As Rich Homie Quan (@RichHomieQuan) prepares to go on the road for the Under The Influence tour, the Atlanta artist releases the first single from his upcoming mixtape We Been Had Hitz with DJ Fresh. Titled “Ain’t Worried,” take a listen to the by Trauma Tone produced record below.Details
Jeremih (@Jeremih @ChiHoover40kBeam) drops in just 1 week removed from releasing his collaborative EP with West Coast producer/DJ Shlohmo, is back with a new track. Along with fellow Chicago native, Chi Hoover, Jeremih links up with Kevin & Antoinne of ElevatorMag and put together a dope simple visual for the fans. This video perfectly portrays a regular day in the life of Jeremih.Details
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.
T.R.U.’s Cap 1 (@RichieCap1 @2Chainz @SB_Skooly) drops off the first leak from his new Caviar Dreams II mixtape, Get Out Here & Werk, featuring 2 Chainz and Skooly (of Rich Kidz). Metro Boomin & DJ Spinz laced up the beat. Take a listen and download below:
J. Cole closed out his Dollar And A Dream Tour in Los Angeles at The Belasco. Not only did J. Cole shut down the venue, there was an encore performance which brought out special guest Kendrick Lamar. However, prior to that Drake took stage as a surprise to the Dreamvillains in attendance. After performing “Worst…Details
Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) offers up a truncated visual aid for the track “I Am Very Very Lonely” which came out in April to commemorate the release of Acid Rap. Austin Vesely captures the silhouettes of Chancellor and a couple in heat. Watch below.
The popular literary work is now being adapted into a film which is set to hit theater on Valentine’s Day (February 14th 2015). The background music is scored by none other than BOOTS, the semi mysterious producer/singer-songwriter that shaped 85% of Beyonce’s “BEYONCE” album. Take a look below.