At last. Earl Sweatshirt returns with a new leak from his upcoming album, which has still yet to be revealed. We haven’t really heard from the rapper formerly known as Sly Tendencies aside from a few verses here and there. However judging by this I can’t wait to hear more. He also lets Complex know…
@Copywrite and MHZ team up with @HerFavColor on this Surock produced cut from the MHz Legacy album. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/MHz_Legacy-Yellow_Blue_Ft_Blu.mp3]
@E40 @TooShort grab @realWizKhalifa for another bay area banger from their History: Function Music album which is in stores November 6th. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/E-40-Too-Short-feat.-Wiz-Khalifa-Say-I.mp3]
@MickBoogie rounded up some of Brooklyn’s Finest, old school like MC Lyte, Talib Kweli and newcomers such as Troy Ave, Nitty Scott MC and more. via Slam.
@BigBoi unveils the cover art for his next album, Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors. The new release date is now set for December 11th. via Pitchfork
Flame on. @JonConnormusic gives us a new video for a song from one of my favorite projects that came out this year, While You Were Sleeping. Take a look below.
@JoellOrtiz might 99 problems but this beat ain’t one. Listen to Mr. Yaowa go completely the fuck off over A$AP Rocky’s newest single. Too many quotables. via Flex. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/joell-ortiz-problems-freestyle.mp3]
My favorite rap signer Future brought Drake into the studio in Atlanta following their appearance together in the DMV for Howard Homecoming. It appears they cooked up a record or two for Super Future/Fire Marshall. At the 4:10 mark Drizzy appears on screen and reveals he and the Freebandz capo laid a track to a…
Marsha Ambrosius had the nerve to do an interview with this nigga Sermon. She spoke about her time in London working with Yeezy and G.O.O.D Music on Cruel Summer, the process of making “The One” and even doing some additional background vocals to ‘Clique’. Marsha also talks about the direction she’s going in for her…
Talk about art imitating life. Meek Mill ot cuffed in New York after appearing on 106th & Park to usher in the release of his debut album, Dreams and Nightmares. It’s unclear what exactly he was detained for but apparently he was released without being charged. UPDATE: turns out this happened in Philadelphia.