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Skyzoo’s going to be releasing his highly-anticipated forthcoming studio album Music for My Friends soon (get it on June 23rd) and the album is said to feature plenty of guests, including Jadakiss, Black Thought, Bilal, !LLmind, Apollo Brown, Jahlil Beats and more. Pretty sweet stuff already, folks. But Sky is treating fans with a little sampler plate of what’s to come. Clocking in at just over ten minutes, Sky’s sampler for Music for My Friends is sounding quite awesome already. I can’t wait for its inevitable release on June 23rd and if you’re like me and can’t wait, then go ahead and get at those snippets after the jump.

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OG Maco recently inked a deal with Motown/Capitol Records so he’s celebrating by teaming up with Rocksmith for their Summer 2015 lookbook as well as dropping his OGG collectives first ever mixtape, Everlasting. You may stream and download the entire project after the jump.

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Migos are set to drop their debut album YRN later this year but in the meantime the trio of Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset are prepping their successors with Migo Lingo. Contrary to what you may have read online this isn’t exactly a Migos mixtape per se, especially given its misleading title. In fact, Migos only appear on three tracks here. The rest of the mixtape serves as an introduction to fellow Atlanta rappers YRN Lingo, Mango, Domingo, and Migo Bands. Featured on Migo Lingo are frequent Migos collaborators Skippa Da Flippa, Johnny Cinco, and Rich the Kid. You may stream and download the mixtape after the jump. Again: do not go into this thinking it’s a Migos project otherwise you will surely be disappointed.

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Your Old Droog is real and so is his self-titled debut album. The Droogster (once mistaken for Nas) has made his debut album available for stream via NPR’s website. The project consists of the self-titled EP that he released earlier in the year and eight new tracks including “Free Turkey,” and more. Listen after the jump.

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Freddie Gibbs is the new Tupac of the stage. He keeps it all the way real, only performs shirtless and basically dares anyone to challenge his sincerity 100 per cent of the time. If that ain’t Pac-esque, y’all listened to too much Ja Rule in the early 2000s. This song goes wild.

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