Tinashe enlists Dej Loaf for an official remix of her “All Hands on Deck” cut. Interestingly enough both Tinashe and Dej were on tour supporting Nicki Minaj. Anyway, check out Dej Loaf link up with Tinashe after the jump.
The hip-hop community continues to mourn the lose of rapper Chinx, who was gunned down at the age of 31 just last week. Bay Area’s IAMSU! is sharing a previously unreleased remix of “FTB” featuring the now-deceased Coke Boy member. Listen to IAMSU!’s “FTB” remix featuring Chinx after the jump.
There’s one thing hip-hop doesn’t have a shortage of: weed based songs. And “Wanna Get High” with its blunt (haha, get it?) song title deals with just that. Project Pat links up with fellow stoner Wiz Khalifa and Joe Simpson for “Wanna Get High” remix. Check it out after the jump.
Kevin Gates’ grind anthem “I Don’t Get Tired” is getting an official remix. The original is from his terrific and criminally underrated Luca Brasi 2 mixtape but hopefully this new remix will give that project some new life. Check out Gates’ “I Don’t Get Tired” remix after the jump.
After dropping her sexy video for “U Me & Hennessy” Dej Loaf is joined by Lil Wayne for the official remix. The remix features a brand new verse from Wayne and is the new single from Loaf’s Sell Sole mixtape. Listen after the jump.
Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar have both had themselves a very busy 2015 thus far. For Kendrick he’s dropped his highly-anticipated sophomore studio album in To Pimp a Butterfly and Kanye has kept himself busy with fashion, multiple interviews, “All Day”, a guest verse here and there and his new album So Help Me God is forthcoming. And now the two join forces on ‘Ye’s “All Day” remix. Kendrick Lamar provides a full verse despite the inital leak only containing a part of it. You can check out Kendrick’s full verse on ‘Ye’s “All Day” 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!
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.
Miami and DC join forces to take on New Jersey on the “Trap Queen” remix. Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen” is a smash hit and is getting big time radio play, despite being released last spring. Rick Ross and Fat Trel have decided its better to be late than never. Listen to Rozay’s and Trel’s remix of “Trap Queen” after the jump.
Tinashe’s “All Hands On Deck” single gets a remix via the down under diva Iggy Azalea. The OG version makes an appearance on Tinashe’s excellent (and dare we say underrated) 2014 album Aquarius. Listen to Iggy’s remix of Tinashe’s “All Hands On Deck” after the jump.
This weekend is the NBA All-Star Game and Rick Ross’ MMG imprint is set to put out a mixtape that will serve as the soundtrack for the events. Here, “Let’s Get It,” is the first serving courtesy of the MMG head honcho Ricky Rozay. Listen after the jump.
New Jersey’s Fetty Wap is blowing up thanks to his breakout single “Trap Queen.” And naturally, everyone is jumping on it to either remix or freestyle. First we had one exclusively done by French Montana which prompted Atlanta’s Quavo (of the Migos) to jump on it, too. Now, Fabolous is contributing a verse to the French Montana remix of “Trap Queen.” Listen after the jump.
Yep, the song that just won’t go away is back for round three. First time around was the OG version, which prompted a lush, high-end video remake. Now, over a month later we are being treated (or tortured, depending on who you are) with a… part two? Feels more like a remix. Anyway, this one features the recently released Meek Mill and Atlanta’s trapper Jeezy. Peep the part two to O.T. Genasis’ “CoCo” after the jump.