid Stax’

​Ab-Soul, Q, Mac Miller, and a small army of girls in leotards explain what to do with a stack of hunnids. Off of Ab-Soul’s latest TDE release These Days. Watch


The Roots feat. Patty Crash, “Never”

Haunting vocals from Patty Crash permeate The Roots’ latest single from ...and then you shoot your cousin, an atmospheric track with a surreal and nightmarish… Watch