Beef aside, Lil Wayne (@LilTunechi @1future @SpinzHoodrich @sizzle808MAFIA) gets back to he music adding a few bars to Future’s hood banger “Fuck Up Some Commas.” Stream the quick offering below from Weezy.
BJ The Chicago Kid’s (@BJTHECHICAGOKID @kendricklamar @ScHoolBoyQ @iamstillpunch) ScHoolboy Q -assisted ‘The M.A.F.E. Project’ track, “It’s True,” gets a nice facelift from Kendrick Lamar and Punch. Steam the Mike&Keys-produced record below.
Curren$y (@CurrenSy_Spitta @FreddieGibbs) and Freddie Gibbs collide on “Fetti” a smooth cut from The Alchemist and Oh No’s Grand Theft Auto V-inspired album Welcome To Los Santos. Stream the track below.
Off an MTV VMA performance comes Tinashe (@Tinashe) with a previously unreleased record titled “Mine.” The lo-fi quality could indicate that the track is a reference joint or demo. Either way the young singer sounds good on the cut. Take a listen for yourself below.
Yelawolf’s (@Yelawolf @Eminem) and Eminem link up for what is probably the most anticipated song from Yelawolf’s upcoming Love Story album which drops next week.
Tyler, The Creator (@fucktyler @kanyewest @liltunechi) joins forces with two of his peers he’s looked up to forever, commissioning Kanye West and Lil Wayne for “Smuckers”. A jousting of bars take place on the Tyler produced cut from his new album Cherry Bomb, which you can order here. Listen below.
Before dropping Blue 89 tomorrow, AD (@iitsAD @skeme @DAVE_EAST) drops off one last track from the project which sees him link with Skeme & Dave East.
Curren$y (@currensy_spitta) shares another set of visuals from his recently released Pilot Talk III. Watch below.
Kendrick Lamar (@kendricklamar) is riding the wave of success from his sophomore release To Pimp A Butterfly but also has another feather in his black pendleton ball cap. A reference/demo verse for Kanye West “All Day” single has surfaced after a few snippets were circulating around the internet. It appears as if K. Dot mustered…
Fabolous (@myfabolouslife) continues his weekly freestyles with another offering, this time going in over Mobb Deep’s “Quiet Storm”.