Young Chop lays the foundation for a Migosian posse cut from Rich The Kid, Young Thug, and Young Dolph. (more…)
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Avoiding fatal traps in the social minefield of the ghetto can be hazardous to your health, Smif N Wessun explain. The assist from JR Kelly make a yard-style Brooklyn reggae riff seem less drowsy at times than some hybrid tracks.
If you don’t know about A$AP Nast, now ya know. Harlem’s next up hops in the time machine with Method Man and takes it back to the early 90s for “Trillmatic.” This will serve as the first release from the upcoming A$AP Mob album, which is now set for a March 4 release.
J. Cole responds to the Kendrick Lamar “Control” verse here.
Bam Bam and the Statik Selektah chop it up on Turkey Day.
Wiz replaces Vin Staples on the remix to Jhene Aiko’s “The Vapors” off her nebulous Sail Out EP. Who better to speak on taking another hit? (more…)
The Chef goes all the way in over Premo’s classic “Mass Appeal” instrumental. F.I.L.A. coming soon. (more…)
Bricksquad spreads its wings to the Left Coast where Compton rapper Young Hootie hooks up with former high school classmate Kendrick Lamar for “Two Presidents.” The end result is crazy, with Commander in Chief rhymes that will make you forget the YoungBloodz ever happened. Underrated part of Kendrick’s verse is when he says “cabinet full of Kool-Aid,” but it sounds more like “Kaepernick full of Kool-Aid.” So West Coast.
Guwop just wants some damn recognition. Is that too much to ask? The State Vs. Radric Davis 2 drops December 25.
Cormega and Rae for a collab that’s remarkable in most eras.
West Coast meets the Midwest on December 16 when Rockie Fresh and Casey Veggies drop their joint EP, Fresh Veggies. Here’s the first offering from the project, entitled “Sacrifice,” which includes a vocal sample from Meek Mill. Never realized how much these two guys sound like each other until now. Twist up that holly and be on the lookout for this next month.
Young Bada$$ does this thang over an unreleased Dilla instrumental for a new track entitled “Two Lips,” which Akomplice Clothing will put up for sale on Friday. All proceeds will go to purchasing instruments and music lessons for underprivileged youth.
A sleepy banger, if that makes sense. He never slacks on the lyrics but I never remember them, either.
Rich Homie Quan hooks up with DJ Drama and Gangsta Grillz for his newest tape, I Promise I Will Never Stop Going In. (more…)
Direct from the SoundCloud page: Taken from MED & Blu’s “The Buzz” EP featuring Mayer Hawthorne, Dam-Funk and produced entirely by Madlib. Bang Ya Head Entertainment.
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