Here’s one way to get your morning started: a Rick Ross/Lex Luger banger. You may recall Rozay and Luger linked up in 2010 for what would be one of Ross’ best known tracks to date in “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)” so this new one here is sure to get the clubs riled up. No wonder as to whether this is merely a loosie or if it’ll appear on some project down the line. Either way, this track is pretty bangin’ if I say so myself. Check out Rick Ross’ “Dog Food” after the jump.
A$AP Rocky, who is currently prepping the release of his forthcoming sophomore album At.Long.Last.A$AP, has released a new song. It’s called “M’$” and was produced by C-Note and Mike Dean. Rocky premiered the track during a Red Bull Music Academy conversation that took place yesterday in London. Though it’s a new track it will not appear on At.Long.Last.A$AP. Check it out after the jump.
Tony Yayo has been dropping some dope tracks where he’s going over vintage cuts. He’s went off on Eric B. & Rakim’s seminal cut “Paid In Full,” snapped on Main Source’s “Looking Out the Front Door” beat and most recently murked a Black Moon stomper. Here, on this latest effort, Yayo goes in on Channel Live’s “Mad Izm” track. Hear it only after the jump.
DJ Kay Slay has a new mixtape on the way entitled The Industry Purge and he’s teasing the project with some serious heat. “Memories,” a track which is set to appear on the forthcoming mixtape (dropping later tonight, so keep your ears open) features some heavy hitters in Young Buck, Freeway and Fame. In case you didn’t know, that’s Young Buck of G-Unit, the infamous Philly freestyle legend Freeway and one-half of the legendary M.O.P. You know, no big deal. Listen to “Memories” after the jump.
Kanye West dropped his street banger “All Day” in spectacular fashion (at the BRIT Awards while surrounded by mad goons dressed in all black and flamethrowers) and it appears as though one Kendrick Lamar will be appearing on the remix of the track. That’s right, the To Pimp a Butterfly emcee is on the remix of ‘Ye’s “All Day.” No word as to when the official, version drops but we’re guessing it’s just gonna drop outta nowhere — given the latest music release trends of the past couple years. You can check out a snippet below, which contains a lyrics from Kendrick that goes: “Chi-Town, we play for the free base/These days don’t believe what police say/DJs and the b-boys rush it.” Get at it!
LA Leakers are giving you the business with Troy Ave and Young Lito. Troy Ave and his BSB compadre join LA Leakers for a freestyle entitled “Snow Doubt.” The duo of Troy Ave and Young Lito light up Ice Cube’s classic “It Was A Good Day.” Check it out after the jump.
Chicago’s best young talent teams up on Chief Keef’s “Faneto” remix. DJ Pharris brings together Sosa, Lil Bibby, Lil Herb and King Louie for the seven minute “Faneto” remix. Who do ya’ll think had the best verse overall? Check it out after the jump.
Detroit links up on MAHD’s “G.M.W.A.M.N.” (Gettin’ Money Wit All My N*ggas.) Guilty Simpson joins MAHD for this new cut which is said to be featured on MAHD’s forthcoming new album 13. Check out Detroit unified on MAHD’s “G.M.W.A.M.N.” after the jump.
With Rich Homie Quan now officially solo (as he stepped away from Rich Gang) he is prepping the release of his debut full length. Crazy to think RHQ still hasn’t had a solo album, especially since his smash hit “Type of Way” first made waves in the summer of 2013. Either way, RHQ is determined to drop something this year. Here, he teams up with his frequent produced Will-a-Fool for “You Not.” Check it after the jump!
iLoveMakonnen has released the Drink More Water 5 mixtape, which features collaborations with Migos, Rome Fortune, Gucci Mane, and more. It also includes the previously released “Drink More Water 5 Freestyle” and “Super Clean.” You can download it right here via LiveMixtapes, check out the tracklist after the jump, and also stream the whole thing after the jump.
Just a day removed from dropping the stellar “Southside” Tony Yayo returns with another new one in “Front Door.” Here Yayo adds some fly ish to Main Source’s “Looking Out the Front Door” beat. You can check out Yayo’s “Front Door” after the jump.
While Bobby Shmurda and his GS9 mates are still locked up behind bars that hasn’t stopped them from going full Gucci Mane on everybody by dropping tracks while incarcerated. Little is known as far as their legal situation (although it is said that their bail has been denied and many attempts to revoke the decision have been put in place) but as far as music they’ve been steadily releasing some new material to keep their names buzzing in them streets (and blogs, I guess.) You can peep a new Bobby Shmurda cut in “Get a Room for Ya” after the jump. It features GS9 mate Rowdy Rebel and one Abillyon.
Young Dolph is joined by fellow Memphis rapper Juicy J and Atlanta’s 2 Chainz for an updated version of “Pulled Up.” The track, produced by Chill Go Hard, chronicles the aforementioned rappers and their love for luxury automobiles. Check it out after the jump.
Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y are no strangers to jumping on a track together. The two have made full length projects together before. And here, for “Uber Driver,” the two spitters reunite. “Uber Driver” is set to appear on the duo’s upcoming new project #2009. Bump that new track after the jump.