After several delays, Banks feeds the streets F.N.O (Failure’s No Option), the first installment in his All Or Nothing mixtape series with DJ Drama. (more…)
Archive for the ‘New Releases’ Category
Mac Miller loves him some pseudonyms. He whips out another for his latest tape, going under the moniker of “Delusional Thomas.” (more…)
Action Bronson and Party Supplies drop the sequel to 2012′s Blue Chips project. (more…)
What you thought Fredo Kruger was gonna let 10.31 pass by without dropping some new music? (more…)
Onyx drops some new heat off their (hopefully) upcoming Cuzo album that they’ve been promoting for quite some time now. Statik Selektah behind the boards on this one. (more…)
On the surface, “The Monster” seems like a felicitous title for yet another collaboration from Rihanna and Eminem; a match made in hip-hop hell that we first encountered three summers ago. (more…)
Spitta, Kushed God and Harry Fraud come together for a four-track collabo project entitled, The Stage EP. Features include Big K.R.I.T. & French Montana. Tracklisting, download link and stream after the jump. (more…)
Omarion lets go of another leak from his upcoming Care Package 2 project, set to drop on November 5. (more…)
The Coke Boys don’t give a f*ck about your feelings, as they so eloquently state on this new track which will appear on Chinx’s upcoming I’ll Take It From Here EP, which drops next month. (more…)
Putting the “release” in new release, Scooter drops off some brand spanking new music, fresh out the pen. (more…)
The Summer Knights EP bonus tracks might be a preview of Joey’s evolving sound, but this one is certainly within their jurisdiction of piano-laced boom-bappery. Nice features, too. That drops today, by the by.
Joey Bad offers this bonus cut “My Yout” from his soon-to-drop Summer Knights EP. It sounds like he’s had Distant Relatives and The Best Of Stephen Marley playing on repeat in the headphones. Not bad and certainly a step out of the boom-bap area where he got cozy for a while. Nice to hear the Pro Era leader going for uptempo rhythms.
French and Chinx jump on the outro track from Meek’s Dreamchasers 3 tape. If they’re actually pushing this as a Coke Boys single that’s the absolute epitome of laziness. But then again, that’s typically French’s modus operandi. (more…)
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