Jeremih (@Jeremih @JColeNC) has been teasing fans with this collaboration “Planes” assisted by none other than J. Cole. Word is that Chance The Rapper was originally locked in as the featured guest by swapped out for Jermaine. Listen below.
The goon formerly known as Gunplay (@GunplayMMG) delivers a new freestyle over this vintage Beanie Sigel joint “Feel It In The Air” as we await Don Logan’s debut album “Livin Legend”. Listen below.
Frank Ocean has been quiet as of late, but today he takes to his Tumblr to release a truly brilliant cover of Aaliyah’s (or The Isley Brothers if you’d rather) 1994 classic “At Your Best”. Take a listen to the track below.
#Dipset2015 campaign is in full effect and it continues by Cam’ron and Jim Jones spitting bars over the classic “Victory” instrumental. Killa Cam sends shots in the direction of Jay Z, following the rant from Funk Flex who raised issue of Diplomats songs being banned from 40/40 Club. Listen below.
Stalley (@stalley @caseyveggies @kurupt_gotti) connects with West Coast spitters Casey Veggies and Kurupt for this LA Leakers remix of “Always Into Something”. This joint taken from Stalley’s “OHIO” album will be on their 2015 Draft Picks mixtape. Listen below.
Mavado (@mavado_gully @1future @Acehood) calls upon Future and Ace Hood for what could be seen as his comeback single. Take a listen below.
B.o.B (@BoBATL) adds a couple of verses to Nick Jonas’ “Jealous”. If you haven’t already, check out Bobby Ray and his clique’s No Genre: The Label mixtape here.
Jalen Santoy (@jvlensvntoy) connects with Rapper Big Pooh (@RapperBigPooh) for the remix of the Gliss (@highonaweekday) assisted single God; produced by The Nukez. Check out the remix below.
Young Thug (@youngthug @IAmDunDeal) follows his Rich Homie-assisted cut “In This Game” with another single featuring production by “Stoner” producer Dun Deal. Stream Thugger’s “Friend Of Scotty” record below.
Your Old Droog (@yourolddroog) shares a new joint over the Beastie Boy’s classic “Pass The Mic”. Coney Island’s very own uses a newspaper of his sold out show at Webster Hall as artwork to emphasize the break out year he had in 2014. Listen below.