@TreySongz, Tunechi and Atlantic’s new VP of A&R frolic with some females on the set of the upcoming visual for this single. Chapter V in stores August 21st.
The Head Whitey In Charge took stage after Slaughterhouse for his own solo set pulling out some oldies but goodies and some newer joints from the extensive catalog. Shout out to illHype for the footage.
One of the more introspective joints from the Slaughterhouse was played over the Shade 45 airwaves and DHH recorded a radio rip of it. welcome to: Our House in stores on August 28th. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Slaughterhouse-Goodbye-Radio-Rip.mp3]
@DJKHALED was holed up in the studio with @JUSTICELeague, Nasir, Face and Premo to create the collaborative track featured on Kiss The Ring. In stores August 21st.
@TraeABN rallies up the 3rdcoast for this posse cut, produced by 1500 Or Nothin’. Look out for the upcoming project, Black Print…dropping August 30th. Source: YHTN
The wheels of controversy continue to spin on @Drake’s involvement with a posthumous album for the late great Aaliyah. Drizzy spoke with Rap City host T-REXXX while at OVO Fest, about the extent of his and trusty producer Noah 40 Shebib contributions to the project.
Here’s the tracklist for @BusaBusss upcoming free album – Year Of The Dragon, set to be released on August 21st. Features from Rick Ross, Trey Songz, Robin Thicke, Lil Wayne & more. Check out the tracklisting below. Via RapRadar
@BusaBusss announces that the Year Of The Dragon free album will be released on August 21st through Google Play exclusives. We’ll have a download link for the album when it drops, so remember to check back with us on the 21st. Album is really good. Definitely will not disappoint.
Dr. Dre’s son, @MrCurtisYoung is ready to keep the legacy alive with his upcoming EP “Doctor’s Note”. Here’s a little preview to this EP produced by Curtis Young himself & Nat Powers.. Check it below!!
@BoBATL puts together the official visual treatment to his collab with Andre Benjamin, which appeared on Bobby Ray’s sophomore album, Strange Clouds. No appearances from 3 Stacks. SURPRISE.