Wiki – “Elixir” (ft. Jesse James Solomon and Obongjayar)

Wiki partnered with two Brits for his latest single "Elixir," which premiered today on BBC Radio 1Xtra. The track pairs the Brooklyn rapper with a smoky…
Tosten Burks / December 6, 2018

Interview: Wiki Talks New Album No Mountains in Manhattan and the Future of Ratking

Last Monday afternoon, pedestrians in paper glasses stared at the sky, mouths agape like chickens in the rain as they gawked at the solar eclipse.
Brian Josephs / August 28, 2017

Wiki Announces Debut Album No Mountains in Manhattan

New York rapper Wiki has announced that his debut album No Mountains in Manhattan is dropping later this summer. Wiki dropped his solo mixtape Lil Me back in 2015 and,…
Brian Josephs / July 18, 2017

Wiki Releases New Song “Pretty Bull,” Will Throw Shows in the Five Boroughs

Wiki, still holding steady as a solo artist, is back with his new song "Pretty Bull." The single is his first since March's "Icarus," and like that…
Brian Josephs / June 27, 2017

New Music: Wiki – “Icarus”

Today, Wiki has dropped his new joint "Icarus." Although he and fellow New Yorker Your Old Droog teamed up for an EP last month, this new…
Brian Josephs / March 22, 2017

New Music: Secret Circle (Wiki, Antwon, Lil Ugly Mane) – “Satellite” ft. Despot

Rap has more than its fair share of supergroups who could never get it together for a full-length projects, including Murder Inc. (DMX, Ja Rule,…
Brian Josephs / January 3, 2017

New Music: Sporting Life – “Nothing to Hide” ft. Wiki and Dev Hynes

Hak's departure from RATKING left the group without the wistful texture that helped make their cacophonous sounds compelling. Sporting Life and Wiki have talented friends, though. Dev…
Brian Josephs / October 26, 2016

Ratking’s Sporting Life Announces ‘Slam Dunk Vol. 1,’ Releases First Single ‘Kill That Shout’

Great news for Ratking fans who happen to love Takehiko Inoue's beloved '90s manga Slam Dunk. Producer Sporting Life is releasing a series of EPs titled…
Brian Josephs / August 18, 2016

Rapper Hak Has Left Ratking

Considering that Ratking haven't released new material since early 2015, and the fact that Wiki and Sporting Life both released their solo projects in 2015, the trio's breakup…
Brian Josephs / June 22, 2016

Wiki Shares New Home Video for Jazzy ‘Crib Tax’

Homegrown New York City rapper Wiki has followed up his main outfit Ratking's shrewd 2014 debut LP, So It Goes, with a gritty mixtape of his own.
Harley Brown / January 8, 2016

Download Ratking’s Surprise New EP, ‘700 Fill,’ From BitTorrent

Much like Radiohead's Thom Yorke did last fall with his Tomorrow's Modern Boxes album, New York rap trio Ratking have just dropped an EP via BitTorrent…
Brennan Carley / March 4, 2015

Beastie Boys’ Ad-Rock Remixes Ratking’s Wild and Wooly ‘Canal’

Above, Beastie Boys OG Ad-Rock gives more than your friendly nod, wink, and co-sign to New York rap avant-guardians Ratking — the brass-monkey enthusiast and…
Olivia Forman / July 31, 2014

Rap Songs of the Week: Chance the Rapper and SZA Sing the Blues

Drake, "Days In the East" Presumably designed to counter the controversy-starting, subliminal-filled "Draft Days," this typical Drake track is, well, probably about Rihanna. Though the…
Brandon Soderberg / April 10, 2014

Ratking Pay Dark Tribute to Manhattan in ‘Canal’ Video

Today marks the XL Recordings release of So It Goes, the first major album by New York hip-hop collective Ratking, so it's perfect timing for the album's…
John Surico / April 8, 2014

10 Albums to Stream: EMA, Todd Terje, Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks, OFF!, Protomartyr, More

It's that time of the week: Hotly anticipated albums are streaming online right now, and we've collected the best of the bunch. Scroll down to…
Kyle McGovern / April 3, 2014
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