There’s been a whole lot of existentialism within hip-hop as of late and I must say it’s a welcome topic for songs. And the most recent rapper taking on self is Philly’s premiere battle rapper, Cassidy. In “Who Gone Help Me” Cass can only help Cass, no one else. Check out Cassidy’s “Who Gone Help Me” after the jump.
Gucci’s still locked up. Everyone’s still campaigning (Free Gucci) for his release. Young Thug recently got an ice cream cone tattooed on his face. And Que is penning a tribute, of sorts, entitled “Gucci Said.” It’s produced by ATL’s Sonny Digital. Check it after the jump.
Dom Kennedy is looking to drop his new album, By Dom Kennedy, on 2nd and as that release date approaches he shares a new cut featuring Tish Hyman that is set to appear on the forthcoming album. The track, “2 Bad,” is a soft new tune that finds Dom rapping effortlessly about a significant lady friend of his, who in his words, is just “too bad”. Listen after the jump.
Styles P returns for another take on his weekly Friday Night Freestyles series. This time around P is givin’ ya’ll a pair of tracks in “Ghost Itutionalized” and “Ghost Night.” Taking over some classic Redman and Kendrick Lamar, listen to his latest freestyles after the jump.
Chance the Rapper and Donnie Trumpet are finally sharing the long-awaited Social Experiment album entitled Surf. In case you didn’t know: Chance the Rapper is in a band called the Social Experiment, which features Chance, Donnie Trumpet, Peter Cottontale, and Lido. Their long-teased new album Surf, credited to Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment, is out right now on iTunes. Chance has called Surf “the first Social Experiment project” rather than a proper Chance the Rapper release. Check it out after the jump!
Tinashe enlists Dej Loaf for an official remix of her “All Hands on Deck” cut. Interestingly enough both Tinashe and Dej were on tour supporting Nicki Minaj. Anyway, check out Dej Loaf link up with Tinashe after the jump.
Stro returns with “Irresistible” after sharing the brandUn DeShay track “Sunrise in Yokohama.” “Irresistible” is the latest solo music offering from Stro and it’s a dope vintage cut. Get at it after the jump.
Starlito just dropped his new mixtape, Introversion. The mixtape contains 20 total tracks from the Nashville emcee with features from Kevin Gates, Young Buck, and of course rhyme partner Don Trip, and more. Stream below, download at DatPiff.
Kembe X will be dropping his new album Talk Back later this year and in support of the album the Chicago emcee is sharing the visuals for “Loosie.” It’s a neat, unorthodox music video, which finds Kembe journeying upside down through his neighborhood. Check it out after the jump.
Kevin Gates pulls a Beyonce with Murder for Hire, his newest EP. Gates, without a release date, drops his newest project Murder for Hire just like that. The 7-track EP is available for stream after the jump. Get at it.
Skyzoo’s new album Music For My Friends will be arriving June 23rd and after sharing “Suicide Doors” Skyzoo returns with “Luxury” featuring Westside Gunn. The track also marks Skyzoo’s foray into production, as he receives co-production credits with !LLmind. Check out the track after the jump.