The corner boy from uptown with a solicitation for potential customers to buy his product, that soft white stuff. His aggressive screaming style here is startling. It’s probably better for him not to sound so mean, but this is rap and he has to. He even put his number on the track but we checked and it’s out of service. Gonna have to get your white girl elsewhere. Track after the jump.
U-God, who has been in the press lately due to a rift within the Wu-Tang Clan, just debuted a new single and announced the forthcoming album Venom via Billboard.
The latest single from The Best of A3C-Statik Selektah remix album is Statik's take on "Stretched Out" by Dave East. Flipping the stick-up kid tale into a smooth boom-bap track, Statik offers a refreshing interpretation of the Harlem native's track.
With about 10 days separating Trademark Da Skydiver & Young Roddy's collabo album Family Business from hitting your ears, the duo has released the title track from the album today.
The Weeknd's Beauty Behind the Madness is a smash hit, but we're sure you already know that. The album -- and its string of hit singles -- is inescapable, which would explain why rapper Dave East felt it was necessary to chime in and remix one of its biggest and catchiest songs, "Tell Your Friends." Fresh off of "Harder Than Them" with Maino and Uncle Murda, Dave East has a few things to tell your friends. Listen after the jump.
New Yorkers Maino and Uncle Murda have a longstanding relationship; in 2015 alone, they've appeared together on the "Real Niggas Back (Remix)," "Love My N*ggas," DJ Kay Slay's "Straight Outta Brooklyn," Cassidy's "MMM (Remix)," and Rob Cash's "Welcome to New York." So it's no surprise that they're back again, collaborating on "Thugz Cry" with Manolo Rose. The track is set to appear on Maino and Murda's joint project, Yellow Tape, which is dropping December 4th. Check out its offering, "Thugz Cry" after the jump.