Gucci’s latest mixtape features collaborations with a slew of artists like Big Sean, Lil Wayne, Fabolous, Chris Brown, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, and many more. The tape also features production from Polow Da Don, Lex Luger, and Young Chop among others. (more…)
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The indie blog darlings of Das Racist have been testing the waters of solo-stardom. Back in January Heems released “Nehru Jackets” on his Greedhead label and now Kool A.D. has dropped his own solo debut 51, via Mishka NYC. The reception for “Nehru Jackets” having been overwhelming positive, expectations run pretty high for the group’s (arguably, but really there’s no argument) better half. 51 features guest spots from Heems, (or Himansu, as I imagine his parents say) and the dudes of Main Attrakionz. It’s also 12 tracks longer than I want to listen to at once, but check out some choice tracks below or hit the link below for the full download. Props to Mishka on this tape. (more…)
In light of the glorious smoker’s holiday that took place yesterday, Anthony Stoner dropped the perfect soundtrack for 4/20 entitled The Hippy.
Fresh off the release of their critically acclaimed sophomore album, Vodka & Ayahuasca, super-producers The Alchemist and Oh No are back to making mind-altering, dreary, psychedelic hip-hop with their latest EP, The Odditorium. If you’re a fan of Al and Doc No, you won’t be disappointed by this extended play, which features the duo resurrecting Johnny Cash and Jim Morrison and giving them the “Otis” treatment. Gangrene (The Alchemist + Oh No) Odditorium 1. “House Of Mirrors Intro” 2. “The Odditorium” – Stream 3. “Walk Hard” ft Johnny Cash – Stream 4. “The Great Frog Hunt” - Stream 5. “Fly Brothers” ft Jim Morrison – Stream
This will serve as a prequel to his upcoming album, The New Classic. Beanie Sigel Broad Street Empire Vol. 1: Lost Files
To celebrate his birthday, Flint, Michigan MC Jon Connor pays homage to arguably one of the greatest MCs of all-time and fellow Michigan rapper, Eminem, with the latest installment of his “Best In The World Series.” On this Don Cannon-hosted tape Connor reworks many of Em’s classic joints. Clearly Jon has big shoes to fill, but based on the intro alone, he fits them snugly. John Connor The People’s Rapper Previews: “Cold Wind Blows (Intro)” – Stream “Cleaning Out My Closet” – Stream “The Way I Am” – Stream
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