After appearing on many dope tracks as a featured artist, Dom Kennedy is finally dropping a solo solo. And frankly we’re not surprised at how awesome it is. Dom kills the J. LBS production on “Represent (I Like That).” Listen after the jump.
Vince Staples winning streak continues as he drops the visuals for his Hell Can Wait cut “Fire”. In the video Staples finds himself situated in a church and during confession repeating (to whomever is listening) that he is going to hell. Peep the vid after the jump and do yourself a favor and check out his Hell Can Wait EP right here.
Nipsey Hussle’s 2013 release Crenshaw is one of the most underrated projects of that year and thankfully the Spanish DJ duo Cookin’ Soul won’t let you forget about it as they reimagine “Don’t Forget Us” with a smooth and sexy Jodeci sample. Listen after the jump.
The Game is set to drop his anticipated Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf project next week (October 14th to be exact) and today he’s sharing “F*ck Yo Feelings” featuring Lil Wayne and Chris Brown. The Game previously shared “Black on Black” featuring Jeezy and Kevin Gates. Listen to “F*ck Yo Feelings” after the jump.
Flying Lotus is giving you a treat: you can now stream his outrageous, out of this world new album You’re Dead! But you gotta be quick as FlyLo is streaming the new album for only the next 24 via a continuous, looped visual, courtesy of Xavier Magot on YouTube. Go check it out after the jump. Be advised: the visuals presented are pretty freakin’ trippy.
It didn’t take long until Kendrick Lamar started performing his new song “i” live. A week removed from dropping “i”, the first new solo Kendrick track since good kid m.A.A.d city, the Compton rapper performed it live at the educational event We Day Toronto, which took place at the Air Canada Centre. Watch the video after the jump.
Flying Lotus has shared the music video for his Kendrick Lamar featured track “Never Catch Me” from the forthcoming You’re Dead! album. In the haunting, yet triumphant video, two children rise from their deathbeds and begin dancing jubilantly. It’s actually quite beautiful. Check out the video after the jump.
A few days back the legendary West Coast rapper DJ Quik dropped “Life Jacket” (featuring Suga Free and Dom Kennedy) and today he gives us “Pet Sematary” another cut from his forthcoming The Midnight Life, dropping October 14th. Check it out after the jump.
The Game is currently prepping Blood Money: Year of the Wolf, the follow-up to his 2012 album Jesus Piece. And he has just unleashed the latest single “Black on Black” featuring Jeezy and Kevin Gates. That’s the album’s art above. Listen to the track after the jump.
YG teams up with TeeFLii for “Do It to Ya” off YG’s debut album My Krazy Life. For the visual we are given a throwback, vintage video as a homage to the ’90s. Think “Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang” where everyone is partying and having a good ol’ time. After the jump.
While Ab-Soul is on his headlining These Days… tour with supporting acts Bas and EarthGang, he decided to drop an unsuspecting gem on ya’ll. It’s a new track entitled “W.W.S.D.” (What Would Soul Do?) and that’s the striking artwork above. You can peep the track after the jump.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock you already know young Vince Staples is one of the best new emcees out right now, easily. He’s a true spitter. And as if we didn’t 100% already know this, Vince Staples went and snapped all over Missy Elliott’s “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)” for five minutes on Sway in the Morning. Off the top too, mind you. Go ahead and watch the video because this kid deserves the recognition; respect. After the jump.