If you’ve been reading iHipHop long enough then you’re certainly no stranger to my support for Miami rapper Denzel Curry. I’ve countlessly praised this 20-year-old ever since I was introduced to him via SpaceGhostPuurp’s Raider Klan group. When Curry dropped his debut full length album Nostalgic 64 back in 2013 my interest in his music grew tenfold and although he’s dropped some gems since then with tracks like “Feel Like That,” “Certified,” and “Ultimate” Curry has yet to put out a full-bodied work like Nostalgic 64. But that appears to be ending this coming May 26th when he’s set to drop his double EP entitled 32 Zel / Planet Shrooms. Needless to say I am hyped and after hearing “Envy Me,” the first official preview of the forthcoming double EP, I am definitely going to be incessantly staring at my calendar waiting for that date to finally arrive. Anyway, peep “Envy Me” after the jump!
Miami and DC join forces to take on New Jersey on the “Trap Queen” remix. Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen” is a smash hit and is getting big time radio play, despite being released last spring. Rick Ross and Fat Trel have decided its better to be late than never. Listen to Rozay’s and Trel’s remix of “Trap Queen” after the jump.
When are we getting some new Denzel Curry? 2013’s Nostalgic 64 was one of the best hip-hop records released that year. But sadly since then the Miami rapper has barely released much. Sure, Curry has given us stuff like “Feel Like That” and “Certified” but frankly I’m waiting on some full length material. Be it an album or mixtape. I don’t care. And listening to Denzel Curry’s new track “Ultimate” has me hyped tenfold for whatever he has in store. Hearing Curry rap over a Dixieland type beat is truly something else and judging by that artwork above Curry isn’t playin’ in 2015. Listen to “Ultimate” after the jump.
The “War Ready” duo of Rick Ross and Jeezy join up once again this time to remix Young Dolph’s “Preach” cut. The Zaytoven produced track originally made its appearance on Dolph’s High Class Street Music 4 mixtape. Listen to Rozay and Jeezy remix Dolph’s “Preach” after the jump.
One of hip-hop’s best kept secrets, Denzel Curry, is sharing a new loosie in “Certified” for 2015. Rumor has it Miami’s hot fire triplet flow spitter Curry is plotting the release of a new album so be on the lookout for that, you wouldn’t want to miss it following 2013’s stellar Nostalgic 64 album. Listen to “Certified” after the jump!
Rozay continues the monumental rollout for his forthcoming album Hood Billionaire (due out November 24th). He’s already dropped “Keep Doin’ That (Rich B*tch)”, “If They Knew”, “Nickel Rock”, “Movin’ Bass”, and “Trap Luv” so it only makes sense that he drops yet another Hood Billionaire cut. At this point it feels like you’ve heard the album already, no? Anyway… this time around it’s the Metro Boomin produced track “Neighborhood Drug Dealer”. Listen after the jump.
Jeremih’s smash hit “Don’t Tell Em” receives a big boss treatment via Rick Ross. Listen to Rozay’s remix after the jump and get yourself ready for his forthcoming Hood Billionaire album, which drops November 24th.
The tenth single to drop from iHipHop’s A3C Volume 4 compilation album is here and it’s from none other than the bombastic Florida emcee Robb Bank$. The visuals for Bank$’ “Ice Cold” fittingly match the song’s cold, ominous feel. Peep the video for Robb Bank$ “Ice Cold” below and purchase iHipHop’s A3C Volume 4 from iTunes here.
While you sit and wait for Gunplay to announce the official release date for his debut studio album Living Legend, the Miami rapper has been steady feeding the streets and blogs regardless. And we thank Don Logan for the free meals as they’ve been keeping us full, for sure. And today is no exception as Gunplay unleashes a track with Cormega, a collaboration we would have never expected. After the jump.
Rick Ross recently announced the follow-up to his successful Mastermind album, entitled Hood Billionaire. And now he has also decided to share what appears to be the project’s first single, “Elvis Presley BLVD”. The track features Memphis legend Project Pat. Listen after the jump.