A new posthumous Doe B (@cbmdoeb @djfrankwhite @g_eazy @mainohustlehard) track has surfaced. “I Ain’t Missin” is a braggadocios street banger with cross-country features from NY’s Maino and The Bay’s G-Eazy. Doe B continues to live on through his music. Check out the track below:
Yelawolf (@Yelawolf) continues his onslaught of new material by reworking Pink Floyd’s classic “Money” single from their 1973 album “Dark Side Of The Moon”. Listen below.
Flying Lotus (@flyinglotus @kendricklamar) highly anticipated collision “Never Catch Me” with Kendrick Lamar finally surfaces. This clash between Fly Lo and K. Dot is said to be one of many as a lot of beats were given to the TDE rapper while on the Yeezus tour last year. This one in particular will appear on…
Joell Ortiz (@joellortiz @royceda59) makes it a family affair on this new offering “Brothers Keeper” from his new solo album “House Slippers”. Available for purchase on September 16th. Pre-order here and listen below.
BJ The Chicago Kid (@BJTheChicagoKid) is back with a new song entitled “Go Girl.” Produced by Mike&Keys and Dammo the blazing track features fellow singer-songwriter Kobe. Take a listen below.
HS97’s Audio Push (@AudioPush @rockiefresh) collabs with MMG’ Rockie Fresh following their release of “Mary Jane” last week. The new track is titled “No Secret” and is the second in a weekly series the west coast duo having going. Listen below.
Jhene Aiko (@JheneAiko) will released her ‘Souled Out’ album September 9th in stores and on iTunes. The project features guest appearances from Cocaine 80s, Miyagi, Namiko and Common. Production is handled by Dot Da Genius, No I.D., Fisticuffs and more. Giving fans an advanced listen, Jhene links up with iTunes First Play to stream the LP in its entirety. Check it out after the break.
K. Camp (@kcamp427) takes PARTYNEXTDOORS’s “Recognize” single which features Drake, and adds his own spin to it. Take a listen to King Slum’s latest makeover below.
British band The 1975 (@the1975 @trvisxx @fauntleroy) tweaks and tinkers with Travis Scott and James Fauntleroy’s “Drive”, from Travis’s first project Owl Pharoah, creating a completely new beast with a fun, rhythmic remix. Scott and The 1975 also collaborated on “Don’t Play“, from the recently released Days Before Rodeo. Check the remix below: