O.T. Genasis, the man behind one of 2014’s biggest hits “CoCo,” returns with “Ricky” after teasing the track earlier. Essentially what we have here is the cousin of “CoCo.” Take that for what it is. Listen to the new O.T. Genasis cut after the jump.
Future and Young Scooter team up for “Oooooh,” a track that originally appeared on Future and producer Zaytoven’s Beast Mode mixtape. This one, however, is an updated/new version of the track. It’s set to appear on Young Scooter’s forthcoming Juggathon project with guest spots from Future, Gucci Mane, and the Black Migo Gang. Check it out after the jump.
Tony Yayo is continuing his throwback series; so far he’s blessed us with some Eric B. & Rakim, Main Source, Black Moon, and Channel Live. Now he’s going in on another classic, this time it’s Half-A-Mill’s “Some N*ggaz.” Listen after the jump.
Yelawolf’s Love Story album is out now on Shady/Interscope. The album is Yelawolf’s sophomore album following 2011’s Radioactive and features Eminem on the track “Best Friend.” You can stream it now after the jump.
With Raekwon’s F.I.L.A. (Fly International Luxurious Art) project on the horizon, the Chef lets loose one of the album’s most anticipated tracks. “I Got Money” features A$AP Rocky in rare form over a boom-bap style beat laced by S1.
“One Time for Hip-Hop” is the second single from rapper Laelo and producer Hec Dolo’s collaborative project entitled Deeper Than Plenty, Higher Than Most. On this record Hec Dolo mixes boom bap hip-hop drums, a thumping bass line and a timeless saxophone riff to formulate the perfect hip-hop beat. Lyrically, Laelo paints stories of his hustle and flow vividly on the provided canvas. No hook need. Just a dope beat and dope rhymes. Check out the visuals for “One Time for Hip-Hop” 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.
Lloyd Banks continues delivering his throwback trend with his latest: “Serial Killa Freestyle.” The track finds Banks going off rip on Snoop Dogg’s classic “Serial Killa” track. Check it out after the jump. For the real.
Troy Ave’s Major Without a Deal is set to drop in the coming months and he’s sharing its latest cut “Real N*gga.” The song follows “Doo Doo,” a track where Troy went sing-songy. This one, however, is for the streets. No doubt about it. Listen after the jump.
Audio Push will release their latest mixtape Good Vibe Tribe on April 20th and here they’re dropping off a track from the project. “Reset” will appear on Good Vibe Tribe and was produced by OZ the Producer. Check it out after the jump.
Young Thug’s retail debut is out now. It’s called Barter 6. It was going to be titled Carter 6 but a last minute lawsuit has prevented that from happening. Lil Wayne probably still isn’t happy about this. The album features guest spots from YMCMB owner Birdman, T.I., Boosie BadAzz, Young Dolph, and more. It’s got thirteen tracks total, which is pretty short for a mainstream retail release. And, honestly, it’s a pretty great album. You be the judge. Get it now on iTunes here and stream the full thing after the jump.
It looks as if Jadakiss is taking notes from his LOX compadre Styles P and even Brooklyn’s Fabolous for his latest freestyle “Where I’m From.” Jadakiss has linked up with The Breakfast Club’s DJ Envy for a weekly freestyle session. Here Jada goes over Jay Z’s classic “Where I’m From” cut. Listen after the jump.
So apparently, A$AP Rocky, who was riding around London had an object hurrled at his car. This prompted Rocky and crew to follow the alleged assailant into a bagel shop and confront him. Rocky, who is from Harlem, put on his best Harlem tough guy pose and went at the guy, giving him a ear full, and threatened to put hands on him. Rocky cooled off and walked away. However, the man (or men?) in the bagel shop had some choice words for Rocky as well. The title of the video, by the way, is “ASAP Rocky Running Gums in London” so clearly the people in that bagel shop weren’t exactly “cool” with the A$AP Mob all-star. Check out the full video of the confrontation after the jump.
You should be familiar with Vince Staples by now. His 2014 EP Hell Can Wait was one of the best hip-hop releases all year. And thankfully the 21-year-old Long Beach rapper hasn’t slowed down. Here he’s joined by Christian Rich, an LA-based production team for “High.” The track is dope and if you’re still unfamiliar with Staples then here’s a nice start. Get at it after the jump.