Smoke DZA (@SmokeDZA @trvisxx) isn’t letting up today as he unleashes another new joint. This time The Kushed God adds a verse over Travis Scott’s “Backyard” from Days Before Rodeo. Listen below.
Yesi Ortiz (@yesiortiz @therealYungBerg @VerseSimmonds) introduces a new joint from fellow Love & Hip Hop Hollywood co-star Yung Berg called “Ain’t My Fault”. Verse Simmonds assists with some vocals as well over The Featherstones production. Listen below.
The rapper formerly known as Jin (@iammcjin) delivers his first body of work under his new moniker MC Jin. Take a listen to “XIV:LIX” in it’s entirety below and order from iTunes as well.
Mac Miller (@macmiller) spikes the football and does an end zone dance over this SAP produced banger to celebrate his new deal with Warner. Listen to “Just Some Raps, Nothing To See Here, Move Along” below.
Smoke DZA (@SmokeDZA @AlDoeBBM) and Al-Doe set things off with the first offering from R.F.C’s forthcoming album “The Outsiders”. Relly Rell flips “I Shot Ya” and slaps it together with a vocal sample from “Get Money” for a menacing sound bed which The Kushed God and Al-Doe attack with hard body verses. Listen below and…
Earlier today we got a first look at the tracklist for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Pt. 1 which featured the likes of Kanye, Lorde, Tinashe and more. One of the tracks featured on the album sees Miguel team up with The Chemical Brothers on “This Is Not A Game”. Check it out below and get…
With “Try Me” still receiving new remixes everyday, Dej Loaf (@DejLoaf) drops off her Sell Sole mixtape in which she links up with Birdman, Remy Ma, Ty Dolla $ign and more. Stream below.
RDGLDGRN (@RDGLDGRN) share the title track to their forthcoming “Elevators” EP. Listen below. via H/T
CHVRCHES (@CHVRCHES) may not be ready to give us their sophomore album or a single from it yet but we get this new tune in the form of “Get Away”. CHVRCHES contributed this to the soundtrack for “Drive” which will be premiered on BBC airwaves on October 30th. Listen below.
Taylor Swift attempts to upstage Jay Z and Alicia Keys with this ode to the Empire State. Prepare for an insufferable overload of this song being force fed as Taylor Swift prepares to release her new album 1989. Listen below.