Fresh off the release of “Coming Home”, T-Pain (@TPain) tackles Ne-Yo and Juicy J’s “She Knows”. Advertisements
Brandon Thomas (@damnbrandont), producer of OG Maco’s “U Guessed It”, surprises us with a new EP, “Good Things Take Time Vol. 1”. The 5-track project is produced solely by BT (with a co-prod credit to Dexter on one track), featuring verses from OG Maco, Key!, ManManSavage, Tezo, Pyramid Quince, and more. Be on the lookout…
Jagged Edge (@ghostfacekillah @official_JE) call upon an ever so active Ghostface Killah to add a verse to the official remix of their single “Getting Over You”. So-So Def’s R&B group released “J.E. Heartbreak 2” recently and Ghostface will be dropping “36 Seasons” on December 9th. Listen below. via RTNY
Rich Kidz (@RichKidz4L @LondonOnDaTrack) prep for their RapN & SangN tape with the new single “Bobby N Whitney”. Atlanta’s rising producer London On Da Track, who originally got his start with Rich Kidz before getting placements with Rich Gang, Travis Porter and others, produced the record. Listen below:
James Blake (@JamesBlake) has been lurking and sharing tidbits of new music here there this year but hasn’t given an exact time frame of when his next album will be released. However, once again the British crooner and producer shares a new joint called “200 Press”, which earns it’s name because it will be a…
Wu-Tang Clan share the title track for their long awaited album of the same name “A Better Tomorrow”. Shaolin’s finest will be delivering the project on December 2nd. Listen below.
Raekwon (@Raekwon @DejLoaf) tips his hat to Dej Loaf by dropping a few Shaolin style bars of his own over “Try Me”. Look for Wu-Tang’s “A Better Tomorrow” in stores on Tuesday. In the mean time listen below.
JMSN (@IAmJMSN @FreddieGibbs) ropes in Freddie Gibbs for the official remix to his single “Streetsweeper”. Listen below.
ASAP Ferg (@ASAPFerg @ClammyClams) switches up his approach to this calm and soothing Clams Casino produced cut “Talk It”. ASAP Ferg will be delivering “Ferg Forever” mixtape hosted by DJ Drama on Black Friday. Listen below.
Tink (@Official_Tink @Timbaland) drops off a new song “Tell The Children” produced by Timbaland, which couldn’t have come at a more perfect time in the wake of a Grand Jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson for killing Mike Brown. Tink gives heartfelt bars and melodies over Timbo’s drum riddled sound bed. Listen below.…