Asher Roth (@asherroth) gets lost in the music for the visual aid to “Parties At The Disco” taken from his new album Retro Hash. Asher describes the Kenny Koller directed video treatment as “the start of a journey. A nostalgic dreamscape that creates a wistful web strung from emptiness and desire.” Watch below.
Jeezy (@YoungJeezy) pulls the curtain back and unveils the official cover art for his fifth studio album Seen It All: The Autobiography. Right now it’s scheduled for a September 2nd release date and another single called “No Tears” featuring Future on the way.
PARTYNEXTDOOR (@PartyOMO) highly anticipated follow up to his debut PARTYNEXTDOOR TWO is due out on July 29th. For this joint “Thirsty” there’s some elements from Missy Elliott’s “Ching-A-Ling” which collides with PND’s signature street crooning. You can pre-order on iTunes and listen below in the mean time.
Punch (@IamstillPunch @JayRock @BJTheChicagoKid) and his TDE brethren Jay Rock kick some street knowledge on “A Project Mind”.Assisted by BJ The Chicago Kid on the hook, this makes for the second new song release from the Top Dawg President and we’re not mad at it. Listen below.
Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) sat down for an interview with Vlad TV. For those that might’ve missed it, Young Thug released a project “1017 Thug 2” which cover art was a photoshop of his head on Wiz Khalifa’s body. Here’s what the Taylor Gang rapper had to say about the hilarious mixtape art.
T-Rex and Cortez faced off at SMACK/URL’s special event NOME 4. Watch below.
Jessie Ware (@jessieware) continues to sprinkle droplets of what’s to come from her new album Tough Love. This tune in particular called “Share It All” had some help being penned by The xx’s Romy Madley-Croft. Listen below.
LL Cool J (@llcoolj @mavado_gully @princewonda) comes out the wood works with a new single “The Hustler”, assisted by the Gully gawd Mavado and production by Jerry Wonda. Todd also revealed this is the first of what’s to come from his next album “The G.O.A.T. 2”. Listen below.
Raekwon (@Raekwon) drops off another joint for Throwback Thursdays called “Give Me Your Love”. This time The Chef draws inspiration from Sylvia Striplin’s classic tune “Give Me Your Love”. Listen below as we await F.I.L.A.
G-Eazy (@g_eazy) makes his victory lap with the release of his debut album “These Things Happen” by performing on the late night circuit for the first time on Seth Meyers. G-Eazy performed live renditions of “I Mean It” and “Far Alone” with some help of fellow Bay Area rapper Jay Ant. Watch below.