The wait is finally over. After weeks of sharing individual bricks (verses) from 36 total rappers, Noisey is now sharing the full version of their epic 42-minute The Rap Monument project. The entire project is produced by everyone’s super producer Hudson Mohawke and features Pusha T, Bryant Dope, Go Dreamer, RetcH, Nipsey Hussle, Problem, Danny Brown, Mayhem Lauren, Raekwon, Vado, Kilo Kish, Flatbush Zombies, Renegade El Rey, Rockie Fresh, Pill, Bodega BAMZ, Remy Banks, Killer Mike, Del Harris, YG, CyHi The Prynce, Young Thug, A$ton Matthews, Prodigy, SL Jones, Nigel Nasty, Bobby Creekwater, Action Bronson, Heems, Mike G, Yak Ballz, Zebra Katz, Two-9, Alexander Spit, ScottyATL, and Da$H. Grab some popcorn, a drink or two, and peep the 42-minute epic after the jump!
Looks like YG got the memo his debut album My Krazy Life isn’t receiving a Grammy nod. In fact, a lot of heavily favored hip-hop albums were snubbed from the 2015 Grammys. Instead of rewarding artistically inclined albums like Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s Piñata or even Rick Ross’ commercially successful Hood Billionaire, the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS) saw Iggy Azalea’s The New Classic better fit for some (more) recognition. Well, Compton’s YG, being the gangsta that he is, ain’t just gonna sit around and take it on the chin, as he unleashes “2015 Flow,” which targets said award show. Peep YG’s Grammy diss track “2015 Flow” after the jump.
The slew of free releases keeps on coming this Black Friday! First you were treated with Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow, the collective’s first album in over seven years, then B.o.B dropped a freebie on you with New Black, and now as promised A$AP Ferg is lending you some brand new heat with his DJ Drama hosted Ferg Forever mixtape. The mixtape features a whopping 19 brand new cuts (including “Perfume,” “Doe-Active,” and “Talk It”) with a star-studded guest list (M.I.A., SZA, Twista, Big Sean, Wynter Gordon, and YG.) Peep Fergenstein’s Ferg Forever tape after the jump!
With both A$AP Ferg and YG heading out on the BestCoast Connection Tour in a couple days the two have decided to share their collaborative new track called “This Side”. Listen to the track after the jump.
It’s been nearly a decade since Fergie dropped her solo effort in The Dutchess, which was the Black Eyes Peas songstress’ multi-platinum debut. Now she has returned with “L.A. Love”, a DJ Mustard produced joint. And seeing as how Mustard is on the beat (hoe!) it’s only fitting that YG would go ahead and jump on a remix. Listen after the jump.
Def Loaf, who recently inked a major label deal with Columbia, is doing well and her smash single “Try Me” has been remixed by just about everyone under the sun. Now RJ and YG jump on the track to have some boys fun. Peep their “Try Me” remix after the jump.
YG just jumped on French Montana’s “Don’t Panic”. Seems like a logical move for the Bompton rapper as Frenchie’s track is produced by YG’s frequent collaborator, DJ Mustard. Peep the track after the jump.
YG teams up with TeeFLii for “Do It to Ya” off YG’s debut album My Krazy Life. For the visual we are given a throwback, vintage video as a homage to the ’90s. Think “Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang” where everyone is partying and having a good ol’ time. After the jump.
As any grown man knows, these h*s can be addictive. Leave it to Jeezy to put that all in perspective for you. This jumpy and flexible song is more scenic than its really crude topic. Man, these h*s. Check the track after the jump.
Loso shoots a visual for his own take on YG’s “Who Do You Love” single, produced by DJ Mustard. Directed by Gerard Victor.
And here’s your unofficial banger for the warm weather. Jeremih jumps on some Mustard production and gets a verse from YG on “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” which will likely serve as the first single from his forthcoming LP on Def Jam. Read More
Kirko Bangz drops a visual for his “Hoe” single featuring Yo Gotti and YG.