Nas (@Nas) unleashes his new song “The Season” which takes over J. Dilla’s classic “Gobstopper” instrumental from the album Donuts. Nasty Nas previewed this the other night at Run The Jewels Q&A session in Brooklyn and decides to officially release the track that even references OG Maco’s “Bitch U Guessed It”. Listen below. Advertisements
Matt Martians (@TheSuper3) decides to share a new ensemble that plays quite the theme for Halloween, if you’re high as fuck. “Skunk Monk” is equally creepy as it is trippy and almost sounds like something Aaliyah would’ve sang on in 1998. Listen below. https://soundcloud.com/mattmartians/skunk-monk via Klutz
Here’s a bullet Suge Knight can’t dodge. The former Deathrow CEO was arrested in Las Vegas for an alleged theft of a paparazzo’s camera outside of an Beverly Hills studio back in September. As if that’s not bad enough, comedian Katt Williams was pointed out as his accomplice in this situation and both are being…
Lil Boosie (@BoosieOfficial) or Boosie Badazz, whichever he’s going by these days has set forth his new mixtape “Life After Deathrow”. Listen and download below.
Blended Babies (@asherroth @superduperbuddy) summon Asher Roth and Buddy to kick some laid back flows over “Sayin Whatever”. Listen below. via FSD
Lyquin (@Lyquin) channels Tupac for this street anthem “Ambitions” and brings along Black Cobain to ride shotgun in the visual aid for the song. Directed by Marlow. Watch below.
Raekwon (@RAEKWON) comes through with yet another Throwback Thursday installment. This time The Chef flips Big Bub’s “Zoom” and Deniece Williams “Free” for a new offering. Listen below.
Bridge (@xxBridge @ScHoolBoyQ) links with ScHoolBoy Q for this relaxed smokers anthem that caters to the ladies. Bridge is an L.A. based singer/songwriter who croons “Roll My Weed” as he praises a female lover for twisting up his buds as they share the vapors. Watch below.
Kendrick Lamar has the masses ears perked up as he delivers new “statements” leading up to his next album. With the first statement “i” being picked up by the NBA as a theme song and the table has been set for K Dot’s impending feast. However, according to Scott Vener, HBO’s Music Supervisor, we have…
Kendrick Lamar’s motivational anthem “i” was handpicked by the NBA as a theme song for NBA nights on TNT. Take a look at the clip below.