A$AP and their promises… tsk tsk. We already know how that story goes. But despite the constant push backs, delays, and flat out projects being scrapped the A$AP Mob is good at dropping that heat when everyone is least expecting it. You may recall Rocky dropping the aggressive “Multiply” out of the blue back in early October and looks as though Ferg is following suit with the equally menacing and braggadocios new cut “Perfume”. To sum up Ferg’s new song in one word: banger. “Perfume”, produced by Philo$ Cult, is set to appear on his upcoming Gangsta Grillz mixtape, Ferg Forever. But we’ll see about that. Listen after the jump!
New Atlanta’s power trio Migos return for their second official mixtape of 2014 (following the excellent No Label 2) in the hilariously titled Rich Ni**a Timeline. The new mixtape contains eighteen no frills exotic trap bangers equipped with amazing, over-the-top adlibs and trademark triplet flows. Also, from what we have gathered, there are also absolutely no features present on Rich Ni**a Timeline. Quite a refreshing stance in modern hip-hop, we must say. Stream and download Rich Ni**a Timeline after the jump. Quavo! Ugh!
Chief Keef’s new mixtape Back From the Dead 2 appropriately arrives on Halloween and the 19-year-old handles the heft of the production (producing exactly 16 of the 20 tracks) on the mixtape. In addition to producing a majority of the tracks, Sosa doesn’t recruit many for features instead opting to do most of the work himself (Gucci Mane and Tadoe both appear on a track each). If you wanted that old Sosa then you should probably just stick to listening to everything preceding Finally Rich because Back From the Dead 2 may perhaps be his most experimental/left field effort yet. Stream and download Back From the Dead 2 after the jump!
Childish Gambino’s DJ Drama hosted Gangsta Grillz mixtape is here. That’s right, you read that correctly: a Childish Gambino Gangsta Grillz mixtape. Hip-hop has really come a looong way from Lil Wayne spitting over the now infamous “Cannon” beat to Gambino. STN MTN finds Donald Glover’s rap alter ego Childish Gambino utilizing the platform as a half mixtape/half EP. For the STN MTN portion of the project Gambino will freestyle over some notable beats including “Move That Dope” and “Southern Hospitality” alongside original material. There’s also a concept at play here, something about money made from the EP keeping Kauai clean? Who truly knows when you’re dealing with Gambino. Stream/download STN MTN after the jump.
First of the month is here! And you know what that means: new installment to Cam’ron’s 1st of the Month series. It’s the fourth edition and features five total tracks, including the singles “Snapped” and “Baby Ain’t Mine”. Download and stream after the jump!
They’ve done did a lot of sh*t just to live this here lifestyle. Birdman’s Rich Gang returns today with The Tour Part 1 featuring young Atlanta stalwarts, Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan. The mixtape comes neatly wrapped with twenty total tracks and is currently available for stream/download. Check it out after the jump.
From Rae’s Throwback Thursday series is this gem remix of a Luther jam. His TBT tribute are like the best cross between the music your auntie played at the barbecue and the tunes you snuck off to listen to with your cousin in the den. It’s kind of criminal how good he is at rhyming, even over these smoothed out retro R&B tracks. Listen after the jump.
Off Cam’s First Of The Month Vol. 2, this is his joint with Nicki. You’d think with their senses of humor and penchant for pink, we might see more work from this duo. Although the video isn’t fancy, there’s bluster to go around, and the simplicity of the visuals give room for Cam and Nicki’s color. It’s also not a bad song, though we wish Fabolous had made it ten years earlier. Watch after the jump.
Gucci Mane protégé, Young Thug, carries on the scorching mixtape run by his label founder Guwop. He gets a few assists from Quavo of Migos and production from Metro Boomin. Listen after the jump.
He’s not a rapper; he’s a rock star. His career can’t be defined by a genre. These premises dominate Bobby Ray’s mixtape, a follow-up to the first one of the same name. But there are many conventional 16-16-16 songs on this project and thumping hip-hop drum kits. Lucky for you, he’s released it on datpiff for you to listen to it for Free 99. Listen after the jump.