The right tune can make you feel awesome. That’s what this new A$AP Ant number does: it boosts confidence over the trillest, most leant-up beat you can imagine. Haters got you down? Here’s a sure remedy. A$AP Ant’s Perks and Lean coming soon. Track after the jump.
Waka levels the playing field by giving the fans his best bars ever. His new project “I Can’t Rap” features amazing rhymes and rhythms from the Southern bully himself. “Blatlanta” is one of the best works on it. Listen to stream after the jump.
Lil Durk, the Chicago spitter getting into beef with Game, shouted out by his peers like Chance the Rapper, and bringing mixtape heat for the summer like Migos before him — thank him now. He’s a straight shooter in more ways than one, telling ChIraq bedtime stories for his intrigued listeners. Production mostly by Young Chop for the Drill Trill, but some highlight moments by other promising producers like Cardo and Dree the Drummer. Full stream after the jump.
Country rap singer Rich Homie Quan comes through with a Young Thug assist. All the squeaky hollering is unusual, alluring and poetic. The trap keeps sweetening itself for more young d-boys to enter it and re-emerge jaded. They’re all having a grand time of it. They got what you want after the jump.
Boldy James offers this preview of his song on Nas’s Mass Appeal compilation tape. He’s doing numbers so that’s “crunchin,” which continues the theme of creating new slang that he started on his M.1.C.S mixtape. He follows in a long list of guys who would be pretty okay without any rap money. He lets you know why too. Track after the jump.
It isn’t farfetched to infer that California native and producer extraordinaire Flying Lotus was inspired by Del The Funky Homosapien, Dan The Automator and Kid Koala’s ahead-of-its-time underground opus Deltron 3030. Now DJ Skarface has stepped to the forefront to reinterpret the classic album by mashing it up with various album cuts, demos and remixed from FlyLo. Read More
Stream Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip’s Abstract & The Dragon, the tape that introduced us to “Thank You” and the still-bubbling potential of the long-standing duo’s collabs.
The great Denmark Vessey, of Detroit fame and mixtape brilliance, has a new joint called Cult Classic you need to hear. It’s available for purchase and download tomorrow. Produced by Scud One.
Quelle Chris, reppin’ all that’s good with rap, blesses us with his new tape in a year when he seems to appear on almost every noteworthy project. Click the stream and enjoy. Hat tip to Mello Music Group.