Call it the female version of what The Black Album was originally intended to be. Seemingly out of nowhere, Beyoncé releases a brand new, self-titled 14-track LP, complete with features from Drake, Jay Z, and Frank Ocean and music videos for each song. No promotion, no singles, just music. Tracklisting after the jump. (more…)
Fredo takes us on a tour through the trap house in the official visual for the Lex Luger-produced “Ring Bells,” one of the harder cuts from Trappin’ Ain’t Dead. Directed by Paul John.
Fab goes in over Drake’s “Paris Morton Music 2″ instrumental in “Everything Was The Same,” which will appear on Loso’s upcoming S.O.U.L. Tape 3. Fab needs to chill with the recycled bars and dump that fade, then we can talk.
Meek and Trav bring Cardo’s DC3 intro to life in the glowing visual for “I’m Leanin.” Probably the toughest mixtape intro of the year.
Tip and Busta drop off another record in preparation for their The Abstract & The Dragon tape, which drops at midnight. (more…)
Juicy J releases the official video for the Project Pat-assisted “No Hear, No Love” off Stay Trippy. Produced by Young Chop.
Rockie Fresh and Casey Veggies release the second offering from their forthcoming Fresh Veggies EP, the Rob Halladay-produced “Celebrating Life.” Another encouraging preview of what’s to come when the full project drops on December 16.
Spenzo brings Killa Cam along for the ride in the official clip for the Honorable C.N.O.T.E-produced banger “Anytime.” The young Chiraqian’s In Spenzo We Trust is one of the more slept-one projects of the year, featuring formidable production from Chop, Dahi, Metro Boomin, and more.
Robert drops the visual for his controversial tribute to America’s favorite cookie. Monitor that blood sugar fam.
Talib Kweli and The Underachievers overachieve on the Statik Selektah-produced “New Leaders.” (more…)
Migos releases the official visual for “Hannah Montana,” which includes a Christmas carol rendition of the trap classic. Y.R.N. 2 drops tomorrow.
Fab Kringle is back with more fireplace jams for the holiday season. (more…)
Troy Ave reminds us that “d*ckriding never been a form of transportation” in the visual for “Cigar Smoke” off his New York City LP. Harry Powder is set to drop off his White Christmas 2 tape on December 25. Let it snow.
Talib Kweli revisits his Prisoner of Conscious LP, dropping the clip for the velvety Terrace Martin-produced “Favela Love.”
Young Chop lays the foundation for a Migosian posse cut from Rich The Kid, Young Thug, and Young Dolph. (more…)
iHipHop Blog Team