Still Krazy, YG’s highly-anticipated follow-up to his 2013 breakthrough album My Krazy Life, is on the way. And tonight YG debuted its second offering in “I Wanna Benz,” featuring 50 Cent and fellow West Coast spitter Nipsey Hussle. The track was premiered by Oliver El-Khatib on OVO Sound Radio, and is produced by Atlanta’s London on da Track. Listen after the jump.
Although Jadakiss hasn’t really been making waves when it comes to the album format, he’s still a legend in the game — there’s no question about that. His last album was 2009’s The Last Kiss, which featured some stellar cuts — including single “By My Side” — but since then Jada’s mostly been hard at work with his fellow LOX brothers. However, all of that changed recently when the Yonkers emcee dropped his latest album, Top 5 Dead or Alive. And he’s now sharing the visuals to one of the album’s many highlights, the Ne-Yo and Nipsey Hussle assisted “Ain’t Nothin’ New,” produced by Beat Butcha, Buda & Grandz. Enjoy the music video to Jadakiss’ “Ain’t Nothin’ New” after the jump.
The wait is finally over. After weeks of sharing individual bricks (verses) from 36 total rappers, Noisey is now sharing the full version of their epic 42-minute The Rap Monument project. The entire project is produced by everyone’s super producer Hudson Mohawke and features Pusha T, Bryant Dope, Go Dreamer, RetcH, Nipsey Hussle, Problem, Danny Brown, Mayhem Lauren, Raekwon, Vado, Kilo Kish, Flatbush Zombies, Renegade El Rey, Rockie Fresh, Pill, Bodega BAMZ, Remy Banks, Killer Mike, Del Harris, YG, CyHi The Prynce, Young Thug, A$ton Matthews, Prodigy, SL Jones, Nigel Nasty, Bobby Creekwater, Action Bronson, Heems, Mike G, Yak Ballz, Zebra Katz, Two-9, Alexander Spit, ScottyATL, and Da$H. Grab some popcorn, a drink or two, and peep the 42-minute epic after the jump!
After announcing the release of his forthcoming studio album Mailbox Money with “50 N***az” Nipsey Hussle teams up with Rick Ross for “1 Hunnit a Show,” the second official preview we are getting from Mailbox Money. However, if you want a physical copy of Mailbox Money you’re going to have to cough up some big bucks seeing as it’s a limited release with 100 total copies available and they’re being offered at $1000 each. Peep Nipsey and Rozay’s “1 Hunnit a Show” after the jump.