The Bawse (@RickyRozay) connects with K. Michelle and Timbaland for the latest offering from his upcoming album Hood Billionaire.
Ludacris (@Ludacris) returns with another freestyle, this time taking on Jigga’s “Tom Ford”.
IAMSU (@IAMSU) doubles back with another new offering “All On The Line”. This one is assisted by fellow HBK Gang member Skipper. Listen below.
Smoke DZA (@SmokeDZA @asvpxrocky @mr_camron) unites Harlem World by recruiting ASAP Rocky and Cam’ron to the remix of his joint “Err Thing Valid”. This will be apart of R.F.C’s forthcoming album The Outsiders. Listen below.
Future (@1Future) holds true to his words and delivers “Monster”, a mixtape catering directly to the streets. Future only enlisted Lil Wayne as a featured guest on this project. Listen and download below.
Jay Rock (@JayRock @KendrickLamar) blesses us with a new track, let alone a verse from King Kendrick Lamar. “Pay For It” also features crooner Chantal. Perhaps Jay Rock’s album is finally going to see the light of day? Any who, listen to the new single below:
Weezy (@LilTunechi @real_lox) reveals the new release date (and format) for C5. The album will drop December 9th, with a catch: It’s only Part 1 of what will be considered Tha Carter V, on some Harry Potter/Hunger Games/Twilight steez. Part 2 is not yet spoken for, but in the mean time, Wayne reveals a new…
Mike Will (@MikeWillMadeIt @YoungThug @PeeWeeLongway) enlists Young Thug and PeeWee Longway to spit hot fire all over his latest single “I Got”. The track was originally featured on the Rich Gang tape, but with Birdman’s “RICH GANG!!!…RICH girl….” tags all over it, and without Mike Will’s own rap verse at the end. Listen below:
Big K.R.I.T. (@BigKRIT @RaphaelSaadiq) shares another new offering “Soul Food”, from his highly anticipated sophomore album “Cadillactica”. Krizzle gets assistance in the crooning department from none other than Raphael Saadiq. Listen below.
Skooly (@SB_Skooly @RichKidz4L), one half of the duo Rich Kidz, dropped a new solo single under 2 Chainz T.R.U. imprint. “Lighter” has Skooly trying to “get lit”, but he needs someone to pass him a lighter first. The big production comes courtesy of Dun Deal. Listen below: