M.I.A. (@MIAUniverse) shares a tidbit of this new tune called Y.A.L.A. which is a spin on the YOLO acronym that stands for “You Always Live Again”. This just a quick teaser before the full song drops on October 22nd and the long awaited Matangi album will be in stores on November 5th. Listen below.
Bizzy Crook (@BizzyCrook) drops a new track entitled “No Reason” which was produced by Panic Beats. This will be apearing on Crooks’ upcoming “’84” mixtape that drops on October 21st. Check out the track below. https://soundcloud.com/bizzy-crook/no-reason-prod-by-panic-beats @panzarleonardDetails
OG Sad Boy Yung Lean (@yungleann) lures out Kreayshawn from maternity leave for this new track called “Marble Phones”. Listen below.
Kendrick Lamar and Black Hippy are going to be gracing the October/November cover of XXL magazine. King Kendrick, Ab-Soul, ScHoolboy Q and Jay Rock all are interviewed, with the photography done by Jonathan Mannion. Look for the issue to hit newsstands on October 29. Check out the cover above. @panzarleonardDetails
Emilio Rojas (@emiliorojas) releases his new video for “Low” which was directed by James Domroe. The track, which was produced by the Renegades, is off of Rojas’ “No Shame No Regrets” mixtape that’s out now. Check out the video below. @panzarleonardDetails
2 Chainz (@2chainz) takes some time to answer questions from YouTube trollers that range from video models to being the swag chief in the industry. Check the hilarious footage out below. @panzarleonardDetails
Young Chris (@YoungChris) hit up DJ Cosmic Kev’s The Come Up Show to spit some bars over a couple of the hottest beats out now. Check the footage out below. @panzarleonardDetails
Webbie (@officialwebbie) links with singer Lloyd on “The Realest, which was produced by . The single is off of Webbies’ upcoming “Savage Life 4” which drops on November 19th. Check out the track below. Savage Life 4 in stores November 19, 2013 — Webbie (@OfficialWebbie) October 1, 2013Details
Rihanna (@rihanna) has released the artwork for her next single “What Now”. The cut is off of RiRi’s 2012 “Unapologetic” album. The track will be available on iTunes very shortly and she has already shot a video for it decked out in “ghetto goth” as she calls it. Check the cover out above. @panzarleonardDetails