Danny Brown has released the tracklist for his highly anticipated new album Atrocity Exhibition. Due out September 30, the 15 track album will boast features from Kendrick Lamar, Earl Swearshirt, Ab-Soul, Kelela, B-Real, and Petite Noir. You can peep it after the jump.
The artist behind the mysterious TDE September album release has been revealed. Earlier today Isaiah Rashad dropped a video for his new track “Free Lunch”, which ended with a note saying “09.02.16”. That date syncs up with the one TDE President Dave Free tweeted last week, sparking all kinds of rumors. Check out the “Free Lunch” video after the jump.
Savemoney is not playing fair. #SavemoneySummer continues its takeover as Towkio drops the video for his song “Playing Fair” ft. Joey Purp. The video shows the Savemoney crew hoopin’ in Chicago, with multiple appearances from Vic Mensa. The track appears on Towkio’s latest project Community Service 2. Check it out after the jump.
With their collaborative album coming out later this year, Fat Joe and Remy Ma followed up their huge summer single “All The Way Up” with the single “Cookin”. It features fellow Bronxite French Montana and up-and-coming rapper RySoValid. This will be their second single off their upcoming joint album Platas O Plomo.
“All The Way Up” reached mass success: attaining platinum status with one million units sold, reaching #27 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and #9 on the US Hot Hip-Hop Chart. Jay Z blessed the song with a feature on it’s remix, earning the single even more air play on the radio. “Cookin” has the similar hard beat filled with trumpets and bass, which can now be expected out of a song featuring Fat Joe and French Montana. Fat Joe is looking to hit on two straight singles as he returns to hip-hop relevancy.
Pusha T’s on a role, seemingly unveiling new goodies from his freshly-released King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude album everyday. Alongside The-Dream, who also appears on the song, Push — who recently kicked a nice freestyle on Sway — performs inside of a church. Check it out after the jump.
Conveniently titled, Chicago rapper G Herbo laces “Just Bars Pt. 2” with some seriously heady rhymes. On the track Herbo hints at his future, which may not be a reference to a proper debut album. He’s had himself a great 2015 and we here at iHipHop are excited — to the least — for whatever Herbo has to offer hip hop heads in the new year. Check out his latest cut, “Just Bars Pt. 2” after the jump.
The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind the Madness is a smash hit, but we’re sure you already know that. The album — and its string of hit singles — is inescapable, which would explain why rapper Dave East felt it was necessary to chime in and remix one of its biggest and catchiest songs, “Tell Your Friends.” Fresh off of “Harder Than Them” with Maino and Uncle Murda, Dave East has a few things to tell your friends. Listen after the jump.
New Yorkers Maino and Uncle Murda have a longstanding relationship; in 2015 alone, they’ve appeared together on the “Real Niggas Back (Remix),” “Love My N*ggas,” DJ Kay Slay’s “Straight Outta Brooklyn,” Cassidy’s “MMM (Remix),” and Rob Cash’s “Welcome to New York.” So it’s no surprise that they’re back again, collaborating on “Thugz Cry” with Manolo Rose. The track is set to appear on Maino and Murda’s joint project, Yellow Tape, which is dropping December 4th. Check out its offering, “Thugz Cry” after the jump.
Uncle Snoop will be dropping off a joint project, Cuzznz, with his cousin Daz Dillinger at the beginning of 2016, but in the meantime Snoop Dogg is sharing a new modern-day sounding single, “I’m From Long Beach.” Check out out after the jump!
With King Push — Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude out now, Pusha T stopped by Sway in the Morning to break down its lyrical content. Additionally, Pusha T stepped up to the plate and kicked a mean freestyle. Check out the full interview and freestyle after the jump.
Atlanta rappers Migos and Young Thug have teamed up for a new track called “Crime Stoppers,” which will appear on their forthcoming MigoThuggin mixtape. Listen to the track above, via Pitchfork. Listen after the jump.