Pusha's keeping awfully busy. On top of juggling presidential duties over at Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music imprint, prepping the release of his highly-anticipated album King Push, he's also looking to drop Darkest Before Dawn -- the album before the album. That's right, Pusha Ton is reportedly releasing an album before King Push, and it's coming sooner than you think. According to Noisey, Pusha says that Darkest will be out December 18th and features production from Kanye West, Puff Daddy, Timbaland, Baauer, Q-Tip, and Nashiem Myrick. Read what he has to say about the forthcoming project after the jump.
Vic Mensa and Kanye West's aggressive new visuals for their collaborative single "U Mad" perfectly match the harsh vibes the music. Deep within some mystery, dimly-lit room, Yeezy slouches out from the darkness brandishing a crowbar, while Mensa starts a riot, writhes in a straightjacket, and stares down a bull. Watch the wild visuals for "U Mad" after the jump.
In a recent interview with French media outlet Clique TV, Kanye West discussed many of his usual talking points; race, class, fashion, corporations, Drake, the state of pop and rap music, the quality of North West's toys, etc. As usual, it's worth a listen. It's over a half hour, so go make yourself a sandwich and sit back comfortably. Check out the full interview after the jump.
Big Sean's much anticipated third studio album Dark Sky Paradise drops today and to tease at some new music the Detroit player is sharing a freestyle entitled "Me, Myself & I" (it's over Beyonce's song of the same name.) Needless to say, Big Sean goes in, dropping bars. Rumor has it Sean also disses Kendrick Lamar. Sneak dissing still hot in 2015? Hopefully not. Listen to Big Sean's "Me, Myself & I" freestyle after the jump.
Big Sean's third album Dark Sky Paradise is due out February 24th and with the two singles "IDFWU" and "Blessings" available to the public there's a lot of hype being generated. Dark Sky Paradise will consist of twelve total tracks (including three iTunes bonus tracks) and below you can hear snippets of all fifteen cuts, which includes a standout song entitled "All Your Fault" featuring a wild verse from Kanye West (also produced by 'Ye himself) and "Play No Games" featuring Chris Brown and the always reliable Ty Dolla Sign. Listen to the snippets from Sean's forthcoming Dark Sky Paradise after the jump.
A few days ago we shared a new CyHi the Prynce cut "Forever" in which the GOOD Music emcee samples Jodeci and Keith Sweat. Now, CyHi returns with another song with a nerdy sample. Here he's sharing "To Be Real" which contains a sample of Cheryl Lynn's disco classic "Got to Be Real." Listen to CyHi's "To Be Real" after the jump.