New Music: Vince Staples Releases “Prima Donna” EP

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Just the other week Vince Staples announced a follow up to his debut album Summertime '06 was coming soon. Earlier today Vince surprised us by releasing the Prima Donna EP a day ahead of schedule.

Big Boi Announce Big Grams EP; Featuring Run the Jewels and Skrillex

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Big Boi is teaming up with a group simply known as Phantogram, who Boi allegedly discovered on a pop-up ad. Interesting. The trio of Big Boi and Phantogram (Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel) is slated to release their debut project, an EP, entitled Big Grams. The track list is short, as expected with an EP, but it features two huge acts: Run the Jewels and Skrillex. Polarizing features, I know. But you'll be giving this a shot once it drops on September 25th via Epic. Check out the track listing after the jump, folks.

Video: Raury – Freestyle On Sway In The Morning

9 years ago view-show 519,354

ATL alternative Raury drops this hammer on Sway's show, declaring himself a unique breed of artist with an Outkast outcast's view. The Dre Benjamin influence only peeks through and what a welcome sight it is as the eclectic Atlanta scene grows further. Better than that: it's improvised. Check the cameo after the jump.

Video: Is This Jay Z’s Side Chick Taking Shots At Beyoncé Over An Outkast Beat?

9 years ago view-show 9,085,131

Either Hov has some extracurricular friends who are getting waaaaaaay out of pocket or this broad cray. We like to think it's both but the evidence won't skew in one direction. She doesn't use her own name to boost this track's profile, so we won't either. "Mrs. Carter" is the scream from the abyss of fifteen lost minutes of fame infamy. This is a blow to the Main Chicks and Wifey party. One it may not ever bounce back from. Video after the jump.

The 5 Best New Rap Duos

10 years ago view-show 9,910,989
the unofficial tag-team is one of hip-hop's quiet victories over other forms of music. while rock and jazz and r&b is often replete with dual acts like the singer and the drummer, or the keyboard player and the bassist, hip-hop tends to thrive on the power of the individual voice.