Recent tweets from Wiley and Jay Electronica, among others, have sown discord and division between communities that have more in common than not.
British rapper Wiley was hit with a seven day ban from the platform after a day-long antisemitic rant.
The long-dormant hip-hop group is releasing an album, too.
It seems the only way we're going to hear 'Act II: Patents of Nobility' is through a piecemeal release strategy.
Yes, we know. But forget what you know about Sandé. This is a track that reeks with the scent of a smoke-fuelled, late-night hook-up.
"Ain't nobody safe no more."
From Jay Electronica giving King Krule his Roc-a-Fella chain to Poorgrrrl traumatizing the audience, III Points was full of the unexpected.
Jay Z promoted TIDAL with a concert of rarities and unexpected cameos for diehard fans in New York City.
"Road to Perdition" is taken from the long-awaited 'Act II: Patents of Nobility' and was reportedly played to a fan over AOL Instant Messenger.
2014 hasn't changed the perception of Jay Electronica as rap's biggest tease but is that about to change?