King Krule hasn’t done much since the release of his acclaimed full length body of work “6 Feet Beneath The Moon” but now we get a new version of “Neptune Estate”. For some reason someone though it might be a GOOD idea to add Travis Scott to the equation. The math seems a little off…
Killa Kyleon (@killakyleon) channels his energy in honor of Black History Month with this new offering produced by Trill Gates. Listen below.
Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) and @princesspiamia collide on this new offering “Fight For You” which is attached to the original soundtrack for DIVERGENT. In theaters on March 11th. Listen below.
Joyner Lucas (@realjoynerlucas) has been on point since dropping “Eyes On The Ceiling” and since then released two new joints “Jurisdiction” and “That’s Okay” which aren’t as dark and captures Joyner’s ability to turn up and still hold down his wizardry of words. Listen below.
The Tanning Of America: One Nation Under Hip Hop Pt. 3. Here’s part 3 of Steve Stoute’s The Tanning Of America: One Nation Under Hip-Hop special which aired on VH1. This is a spin off based on Stoute’s book (which you should purchase when you get a chance) that analyzes the influence of black culture…
Lupe Fiasco (@lupefiasco) circles back and delivers another new tune “Snitches Pt. 2” to kick up the promo for his forthcoming album TETSUO & YOUTH. Listen to part one here and check out the second installment below. https://soundcloud.com/lupesoundcloud/drogas-30s-nitches-2
Keeping Up With The Kardashians Season 9 Episode 6. Full Episode. Watch below. REWIND: Keeping Up With The Kardashians Season 9 Episode 5
Meek Mill (@meekmill) has been cooking up new material for his sophomore album. We’ve heard a few joints that Philly’s MMG rap star has shared over the past couple months and now it seems as if DJ Mustard and Ty Dolla Sign have been added to the equation. Check out this potential anthem Meek captured…
Vic Mensa (@vicmensa) drops off a new offering “Feel That”. Produced by Smoko Ono. Listen below. https://soundcloud.com/fuck-vic-mensa/feel-that-official
ScHoolBoy Q (@ScHoolBoyQ) puts the exclamation mark on his apparent #1 album campaign with Oxymoron on pace to sell 150,000 units by performing on The Arsenio Hall Show. SBQ chose “Man Of The Year” as the selection for a live rendition. Watch below.