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The day is here — Future’s highly-anticipated album Dirty Sprite 2 has arrived. DS2 is the followup to 2013’s uneven Honest and 2012’s debut, Pluto. Here Future delivers eighteen total tracks of pure, grade-A Southern rap. This thing goes hard for all eighteen tracks and there are even some moments of sheer beauty hidden beneath all the ugliness. Standouts include “I Serve the Base,” “Where Ya At” (featuring Drake, the only featured artist,) “Slave Master” (there’s a gorgeous A$AP Yams tribute at the end,) “Blood on the Money,” and “The Percocet & Stripper Joint,” and the heart-rendering “Know the Meaning.” DS2 is currently available for streaming and download via iTunes. Get the stream after the jump!

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In case you haven’t heard, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the notorious Mexican drug lord better known as “El Chapo,” has escaped from prison this week. So I suppose it’s only natural that Lil Mexico (a neighborhood in Atlanta’s infamous Zone 6 area) rappers Future, Young Scooter and Casino link up to pay tribute to the crime boss. The aforementioned rappers have owed a great deal of their careers to drugs and drug dealing as that’s 80% of what they rap about, so it’s kinda cool that they keep things, well, current. Check out “El Chapo” after the jump and peep Casino’s latest mixtape Ex Drug Dealer 2, out now.

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Video: Future – “Blow a Bag”

 |  July 13, 2015
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Future can’t be stopped. You could say he has his eyes set on the future (ba dum tsss!) But seriously, he’s been killing it (as you know) and now he’ll be dropping a new album later this week with Dirty Sprite 2. Fewtch recently shared the visuals for “Blow a Bag,” a track which will appear on the forthcoming album. In the video Fewtch lives a lavish lifestyle, flossing in his mansion, with a hot chick on his arm and throws around a couple of racks, too. But for some reason a dark undertone exists and it’s very much palpable. Check out Future’s “Blow a Bag” visuals after the jump.

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Meek Mill’s sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, is out now on via Maybach/Atlantic/Dream Chasers. Meek has been heavily promoting the album, making many appearances on various platforms. Now he’s sharing new visuals for the album’s single, “Jump Out the Face” featuring Future. The visuals are dope boy related, as expected, and premiered on MTV Jams earlier. Peep “Jump Out the Face” after the jump.

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Sound the alarms, new Future alert! Future has been quiet, relatively speaking. Sure, he dropped three bomb mixtapes in a row but as of late he’s been chilling (and touring.) But here we have a new track, “News Or Somthn” which may or may not appear on the forthcoming Ape Shit mixtape that’s in the works. Check out this new Future joint after the jump.

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You don’t see many 7+ minute rap songs nowadays. But Houston’s Travi$ Scott is looking to change that with his latest single, “3500.” “3500” is the first official single from Scott’s forthcoming debut album, Rodeo. It features Atlanta heavyweights 2 Chainz and Future. Peep the Metro Boomin, Mike Dean and Zaytoven-produced song after the jump, and hit iTunes for a purchase if you’re feeling it.

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Future is on a roll, if you haven’t already taken notice. As of late, however, he’s been throwing away some visuals and here he’s dropping off another one. “Wesley Presley” appeared on Future’s excellent 2014 mixtape, Monster, and frankly I’m fiending for some new Fwetch stuff soon! In the meantime these visuals for “Wesley Presley” are A-ok with me.

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Damn, now this is what I’m talkin’ about! Vince Staples snaps on this. Also, the added Future sample is perfection. This entire track is pretty much the epitome of dope ass contemporary hip-hop. A classic in the making. Check out Vince Staples’ “Señorita” after the jump.

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Video: Future – “Trap N*ggas”

 |  April 27, 2015
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Future continues delivering that heat for 2015 with the official visuals for his DJ Esco-hosted mixtape 56 Nights cut “Trap N*ggas.” Produced by Southside the track finds Future reflecting on those still stuck in the streets and hopes that God can forgive them for their sins. The visuals are brought to you by FADER. Check it out after the jump.

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A lot has been happening for the 22-year-old Chicago emcee as of late. For starters Vic Mensa performed with Kanye West on Saturday Night Live, delivering a hook on ‘Ye’s forthcoming “Wolves” track (set to appear on So Help Me God) followed by some turned up live performances with the man. The live performances were for a track entitled “U Mad,” which recently got released as a single. In addition, Mensa also signed with Jay Z’s Roc Nation recording label. That’s huge. So, yeah, evidently Mensa is doing quite well for himself on the mainstream end right now. Mensa also stopped by to team up with LA Leakers for an exclusive freestyle over Future’s anthemic Monster cut “Commas.” Check it out after the jump!

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Future and Young Scooter team up for “Oooooh,” a track that originally appeared on Future and producer Zaytoven’s Beast Mode mixtape. This one, however, is an updated/new version of the track. It’s set to appear on Young Scooter’s forthcoming Juggathon project with guest spots from Future, Gucci Mane, and the Black Migo Gang. Check it out after the jump.

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Future’s recent mixtape run has been much praised and rightfully so. Monster, Beast Mode and the recent 56 Nights are all terrific projects and each has reinstated much faith in fans. And after the unexpected success of his Monster cut “Fuck Up Some Commas” Future returns with the visuals for his 56 Nights cut “March Madness.” Contrary to the song’s title it’s not about basketball but police brutality and coping through all the “madness.” Check it out after the jump.

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