Yo Gotti wouldn’t be on anyone’s shortlist of prospective collaborators with Curtis, but this one kinda knocks. 50 is still capable of making quality music when he isn’t still trying to jump on those G-Unit mixtape-esque instrumentals. Read More
A$ton Matthews releases his much anticipated A$ton 3:16 project, which includes features from Joey Fatts, Action Bronson, A$AP Ferg, Flatbush ZOMBiES, and more. Tracklist and stream after the jump. Read More
50 drops off an official video for his “Hold On” track, which he debuted at SXSW earlier this week. Eif Rivera’s visuals are tight as usual but too bad Curtis’ sound continues to be stuck in 2005.
Future brings back the triple-time flow for the Sonny Digital-produced “Covered N Money,” which will serve as the latest single from his sophomore LP, Honest. We all should be so lucky to have Future’s problems. Read More
Trey songs drops the official visual for his “Na Na” single, produced by DJ Mustard. His Trigga album hits stores June 30.
Meek hits the studio and goes in over A$AP Rocky’s “Ghetto Symphony” instrumental in a freestyle entitled “Dreams Worth More Than Money,” which is the title of the Philly spitter’s upcoming sophomore LP. Maybe get Meek a V-Don beat for the album because he sounds particularly ferocious over this.