Big Sean’s third album Dark Sky Paradise is due out February 24th and with the two singles “IDFWU” and “Blessings” available to the public there’s a lot of hype being generated. Dark Sky Paradise will consist of twelve total tracks (including three iTunes bonus tracks) and below you can hear snippets of all fifteen cuts, which includes a standout song entitled “All Your Fault” featuring a wild verse from Kanye West (also produced by ‘Ye himself) and “Play No Games” featuring Chris Brown and the always reliable Ty Dolla Sign. Listen to the snippets from Sean’s forthcoming Dark Sky Paradise after the jump.
“Hot N***a” Bobby Shmurda’s hype doesn’t appear to be dying down, sorry haters. And the Epic Records signee even has a new song coming out. In addition to a new song, he also has a clever little dance to go along with the song. Sound familiar? Check out the video after the jump!
Something tells me this is going to be epic. With Nicki, we expect no less. Even Sir Mix-a-lot’s raunchy salutation is only bold enough to blend in with what will surely be the next true female butt anthem. Video after the jump.
Chance debuts a new song at his homecoming show on the Social Experiment Tour. The fans at the Riviera Theatre got a preview. That’s what they get for being dedicated.
My nickname for this is also “Worst Song On The Album” but maybe it has a second life with this video. His pops is in it, after all.
Vic Mensa with a new song that he raps to in a studio session before it even comes out. Be blessed.
While Black Hippy, Top Dawg Entertainment and the Empire That Is Kendrick prepare for the tactical onslaught of music the camp will release, Ab-Soul broods. His time is nigh, but The Black Lip Pastor has shown no signs of anxiety. The unflappable, ever-cloudy emcee relays his thoughts on his upcoming project and the immense exposure his super-group has enjoyed.
CJ Fly follows up “Sadderdaze” — one of our favorites from last week — with a Joey assist. This is smoother and a hint toward the overall feel of his tape Thee Way Eye See It. Get your Sunday listen on. Hat tip to HipHopEarly.com.