Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper @jeremih) embraces his fellow Chicagoan Jeremih by unleashing a remix to “Planes”, a single the singer released with J. Cole a few months ago. Chance has been previewing this at some concerts and now finally sets forth Planes with a spin on it provided by SOX members Lido, Peter Cottontale and…
Yelawolf (@Yelawolf @Eminem) linked up with his Shady Records boss Eminem for what in my eyes was actually one of the more disappointing tracks on Love Story. Today sees the official release of the video for the track which can be viewed below.
For this weeks offering, Fabolous (@MyFabolousLife) goes in over the Swizz Beatz produced “All For The Love”. Listen below.
Lloyd Banks (@LloydBanks) has been dropping nothing but flames over these past few weeks and today is no different as he goes in over another classic. Listen to “Passing Me By” below.
Casey Veggies (@caseyveggies) recruits Wiz Khalifa and ASAP Ferg to add on new verses to break out radio single “Backflip”. This will be apart of his major label debut “Live & Grow” coming this summer. Listen below.
Audio Push (@AudioPush @BowPrice @BowOktane) deliver their latest body of work “The Good Vibe Tribe”. Inland Empire’s very own connect with the likes of Casey Veggies, G-Eazy, Vince Staples, Isaiah Rashad and other special guests through out the duration of the mixtape. Listen below.
Wiz Khalifa (@WizKhalifa @currensy_spitta @sayitainttone) and Curren$y connect with SayItAintTone for the latest offering from their upcoming collabo 2009. Listen to the ID Labs and Frank Dukes produced cut below.
It wouldn’t have been 4/20 if Juicy J (@TheRealJuicyJ) didn’t come through with a freestyle and he didn’t disappoint as he goes in over Drake’s “Energy” for the appropriately titled “The 420 Freestyle”.
A day after 4/20, Rihanna (@Rihanna) declares her love of weed on this latest release which will serve as an interlude on her upcoming album. Listen to the short track below.
The Conglomerate’s O.T. Genasis (@otgenasis) is feeling like Ricky in the follow up single to “CoCo”. Has this got the potential to be what “CoCo” was? Listen below and judge for yourself.