Glasses Malone (@gmalone @KendrickLamar) and Kendrick Lamar get their thug on in the first offering from Glasshouse 2. Listen below.
Tech N9ne (@techn9ne @Eminem @krizzkaliko) announced earlier in the year that he had grabbed Eminem for the second instalment of “Worldwide Choppers” and today we finally get to hear what they cooked up. Can’t say I’m feeling this at all.
For his latest freestyle, Lloyd Banks (@LloydBanks) takes on Snoop’s Doggystyle track “Serial Killa”. Check it out below.
Bryson Tiller (@brysontiller) has been bubbling on the scene for the last few months with his influx of music. The Louisville rap singer adds to his catalog with two new releases with “Been That Way” and the Syk Synse produced cut “Ease”. Listen below.
Dej Loaf (@dejloaf @liltunechi) revamps the sensual track “Me, U & Hennessy” that originally appeared on her “Sell Sole” mixtape with a new verse from Lil Wayne. Listen below.
Fabolous (@myfabolouslife) keeps up the momentum and puts his own spin yet another classic from the 90’s. This time Loso tackles Puffy and Mase’s “Been Around The World” chock full of recent references like Aaron Hernandez, “If You’re Reading This It’s Already Too Late” and more. Listen below.
Run The Jewels have been shutting it down at Coachella but take the time to celebrate Record Store Day by releasing a vinyl pack that includes previously songs. However, one bonus stand out comes in the form of “Bust No Moves”, assisted by newcomer SL Jones. Listen below.
Chris Brown and Rihanna are long over as a couple but the LA Leakers have managed to get their hands on an unreleased joint called “Put It Up”. The song intertwines the former lovers teasing each other with sexual references and obviously sounds dated. Listen below.
OVO’s Mike Zombie (@mikezombie) steps behind the mic for his latest release which sees him going in over some Beasley Bangorz. Take a listen below.
Currensy (@CurrenSy_Spitta) will be releasing the latest installment in his Saturday Night Car Tunes series on 4/20. Today, Spitta lets loose the first preview off the aptly titled tape, ‘Even More Saturday Night Car Tunes,’ dropping “Rhymes Like Weight.” Produced by Cool & Dre, take a listen to the track below.