Black History Month comes to a close and Montreal emcee Wasiu delivers quite the statement right towards the end. Wasiu shares the HESK and Paveun produced “BLKKKOUT” along with its equally striking and powerful artwork (above.) Listen to Wasiu’s “BLKKKOUT” after the jump.
Pray to god Flatbush Zombies never go solo? After Jewice joined A$AP Ant and Da$h on “Suicide” Meech is joined by A$AP Twelvyy for “Half Time.” Erick The Architect handles the production. Listen to Meech’s “Half Time” after the jump.
It’s no secret, Ab-Soul can spit. And that’s precisely what he does on this new joint entitled “47 Bars.” Produced by Alchemist, Soulo dropped the track via Soundcloud and wrote on his Twitter page that he “might get dropped from the label for this.” Check out “47 Bars” after the jump.
Just look at that artwork above, sh*t got me feelin’ all nostalgic. I remember sitting around as a kid, wasting many hours (and plenty of quarters) on Mortal Kombat. Thankfully we got a rapper like Logic who shares those moments from our days of yore. But wipe those tears, Logic is sharing “Top Ten” after he reached 400k followers on Twitter and it features current King of the South, Big K.R.I.T. (seriously, check out his latest project Cadillactica, if you haven’t yet done so.) This a great little loosie track and we’re thankfully ya’ll followed Logic on Twitter for this! Peep Logic’s “Top Ten” after the jump. PS: I’m gonna download Mortal Kombat, I feel like whoopin’ Shoa Khan’s ass right about now.
When he’s not busy filming car chases or being an all-around baller in Hollywood Ludacris spends his off time spitting freestyles over the hottest radio/street singles. I mean, he practically dominated that lane last year with such hit freestyles/remixes as “Hot N***a,” “Tuesday,” “Numbers on the Board,” and “CoCo.” And now with his full length album Ludaversal on the way (out March 31st) Luda is sharing another new freestyle for 2015. This time he’s ripping Migos’ newest smash “One Time.” Get at it after the jump.
G-Unit’s The Beast Is G-Unit EP is finally getting a release date after much delay and speculation. The 6-track EP will officially drop via iTunes on March 3rd and to celebrate the G-Unit crew is sharing “Boy Boy” off the forthcoming project. Featuring all of the core members (sans Lloyd Banks) “Boy Boy” finds the unit going bar for bar over some sick production courtesy of !llmind, Jake One and G-Koop. Listen after the jump.
Rich Homie Quan recently announced that he is officially splitting from Rich Gang (Young Thug and Birdman, being the other two members at the moment) to focus on his own brand. Quan didn’t exactly reveal any juicy details as to why, given his rapport with fellow Atlantan (and self-proclaimed “brother”) Young Thug. Could this be Rich Homie Quan’s answer to the recent, highly publicized squabble between Lil Wayne and Birdman? Who knows. There is no real, definitive answer as Quan has wisely kept his lips sealed on the matter. However, it’s worth noting that as soon as word got out about Quan’s departure a song entitled “My Homie” surfaced online. The song, as the internet collectively has noted is ironic, with both Quan and Thugger being on the track together. But we doubt there’s any beef, so to speak, between Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug, and we can probably expect more collaborations between the two. Anyway, enough gossip, check out “My Homie” after the jump.
Harlem’s Cannibal Ox will be releasing their highly-anticipated Blade of the Ronin March 3rd (you may preorder it via iTunes here) their first album in fourteen years! The duo of Vordul Mega and Vast Aire have already shared cuts “Blade: The Art of Ox” feat. Artifacts & U-God, “Harlem Knights,” and “Iron Rose” feat. DOOM. But now you may listen to the full album. That’s right, all nineteen tracks are available for free stream after the jump! And don’t forget about Cannibal Ox’ Blade of the Ronin album release party at Webster Hall with GZA, Freeway, and G-Jet. You don’t wanna miss out!
Sean Price is bringing you that heat two days in a row! Yesterday we shared “Anderson Silva” featuring Havoc and today P is sharing “Go Rambo” featuring Illa Ghee & Head I.C.E. Listen to P’s “Go Rambo” after the jump.
The mystery surrounding Kanye West’s “All Day” has been constant, never letting up one bit, with rumors and speculation growing tantamount as Yeezy season is quickly approaching in 2015. With “Only One” making its debut at the very beginning of the year, “FourFiveSeconds” arriving via Rihanna, and “Wolves” making its way into the public’s ears as part of Kanye’s adidas fashion show one thing is certain: expect the unexpected. And now, ‘Ye is finally blessing us with “All Day” at the BRIT Awards. Kanye West performed the track surrounded by a massive crowd of people, all dressed in black, as well as a pair of blowtorches. You can watch it all unfold after the jump. Warning: prepare to get hyped!
Sean Price teams up with Havoc for a tribute to Brazilian mixed martial artist Anderson Silva. The track is complied by Alkota using samples from J-Zone’s own Lunch Breaks pack. Check it out after the jump.
Since linking up with Tech N9ne, Murs continues to work on his Strange Music debut. And with “The Strangest” (produced by Curtiss King) he gives us his first offering via Strange Music. Listen to “The Strangest” after the jump.