Jay Z’s “Glory” (a tribute to his daughter Blue Ivy Carter) was penned back in 2012 and now with his Tidal streaming service Jay is making the visuals exclusive to users only. As of right now, unless you’ve got a subscription to Tidal, you cannot watch the video. However, we’re sure in a few minutes it’ll be available online for your viewing pleasure. Check out the visuals to “Glory” after the jump.
Waka Flocka Flame is dropping off the fifth installment of his Salute Me or Shoot Me series. The 20-track mixtape features some star studded guest spots from Future, Yo Gotti, Ca$h Out, Rico Love, Juvenile, and more. In addition Flocka will be releasing his forthcoming album, Flockaveli 2, on June 1st. Check out Salute Me or Shoot Me V after the jump.
iLoveMakonnen has released the Drink More Water 5 mixtape, which features collaborations with Migos, Rome Fortune, Gucci Mane, and more. It also includes the previously released “Drink More Water 5 Freestyle” and “Super Clean.” You can download it right here via LiveMixtapes, check out the tracklist after the jump, and also stream the whole thing after the jump.
What a behemoth of a month March is, huh? If you’ve been keeping tabs: so far we’ve been gifted with Kendrick Lamar’s sophomore masterpiece To Pimp a Butterfly, Future’s brand new mixtape 56 Nights, Earl Sweatshirt’s sophomore I Don’t Like Sh*t, I Don’t Go Outside. And now Action Bronson’s highly-anticipated, long-gestating mainstream debut Mr. Wonderful is available for free stream! What a month. The album arrives with “Easy Rider,” “Actin’ Crazy,” “Baby Blue” and “Terry” serving as its singles. Check out the free stream after the jump.
DJ Paul’s Three 6 Mafia project Da Mafia 6ix is making their highly-anticipated follow up to the 2014 Hear Sum Evil mixtape available for free stream, which you may get at after the jump. The trio of DJ Paul, Crunchy Black and Koopsta Knicca (RIP Lord Infamous) return with a stream of their new album, Watch What U Wish… and it features the likes of Lil Wyte, Fiend, ICP and more. Stream the new project after the jump!
Future is killing this mixtape game right now! After dropping his somewhat decent album Honest in 2014 he went off dropping mixtape gem after mixtape gem. First was the unbelievably cohesive Monster, which he followed up with a collaborative project with Atlanta producer Zaytoven in Beast Mode. Now he’s teaming up with his favorite DJ in Esco for 56 Nights, a loose concept mixtape surrounding the recent imprisonment of Esco in Dubai. It’s ten brand spankin’ new tracks with Future and producer Southside on every track. Stream and download after the jump.
Here’s a pleasant surprise for you this Monday morning: Freddie Gibbs dropped a 3-song EP entitled Pronto. This is the first Gibbs project since 2014’s The Tonite Show with The Worlds Freshest. The production on Pronto is by Big Pops and Mikhail. Stream the entire project after the jump.
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.
Harlem’s Cannibal Ox will be releasing their highly-anticipated Blade of the Ronin March 3rd (you may preorder it via iTunes here) their first album in fourteen years! The duo of Vordul Mega and Vast Aire have already shared cuts “Blade: The Art of Ox” feat. Artifacts & U-God, “Harlem Knights,” and “Iron Rose” feat. DOOM. But now you may listen to the full album. That’s right, all nineteen tracks are available for free stream after the jump! And don’t forget about Cannibal Ox’ Blade of the Ronin album release party at Webster Hall with GZA, Freeway, and G-Jet. You don’t wanna miss out!
In case you haven’t heard Fashawn is back. After dropping his FASH-ionably Late mixtape (with The Alchemist) last year Fashawn returns in 2015 with The Ecology (which drops February 24th.) Fashawn has already shared “Guess Who’s Back,” “Out the Trunk,” and the Nas/Aloe Blacc featured “Something to Believe In.” And now Fashawn, being the gentleman that he is, is sharing the entire project for free. That’s right, an album stream of all fourteen tracks. In addition to Nas and Aloe Blacc, The Ecology features BJ the Chicago Kid and Choosey. Stream Fashawn’s The Ecology after the jump.
Ghostface Killah and BADBADNOTGOOD’s collaborative project Soul Soul officially drops February 24th and looks like fans are getting a treat early, as they’ve shared the entire album. There are twelve total tracks and there are features from MF DOOM, Danny Brown, eLZhi, and Tree. You can stream Ghostface Killah and BADBADNOTGOOD’s Sour Soul after the jump.
Boston’s Avenue will be releasing the much anticipated Chandelier View project next month but to serve as a prelude Avenue is sharing the She Is EP, which features two brand new tracks. Stream it in full after the jump!
2 Chainz is taking you to school. T.R.U. University to be exact. And the professor himself is introducing his faculty staff as well, which includes Cap 1, Skooly, and Fresh (aka Short Dawg). As part of the curriculum you get 17 total tracks, including a number of loosies Mr. Chainz has already shared. The features on T.R.U. Jack City include Travis Porter, Mike WiLL Made-It, PeeWee Longway, Metro Boomin, Young Dolph, 808 Mafia, Zaytoven, DJ Spinz, and London on da Track. Listen to it in full after the jump.
Lil Wayne’s highly anticipated Tha Carter V may not see the light of day anytime soon but he’s apologizing to his fans for that with his second installment to the Sorry 4 the Wait series. Featuring Drake, 2 Chainz, Mack Maine, Shanell, and Christina Milian Sorry 4 the Wait 2 has Wayne going over “Sh!t,” “No Type,” “Hot N***a,” “CoCo,” “You Guessed It” and many other recognizable songs. You can stream and download Lil Wayne’s Sorry 4 the Wait 2 mixtape after the jump.