Ever wonder what Chief Keef would sound like rap-singing over some SNES-style beats? Well, you don’t have to lose any sleep as he does just that on his new track “Now & Later”. Joining Keef on the track is West Coast’s Tyga who delivers some nasty porno raps over the video game beat provided by Da Brain. The track is set to appear on Sosa’s Thot Breaker due out Valentine’s Day 2015. Listen after the jump.
The rapper-producer duo of Freddie Gibbs (Gary, Indiana) and Madlib (Oxnard, California) could not have worked out better than it already has, as their debut collaborative album Pinata from earlier this year has reached a level of critical and fan acclaim very few hip-hop albums have seen in recent memory. And now their excellent “Knicks” cut gets a remix from the great Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$, and Ransom. Damn, now that’s a stacked line-up. Listen after the jump and be on the look out for Gibbs and Madlib’s forthcoming Knicks Remix EP due out Nov. 18.
You may recall Beast Coast all-stars Flatbush ZOMBiES and The Underachievers teaming up last month for the track “Butterfly Effect” and now the two Brooklyn groups have made their joint effort Clockwork Indigo EP available for stream via their Soundcloud. Listen to the full EP after the jump.
Toronto’s experimental/jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD have just announced a new album called Sour Soul that features Ghostface Killah on every song. Yes, every single song. Excited? Well, turn up because there’s also a new track out. The track, entitled, “Gunshowers”, features Elzhi and will appear on the album Sour Soul which will be out February 17. Peep the new collabo track between BADBADNOTGOOD and Ghostface Killah after the jump.
Boaz is on his Pittsburgh tip on “Don’t Know” as he collaborates with fellow Pitt native Mac Miller. Boaz’ upcoming studio album Intuition will be out on Oct. 21 and you can pre-order it now on iTunes. Peep “Don’t Know” with Mac Miller after the jump.
Def Loaf, who recently inked a major label deal with Columbia, is doing well and her smash single “Try Me” has been remixed by just about everyone under the sun. Now RJ and YG jump on the track to have some boys fun. Peep their “Try Me” remix after the jump.
Seeing how we shared a Chance the Rapper featured track earlier today in Lil Herb’s “Fight or Flight” remix it’s only fitting that we unveil a new solo effort from the Chicago wunderkind. “No Better Blues” is a collaborative effort with The Social Experiment. Listen and vibe out to new Chance after the jump.
Apollo Brown and Ras Kass team up for “Giraffe Pussy” (catchy title, no?) with support from Royce Da 5″9′, Xzibit and Bishop Lamont. The track will be featured on their collaborative project Blasphemy, which sadly does not have a release date at the moment. In the meantime listen to the track after the jump.
Joe Budden’s new EP Some Love Lost is dropping November 4th and today he has shared “Make a Deal” featuring Ransom. This is the second time Budden has linked up with Ransom, the previous time was for the track “Nothing Changes” with Tsu Surf. However, this track will not be appearing on Budden’s forthcoming Some Lost Lost EP. Listen after the jump.
The collaboration the hip-hop world has been dying to hear has finally happened. It was only a matter of time that Young Thug, who has admitted on multiple occasions that he is a huge fan of Lil Wayne, would collaborate with his idol. Thugger is such a rabid Weezy fan that he even had plans to name his first album Tha Carter VI after Wayne’s highly decorated album series. Well, here it is: the two rappers meet on “Take Kare,” which is said to serve as the first single from the upcoming Rich Gang 2 album. Listen after the jump.
The Chiraq rapper-producer tandem of Chief Keef and Young Chop reunite for “Valley” off of Chop’s forthcoming album Still. Still will be due out October 28th via iTunes (which is currently up for preorder, if you’re ever so inclined) and you may listen to “Valley” after the jump.
Vince Staples winning streak continues as he drops the visuals for his Hell Can Wait cut “Fire”. In the video Staples finds himself situated in a church and during confession repeating (to whomever is listening) that he is going to hell. Peep the vid after the jump and do yourself a favor and check out his Hell Can Wait EP right here.
Tsu Surf’s “House In Virginia” series receives a much anticipated and welcome addition. The third part to the “House In Virginia”, produced by Rich Forever, sits in at just under 11 minutes and is storytelling raps at its finest. Listen to Tsu Surf’s third “House In Virginia” after the jump.
Black Milk’s forthcoming If There’s a Hell Below is looking to be a great album after he’s treated us with “Gold Piece” featuring Bun B and now he’s giving us another goodie with “Scum” featuring Sean Price and Guilty Simpson. If There’s a Hell Below will be out October 28th. Listen to “Scum” after the jump.