Looks like YG got the memo his debut album My Krazy Life isn't receiving a Grammy nod. In fact, a lot of heavily favored hip-hop albums were snubbed from the 2015 Grammys. Instead of rewarding artistically inclined albums like Freddie Gibbs & Madlib's Piñata or even Rick Ross' commercially successful Hood Billionaire, the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS) saw Iggy Azalea's The New Classic better fit for some (more) recognition. Well, Compton's YG, being the gangsta that he is, ain't just gonna sit around and take it on the chin, as he unleashes "2015 Flow," which targets said award show. Peep YG's Grammy diss track "2015 Flow" after the jump.
After announcing a collaborative album with fellow Atlantan T.I. Jeezy drops a new track featuring the "King of Dancehall" himself Beenie Man and West Coast hit machine Ty Dolla $ign. "Link Up" also features production from DJ Mustard, so you know it's gonna be a turn up number. Listen after the jump.
It's been nearly a decade since Fergie dropped her solo effort in The Dutchess, which was the Black Eyes Peas songstress' multi-platinum debut. Now she has returned with "L.A. Love", a DJ Mustard produced joint. And seeing as how Mustard is on the beat (hoe!) it's only fitting that YG would go ahead and jump on a remix. Listen after the jump.
Atlanta native Reese teams up with (bit*h, you guessed it!) fellow Atlantan OG Maco and West Coasters Casey Veggies and DJ Mustard for "Parade". Frankly we think this collaboration is a match made in heaven seeing how Atlanta and Los Angeles are undoubtedly the two hottest regions in hip-hop at the moment. Listen after the jump.
The standout track from Big Sean's recent four song drop gets a pretty stylized visual in the form of a lyrical video. The lyrics to the DJ Mustard, DJ Dahi & Kanye West produced "I Don't Fu*k With You" is presented right in front of your computer screen for an easy singalong. In case that's what you wanted. Check it out after the jump.
Jeremih's "Don't Tell Em" has enjoyed a steady ascent on the charts so naturally everyone wants to jump on the remix. And with production from DJ Mustard, it's only right that some of hip-hop's biggest names would want to be on the official remix. Both French Montana and Ty Dolla Sign find themselves having fun with the song; Ty Dolla Sign sings about the World Cup and French Montana delivers an awesome Bobby Brown reference. Listen after the jump.
After signing with Jay Z's Roc Nation management company, Detroit rapper Big Sean promised fans that he would drop new music. And looks like he has kept his word. Sean went on to drop four brand new songs, including "I Don't Fu*k With You" which features E-40 and is produced by Kanye West and DJ Mustard. Another track, "Paradise", was produced by Mike WiLL Made It. Stream the four tracks below.