With Statik Selektah's remix project The Best of A3C dropping tomorrow, A3C and iHipHop Distribution have decided to share the full album today via HipHopDX. The album includes remixes of A3C compilation series tracks by G-Eazy, Action Bronson, Dave East, Vince Staples, Mick Jenkins, The Underachievers, Michael Christmas, and more.
We're certainly no strangers to rap beefs and diss records. In fact, there's really never a shortage of them. But, unlike the content generating, globally realized, and media blitzing of the Drake/Meek Mill beef from a month back, this Vic Spencer/Mick Jenkins beef is kinda lame. I mean, it all started with yet another Twitter spat. Cool. (Apparently Vic had some choice words for a Chicago venue, The East Room, and Mic took issue with that.) Now, these talented Chi-Town emcees are embroiled in a beef. But I can't say I'm all that impressed with this "Dick Jerkins" track. While Vic certainly has bars for days, the constant beat switch-ups here (along with the cringe-inducing song title) just doesn't cut it in the end. No response from Mic Jenkins just yet. However, we're not entirely sure that'll even be necessary. In the meantime, peep Vic Spencer's "Dick Jerkins" diss record after the jump.
Along with all the details for his forthcoming Wave[s], Chicago rapper Mick Jenkins has shared “Get Up Get Down”, a track featuring production by ThemPeople and Stefan Ponce. The cut has an old-school feel and is definitely a solid jam filled with the perfect summertime vibes (no offense Vince) with an insanely low rumbling bass halfway through. But don't fret lyric junkies, Jenkins spits that heat: “Isn’t it ironic/ Got ’em hooked on phonics/ Mama used to think it was just chronic/ It was all bad.” Fire! Peep that new new from Mick Jenkins after the jump.
Have you been fiending some new Mick Jenkins? Yeah, we have been too. Following his breakout mixtape The Water[s] from earlier this year Jenkins has been relatively quiet. Sure, he's dropped some dope features here and there as well as various loosies (including the very good "Fate") but we've been craving some solo Jenkins material. But it looks like today we're receiving a treat in "11" a new solo Mick Jenkins cut. Produced by NIFDproductions, the powerful track is named after the amount of times Staten Island native Eric Garner said "I can't breathe" before his untimely death at the hands of police officers. Listen to Mick Jenkins' "11" after the jump.