If you didn’t hear about it yesterday, Kanye West announced that official release date for his new album is June 18th. The new album will be called “Yeezus” and you can check out the artwork above. What do you guys think? Let us know in the comment section. EDIT: Updated with a closer look. Pin ...read more
With so much new music dropping now’adays it gets hard to keep up sometimes, so to make it easier for you guys I provided you a list of dope tracks you might of missed out on this week. This week featured new releases from Mac Miller, Wiz Khalifa, Curren$y, French Montana, and a lot more. ...read more
With so much new music dropping now’adays it gets hard to keep up sometimes, so to make it easier for you guys I provided you a list of dope tracks you might of missed out on this week. I only provided a top five list for up & coming artists, the more well known artists ...read more
As promised, Chance The Rapper delivers his highly anticipated “Acid Rap” mixtape. The mixtape includes features from Action Bronson, Childish Gambino, Ab-Soul, Twista, and more. Tracklist, stream, and download link available below. 01. Good Ass Intro (prod. Peter Cottontale, Cam for J.U.S.T.I.C.E League & Stefan Ponce) 02. Pusha Man (prod. Ceej for Two9) 03. Cocoa ...read more
While preparing for the release for his upcoming “Chipper Jones vol. 2″ mixtape, up & coming Cali spitter Joey Fatts lets loose the visuals to his Cardo produced joint “Picture Me Rollin’”. Look out for “Chipper Jones vol. 2″ dropping next Tuesday (May 28th). Check out the video above.
Although Travi$ Scott was originally planning to drop his highly anticipated Owl Pharoah mixtape at 12pm, well today the wait is finally over as he still comes through with it as promised. The 14 track project includes features from A$AP Ferg, Meek Mill, T.I., James Fauntleroy, Wale, Toro Y Moi, and more. Tracklist and download link available below.
DJ Scream gets Juicy J, Project Pat, and Migos together on a classical Three 6 Mafia sounding instrumental, which was made by Juicy J and Crazy Mike. The track is called “Come Up Off That” and will appear on DJ Scream’s The Ratchet Superior EP which is scheduled to drop May 31st. Listen to it below.
Fresh off getting arrested last night in Atlanta, Chief Keef lets loose a new visual for “Macaroni Time”, which will appear on his upcoming Bang Pt. 2 mixtape. This seems like it should of been more of a throw away track than actually appearing on his mixtape, regardless check out the video above.
For the official soundtrack to Despicable Me 2, Pharrell links up with composer Heitor Pereira to provide a smooth up-lifting track called “Happy”. The film arrives in theatres July 3. Listen to “Happy” below.
On Reserve Channel’s latest “Artist Talk” feature, Pharrell Williams meets Usher Raymond. Usher and Pharrell Williams sit down to talk about everything from the beginnings of his career to what makes him a amazing performer and now his continuing roll as mentor to Justin Bieber. Then Pharrell introduces his protégée, Leah LaBelle, and they discuss the intuition that artists and producers must have to make great music. Dope watch. Check it out above.
Juicy J’s “Stay Trippy” tour is the most turnt up tour out now. Here’s some footage from last month’s stop at Houston so you can see what to expect. Check out the latest footage featuring A$AP Ferg and Juicy J above.
With The-Dream making his album available for free streaming on youtube, here’s one of the standout tracks from the 14 track album, which features Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Fabolous, 2 Chainz, Fabolous, Big Sean, Pusha T, and more. The track is called “P*ssy” featuring Big Sean & Pusha T. Listen to it below.
Well damn, this should come as a surprise for most. Lil Durk is officially a member of the Coke Boyz family. A week after fellow GBE member Chief Keef joined up with Gucci Mane, Lil Durk decides to take the same route of teaming up with a more established act. I can see some dope music coming from this. Also, look out for French Montana’s “Excuse My French” album hitting stores today.
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