It’s that time of the week again where OVOSound Radio takes over the airwaves. People may have been disappointed that there was no new PND last time but today everyone’s prayers have been answered as Oliver drops off a new PND & Travi$ Scott collabo. Check it below. Advertisements
MGK (@MachineGunKelly) joins the trend and drops off a surprise project suitably titled “Fuck It”. The 10 track project sees him link with Bun B, Trae Tha Truth, Dub-O, Tezo and more. Stream below.
James Fauntleroy (@fauntleroy) takes to Twitter to share something he describes as a track for “when you’re not high yet but your friends are high and you’re like…just gimmie a sec lol *rolls up*“. Take a listen below.
DeJ Loaf (@DeJLoaf @1Future) and Future are without a doubt two of the hottest out at the moment and today sees the two combine for a new track taken from DeJ’s EP #AndSeeThatsTheThing which drops tomorrow. Listen below.
DJ Mustard (@djmustard) follows up his 10 Summers album with the first of a new mixtape series of the same. For the first volume, Mustard collaborates with The Game, Ty Dolla $ign, Skeme and many more. Check it out below.
J. Cole (@JColeNC) joins Janet Jackson for the official remix to her “No Sleeep” single which is set to appear on her upcoming album Conversations In a Cafe.
Drake (@Drake @Quentin__Miller) has been in hot water since last night over the use of ghostwriters in his music, most notably Atlanta’s Quentin Miller, half of the duo WDNG CRSHRS. Now, more concrete evidence of Drizzy’s behind-the-scenes collaborating is available, in the form of a reference track for his If You’re Reading This, It’s Too…
Vic Mensa(@VicMensa) debuted his remix to Future’s “Codeine Crazy” at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago this past weekend and today comes through with the CDQ of the track. Listen below.
Philthy Rich (@philthyrichfod @RickyRozay) calls upon Rick Ross and Yowda for the official remix to his “Wing Stop” track. Keep an ear out for Rozay’s verse in which he has a pop at 50 and his current financial situation.
Jay Electronica (@JayElectronica) doesn’t look like he’s ever going to drop Act II, but today we get a glimmer of hope as something unreleased hits the net. Take a listen to “Man Up” below.