Freddie Gibbs (@FreddieGibbs) connects with Mike Dean for this joint “Sellin Dope” which is apart of Grand Theft Auto: V Soundtrack. Listen below.
Wu-Tang Clan (@raekwon @ghostfacekillah @RZA) are approaching the release of “A Better Tomorrow” on December 2nd. Here’s a new offering from Shaolin’s Finest “Necklace”. Listen below.
Kirko Bangz (@kirkobangz @MIGOSATL) capitalizes on the momentum of his “Rich” single assisted by August Alsina. Check out this catchy joint “Got It On Me” below.
Beyoncé (@Beyonce) is less than a week away from dropping of the Platinum Edition of her BEYONCÉ album and today we get to hear the full version of the Detail & Bobby Johnson produced cut “7/11”. Check it below.
Tink (Official_Tink @rickyrozay) keeps up the momentum of her “Round The Clock” release by sharing the original version of Rick Ross’s single “Movin Bass”. The Jay Z assisted song originally belonged to Tink and changed hands to Rozay without her but it’s clear which version is better as Timbaland’s protege upstages both veterans. Listen below.
Tink (@Official_Tink @CThaGod) has been drumming up interest since being introduced as Timbaland’s new protege and hailed as the best thing he’s worked on since “One In A Million”. Listen to this spit fire offering “Round The Clock” which features Diddy-like trash talking from The Breakfast Clubs very own Charlamagne Tha God.
A couple days back, Eminem (@Eminem) spoke on the original recording session for “Lose Yourself” in which he teased some of the demo version of the track. Today, four days away from the upcoming Shady XV release, we get the full audio. Thank God Em went back in and recorded it.
Fellow Scotsman Hudson Mohawke (@hudmo) gathers Future, Pusha T, French Montana & Travis Scott for the remix to “Chimes” taken from the EP of the same name. Listen to it below.
Jay Sean (@jaysean) returns with the second instalment of his The Mistress mixtape series. This one features 10 new tracks and not a single guest. Take a listen below.
Tyler, The Creator (@fucktyler) is still riding the high of his 3rd Annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival and covering The FADER’s latest issue. T capitalizes on the momentum by releasing a new song “Diaper”, which kind of brings back vintage Neptune funk clustered into rambunctious sound. Listen below.