With Statik Selektah’s remix project The Best of A3C dropping tomorrow, A3C and iHipHop Distribution have decided to share the full album today via HipHopDX. The album includes remixes of A3C compilation series tracks by G-Eazy, Action Bronson, Dave East, Vince Staples, Mick Jenkins, The Underachievers, Michael Christmas, and more.
It’s literally days before Rodeo. Travi$ Scott’s long-awaited debut album, Rodeo, will be out September 4th. And now he’s sharing the official tracklist for the album, and it features Kanye West, 2 Chainz, Future, and more. That’s the art above. Check out the tracklist for Rodeo after the jump.
Denzel Curry is one of the best young rappers in the game right now. I’ve cosigned this dude since, like, 2012 when he was kicking it with Florida’s Raider Klan. His 2013 debut full length album Nostalgic 64 was one of that year’s best rap albums and yet nobody paid it any attention. Now, Curry is back with a vengeance and he’s spitting pure fire. Curry’s latest 32 Zel / Planet Shrooms is available for stream now, which you can peep after the jump.
As you probably already know Atlanta is the hotbed for rap. But there’s still a handful of rappers out there in the A that sadly never get the proper shine they rightfully deserve. Enter ATLien Skinny-C, who dropped a series of grassroots performance and fan engagement campaigns through the Southeast. As a result, Skinny-C has sold more than 10,000 combined digital and hard copies of his 2010 release Mixtape Muzik Vol. 1: INTREPID and Mixtape Muzik Vol. 2: RHAPSODY. Since then, Skinny-C has performed at the 11th annual June-teenth Festival and the 5th Annual Texas Summer Music Conference. “I wrote ‘Polo’ on some feelgood fly ish,” says Skinny. “I’m a Polo head that stays fly but don’t seek attention (never thirsty), but on this day I was cleaner than yesterday, so the universe needs to look at me because not only am I fresher than most, I also got something to say.” Check out Skinny-C’s “Polo” after the jump.
Yelawolf’s Love Story album is out now on Shady/Interscope. The album is Yelawolf’s sophomore album following 2011’s Radioactive and features Eminem on the track “Best Friend.” You can stream it now after the jump.
Ludacris’ Ludaversal is set to drop March 31st and with Luda already giving us a taste of “Call Ya Bluff,” “Beast Mode,” the K.R.I.T. featured “Come and See Me,” and most recently “Charge It to the Rap Game” we’re getting a good idea of where the album will go. Luda is now sharing the visuals from his first single “Call Ya Bluff’ which ya’ll can peep after the jump.
DJ Paul’s Three 6 Mafia project Da Mafia 6ix is making their highly-anticipated follow up to the 2014 Hear Sum Evil mixtape available for free stream, which you may get at after the jump. The trio of DJ Paul, Crunchy Black and Koopsta Knicca (RIP Lord Infamous) return with a stream of their new album, Watch What U Wish… and it features the likes of Lil Wyte, Fiend, ICP and more. Stream the new project after the jump!
Snoop Dogg (no longer going by Snoop Lion, thankfully) teams up with Charlie Wilson and Pharrell for “Peaches N Cream” from his forthcoming BUSH album. BUSH marks the first time Snoop and Pharrell will be working on a project together since 2004’s Rhythm & Gangsta, which, as you may recall spawned huge radio singles with “Drop It Like It’s Hot.” Check out “Peaches N Cream” after the jump.
In case you haven’t heard Fashawn is back. After dropping his FASH-ionably Late mixtape (with The Alchemist) last year Fashawn returns in 2015 with The Ecology (which drops February 24th.) Fashawn has already shared “Guess Who’s Back,” “Out the Trunk,” and the Nas/Aloe Blacc featured “Something to Believe In.” And now Fashawn, being the gentleman that he is, is sharing the entire project for free. That’s right, an album stream of all fourteen tracks. In addition to Nas and Aloe Blacc, The Ecology features BJ the Chicago Kid and Choosey. Stream Fashawn’s The Ecology after the jump.