Nipsey Hussle’s new mixtape Mailbox Money will drop tomorrow and though Nipsey himself said that the super limited physical copies are $1,000 a pop it will be available for free download via DatPiff and $10 with an iTunes download. And today Nipsey is sharing “Choke” featuring two of Atlanta’s biggest new names, Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan. Listen after the jump.
Are you ready for Joey Bada$$’ forthcoming B4.DA.$$ album? After sharing the production credits and features (Dilla, The Roots, Elle Varner, Statik Selektah, Action Bronson, etc.) Joey returns with new heat from the album. “On and On” features production from Freddie Joachim and guest vocal spots from Maverick Sabre and Dyemond Lewis. Listen to “On and On” after the jump and be on the lookout for Joey’s album B4.DA.$$, dropping January 20th.
Have you been fiending some new Mick Jenkins? Yeah, we have been too. Following his breakout mixtape The Water[s] from earlier this year Jenkins has been relatively quiet. Sure, he’s dropped some dope features here and there as well as various loosies (including the very good “Fate”) but we’ve been craving some solo Jenkins material. But it looks like today we’re receiving a treat in “11” a new solo Mick Jenkins cut. Produced by NIFDproductions, the powerful track is named after the amount of times Staten Island native Eric Garner said “I can’t breathe” before his untimely death at the hands of police officers. Listen to Mick Jenkins’ “11” after the jump.
The Atlanta duo of EarthGang return with members of the Spillage Crew for a holiday rendition of “Batman Smells.” The track is produced by Ryan Mellow. Listen after the jump for some holiday cheer.
Beyonce’s “7/11″ single has been receiving many remixes and freestyles over the last week or so, but nothing can prepare you for Coke Boys’ very own French Montana going over the ‘Yonce banger. And fortunately you won’t have to as this “7/11″ remix is merely given a more uptempo vibe courtesy of producer Detail. Listen to the French Montana remix of Beyonce’s “7/11″ after the jump.
Dom Kennedy is coming through with that new heat following the release of his loosie cut “Represent (I Like That)” a week back. This time Dom Kennedy is sharing “Posted in the Club” another smooth banger. Listen to Dom Kennedy’s “Posted in the Club” after the jump.
Here’s a pleasant surprise: a new Black Moon track. Yes, all three Black Moon members (Buckshot Shorty, 5 Ft. & DJ Evil Dee) appear on this new one. The track, “Go to War,” produced by Da Beatminerz, finds Black Moon going in and trading off bars. Listen after the jump.
Chief Keef links up with his older cousin and fellow Chicagoan Fredo Santana for a new collaborative track. It’s been a hot minute since these two were on a track together but they’re back with “Bodies on the Ground” a HurtboyAG production. Listen after the jump.
Producer Marco Polo has shared a previously unreleased track that he produced for Pharoahe Monch entitled “In the Zone.” The song was featured on the radio playlist in Saints Row: The Third. Listen after the jump.
Troy Ave’s club banger “All About the Money” receives a heavyweight remix with Jeezy and Rick Ross. Although Rozay has already jumped on the track before, he does it once again only this time with “War Ready” partner Jeezy. Listen to Troy Ave’s “All About the Money” remix featuring Rick Ross and Jeezy after the jump.
O.T. Genasis, the rapper best known for his smash hit “CoCo” returns with “Jackin’ For Beats 2015″ a track where he goes off over a few rap classics. In this Genasis goes over mainstay hip-hop classics like Jay Z’s “1-900-Hustler,” Puffy’s “Victory,” and Beanie Sigel’s “Feel It in the Air.” Listen to “Jackin’ For Beats 2015″ after the jump as O.T. Genasis will surely surprise you.