Post Malone’s crossover smash “White Iverson” gets a long overdue remix courtesy of French Montana and Rae Sremmurd’s Slim Jxmmi. Post Malone looks to capitalize on the success of his single with a debut album, titled Album of the Year out early next year. Check out the Dallas singer-songwriter’s “White Iverson” get remixed after the jump.
Well shoot, Ras Kass ain’t playin’. The legendary West Coast emcee is set to drop his provokingly titled Lyrical Hip Hop Is Dead EP on January 16th, and he’s sharing its first offering in the Royce da 5’9″ featured cut titled “Attitudes.” In addition to having Royce on board already, the project will also feature guest appearances from Guilty Simpson, Rampage the Last Boyscout, his son Ras Austin & more. In the meantime, check out “Attitudes” remix with Royce after the jump.
Today is rapper Chinx’ birthday, he would’ve turned 31. Unfortunately, Chinx was killed in cold blood in May. In honor of Chinx’ birthday, Puff Daddy and French Montana remix of their “Money Ain’t a Problem” collaboration featuring the late rapper. Listen after the jump.
Legendary hip-hop outfit, A Tribe Called Quest (Q-Tip, Phife, Ali Shaheed Muhammed and Jarobi), is gearing up a 25th anniversary celebration of their landmark album, People’s Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm with an brand spankin’ new, mastered reissuing of the album. In addition, the reissue is looking to deliver with bonus treats — a trio of tributes from some big names: Cee-Lo Green remixing “Footprints”, Pharrell with “Bonita Applebum” and J. Cole remaking “Can I Kick It?” Tonight, we have Dreamville’s J. Cole doing a rendition of “Can I Kick It?” and, well, you have to hear it be believe it. Check out J. Cole’s reimagining of A Tribe Called Quest’s “Can I Kick It?” after the jump.
By now you’ve probably outgrown Drake and Future’s “Jumpman”, but with the newly attached “official single” tag to it you probably won’t escape the track any time soon. Sorry. However, young emcee Bishop Nehru is throwing his name in the hat of rappers going over the monster single handled by wunderkind producer, Metro Boomin. Check out Bishop’s take on Drake and Future’s “Jumpman” after the jump.